Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 7, 2005 - 12:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
X-Bit Labs takes 4 coolers from Thermaltake,
the Big Typhoon, Silent Tower, PIPE101 Rev.2 and Sonic Tower, and sees which comes out on top as the best cooler from Thermaltake right now.
"Today we are going to witness a breath-taking race among four processor air coolers from Thermaltake Company.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 26, 2005 - 12:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
It's very bright, and with a 12v pump, very powerful, Hexus takes apart Asetek's WaterChill Xtreme 12V Pump & Reservoir.
"The design is revolutionary. I'm sure we'll see copycat designs surfacing to flatter the Asetek engineers. Performance is excellent, this pump should be able to handle the most taxing of watercooling circuits.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 24, 2005 - 11:59 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you can fit all 125mm (5 inches) in, the CNPS9500 LED will certainly satisfy you. X-Bit Labs has the numbers to show just how well this thing cools.
"We would like to introduce to you a real masterpiece of the air cooling art designed by Zalman. This new baby, which was first showcased at the Computex 2005 has now reached our lab and simply impressed us with its cooling potential.
The new VapoChill Micro Ultra Low Noise HSF uses vapor chamber technology instead of traditional heat pipes to cool the CPU and comes fitted with a low-speed, ultra low-noise fan.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 22, 2005 - 12:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
At 1000 Watts of power, the Enermax Galaxy is the Toolman's dream PSU.
Currently in final production at the time of writing, the two samples in the photos are engineering samples so we couldn't get out hands on one for testing, but having run the figures past Rys, they add up to just a little over 1000W output, drawing 1400W from the mainsâ€¦ so no need for a dimmer switch in the lounge anymore!
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 22, 2005 - 12:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Antec's P180 will give you a classy look in the BTX style, while still accepting the installation of ATX boards. Washable filtres and 4 120mm fans make it a top air cooler to start with, and the extra space inside could easily fit a pump and reservior, if you were so inclined. The full story is at Legit Reviews, go read it.
"In the end, the P180 is one of the finest cases I've ever seen.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 19, 2005 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Asetek has a WaterChill 3/8" ID Power Kit, which includes CPU, GPU and NB Waterblocks with a 120mm Radiator cooled by 3 fans. The CPU waterblock is designed for Intel's LGA 775 (Socket T), thought the GPU block should fit almost any card. Read the full review at PimpRig.
"My initial expectations of this kit is that in it's complete configuration it will provide very reasonable performance but that better performance could be achieved with a little "tw
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 17, 2005 - 11:59 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Weighing in at only 334 grams, and
around 7.5 - 8 cm a side, the Nexus AXP-3200 is tiny compared to most heatsinks available today. MODTHEBOX has a full review of this low noise CPU cooler, see how it performed in their tests.
"The AXP-3200 introduces Nexus's new SkiveTekÂ® technology which involves the process of shaping materials to produce high fin density thermal solutions. The AXP-3200 includes patented V-shaped fins which optimize the airflow and prevent air obstruction.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 15, 2005 - 12:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Thermalrock has released the Eclipse chassis, and Phoronix has a good look at it. Along with some interesting additions, this case has the tool-less assembly and 120mm fans that are almost standard in PC Cases this year.
"ThermalRock, a division of Thermaltake, has diverted away from the design of traditional ATX cases in favor of offering a new level of innovation with such things as CD storage on the front bezel.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 12, 2005 - 11:58 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SystemCooling has a Swiftech MCP655 12 VDC Pump to review, and it does exactly what Swiftech says; it improves on the MCP650. There is a pot on the pump, letting you run it at anywhere between 5 and 14 V, with a simple twist of the wrist.
"In their on going quest for the perfect PC water-cooling pump, Swiftech has recently released the MCP655 12 VDC Pump, which features several key improvements over the ori