Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P

When we asked "which CPU cooler are you using?" it was no surprise to find that a few folk were rocking a Cooler Master 212. The original may be getting old, but newer variants are readily available and at under £30 the 212 remains a viable option for many users. But what if you need something a little more extreme? That's where the Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P comes in. Described by the manufacturer as "an engineering masterpiece," the MA620P is said to adapt the favoured 212 heatsink design into a dual-tower form factor better suited to enthusiasts.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:44:25 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan


Deepcool Gamer Storm Castle 240RGB

Love it or loathe it, RGB lighting has spiced up all manner of PC components. Traditionally mundane memory kits now sparkle, the latest motherboards have taken on a whole new ambience, and even CPU coolers have evolved from monotonous to mesmerising. And why not? Plenty of big-spending enthusiasts pay attention to the appearance of their rig, and if you're wanting to make a statement, take a closer look at Deepcool's latest all-in-one CPU cooler, dubbed Gamer Storm Castle. Available in both 240mm and 280mm flavours, the Gamer Storm Castle is designed to appeal to RGB aficionados and pricing is competitive at £96 and £120, respectively. We have the smaller of the two offerings in for review today, and while a lot of the Castle 240RGB feels familiar - it's that same ol' formula of radiator, pump and fans in a single closed loop - the eye-catching pump design is worth talking about.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 12:19:58 UTC in Deepcool by Wesslan


Cooler Master ML240R RGB Liquid Cooler Review

It has been a fair while since we last reviewed a CPU cooler from Cooler Master. Well, that changes today as we are looking at the ML240R RGB liquid cooler, with addressable RGB lighting on both the pump and the fans. Priced at just under £110, can this strike a balance between good looks and impressive performance? Let’s find out. As the name suggests, the ML240R is a 240mm liquid cooler from Cooler Master. The ‘ML’ stands for ‘Master Liquid’ and is nothing to do with magnetic levitation fans, while the ‘R’ stands for ‘regular’ as Cooler Master products are now split into three tiers – lite, regular and pro.  "

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Posted on Monday, July 16, 2018 @ 13:39:29 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan


Corsair H115i PRO review

We review the new Corsair Hydro Series H115i PRO - the dual-fan 280mm model of the AIO Liquid cooler series that Corsair releases. With a tiny bit of RGB, bling Corsair promises to deliver ultra-silent performance with more than adequate cooling capacity. The H115i PRO LCS cooler has a 280mm radiator with corresponding dual 140mm fans. The 'I' in the naming refers towards LINK software. This allows you to program, customize and monitor this all-in-one liquid cooling solution for your processor. Armed with two ML (Magnetic Levitation) PWM based fans and that radiator the cooling capacity should be good. The Corsair's LINK applications will also allow you to customize LED lighting directly from the software.  "

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Posted on Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 20:02:54 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan


Corsair H150i PRO review

We review the new Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO - an AIO Liquid cooler series that Corsair injects into the channel. With a tiny bit of RGB, bling Corsair promises to deliver ultra-silent performance with more than adequate cooling capacity. The H150i PRO is the big dawg in the new line-up, this cooler has a 360mm radiator with corresponding three 120mm fans. The 'I' in the naming refers towards LINK software. This allows you to program, customize and monitor this all-in-one liquid cooling solution for your processor. Armed with two ML (Magnetic Levitation) PWM based fans and that radiator the cooling capacity should be good. The Corsair's LINK applications will also allow you to customize LED lighting directly from the software.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 08:51:09 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan


Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The new MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler from Cooler Master does impress with the good quality of materials, durability of both pump, fans but also features impressive cooling capabilities when talking about an octal-core overclocked platform. Given we do have at our disposal the stock AM4 backplate, the installation for the Ryzen platform is pretty straight forward thanks to the Upgrade Kit and the supplied MasterFan Pro 140mm do offer an extra level of customization, by offering an integrated fan controller, with three different profiles.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 15:15:44 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan


Deepcool Captain 240 EX RGB Liquid Cooler Review

The Captain 240 EX RGB Liquid Cooler is built on the base of the already successful iteration and now brings RGB LED lighting for everyone to enjoy. Deepcool has prepared the product with extra accessories, so even older systems with motherboards that do not feature RGB headers can benefit from the RGB light show: to be more exact, we are discussing about an in-line remote with three buttons that gets power from a spare SATA PSU port.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:57:25 UTC in Deepcool by Wesslan


EKWB Fluid Gaming 240G Kit

EKWB has three kits under their new Fluid Gaming line - the A120, A240 and A240G - with the differences being the size of the radiator (single 120 mm or dual 120, aka 240 mm) and whether a GPU waterblock is included. Today, we take a look at the Fluid Gaming A240G kit, which comes with all you need to cool a CPU and an Nvidia 10-series GPU (GTX 1070, GTX 1080, GTX 1080 Ti, Titan X Pascal, or Titan Xp). Given the nature of this kit, there will be a lot of things to cover, and I encourage you to read through the whole article if you have the time.  "

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Posted on Friday, June 09, 2017 @ 15:30:19 UTC in EK Water Blocks by Wesslan


Scythe Mugen 5 CPU Air Cooler Review

Scythe has been making the Mugen cooler for more years than I can remember. We reviewed the Mugen 4, way back in 2013 and at the time found it to be a very capable cooler. "The best," in fact, at the time it was tested. The CPU cooling landscape has changed quite a bit in the last four years. For starters, we’re seeing more and more AIOs than we did four years ago. Of course, this doesn’t change Scythe’s perspective. They are no stranger to competition and their Mugen coolers have always impressed us. There are lots of users who prefer the maintenance-free approach to cooling their CPU and Scythe is more than happy to oblige. The Mugen 5 checks off a lot of important points when it comes to choosing a competent cooler and we’ll go through them shortly but suffice it to say if you’ve never used a Scythe cooler, you’re in for a treat.  "

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Posted on Sunday, June 04, 2017 @ 10:23:53 UTC in Scythe by Wesslan


Cooling: EVGA CLC 280

EVGA CLC 280

It is easy to see why so many manufacturers want a slice of the liquid-cooling pie. Producing all-in-one products shouldn't be difficult - simply choose an OEM and add a few customisations to apply your own stamp - and hey presto, you've a premium product with plenty of enthusiast appeal. But not all liquid coolers are alike, as the manufacturer-specific tweaks range from RGB lighting, additional software and tailor-made fans. EVGA has all this and more in its latest offering, the CLC 280.  "

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Posted on Monday, May 22, 2017 @ 10:37:57 UTC in EVGA by Wesslan


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