Cases/Cooling/PSUs

Fractal Design has just launched two new cases under the banner of the new Focus G series. The Focus G is a standard ATX mid-tower, while the Focus G Mini features a more compact footprint and is intended for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX builds. While both models will be offered in black, the larger Focus G will also be offered in white and a brand new choice of Gunmetal Gray, Mystic Red, and Petrol Blue. This multiple color option is a first for Fractal Design. The Focus G series is manufactured using a combination of steel and plastic as you would expect from a cost-conscious case series. What you wouldn't necessarily expect in 2017 are the two external 5.25” drive bays. Size and color differences aside...

Socket-A & Socket-370 Cooler Roundup - November 2000

With the Athlon running hotter than ever one of the most common questions we're asked is "What is the best CPU cooler on the market?" Our resident cooling...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 11/21/2000

Socket-A / Socket-370 Cooler Roundup - July 2000

AnandTech takes a look at 9 of the best Socket-370 / Socket-A coolers on the market right now. Whether you're looking to overclock your CPU or just want...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 7/14/2000

AMK LAN-0334 ATX Mid Tower

AMK doesn't actually manufacture cases, but they do take other people's cases and modify them heavily. Modifications are primarily focused at massive cooling. The LAN-0334 is designed for being...

0 by Mike Andrawes on 4/10/2000

Fong Kai FK-320ATX Mid Tower ATX

Finding a good case is tough, so when we stumbled across the excellent FK-603, we decided to check out bigger and better things from Fong Kai. Enter the...

1 by Mike Andrawes on 4/5/2000

Senfu Watercooler Unit

As the clock speed of today's processors increases, so does the amount of heat that they dissipate. The quest for more efficient cooling techniques has lead companies to...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/22/2000

Athlon Cooler Roundup (March 2000)

Three new heatsinks have made it into our labs since last month's roundup. Looking to cool that Athlon of yours? Read on to find out if the...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/13/2000

Athlon Heatsink Roundup (February 2000)

A comparison of ten Athlon heatsinks available, with a special focus on high performance heatsinks suitable for overclocking

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 2/21/2000

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