Cases/Cooling/PSUs

Cooler Master this week introduced its new closed-loop liquid cooling solution featuring customizable RGB LED lighting and a 360-mm radiator. The MasterLiquid ML360R RGB is the company’s first cooler with such a large radiator and is therefore among the most capable liquid cooling systems (LCS) that Cooler Master has released to date. Following the latest trends, the new cooling system has 36 independently controlled RGB LEDs: 12 in the pump and eight in every fan. The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB resembles the company’s MasterLiquid ML240R RGB (240 mm) and ML120R RGB (120 mm) LCS units introduced earlier this year. The key component of all MasterLiquid coolers launched in 2018 is the company's latest cylinder-shaped CPU block/pump that is made of PPS (Polyphenylene Sulfide) as...

ASUS ROG Strix Gaming Chassis: Branding Beyond Components

To cap the range of ASUS ROG announcements today, rather than offer pre-built systems with the ROG design, users will be able to buy an ROG branded chassis and...

0 by Ian Cutress on 6/4/2018

ASUS ROG Coolers: Ryujin and Ryuo Liquid Coolers Announced

Coming out of ASUS’ press event are a pair of new ASUS liquid coolers, falling under the ROG peripherals range. The Ryujin will be the flagship model available in...

6 by Ian Cutress on 6/4/2018

FSP Readies Cheaper Hydro PTM+ Liquid-Cooled PSU: Up to 1000 W w/ RGB

Last year FSP introduced one of the world’s first commercial liquid-cooled PSUs for PCs, the Hydro PTM+ with the maximum output of 1400 W. Quite naturally, such a beast...

7 by Anton Shilov on 5/31/2018

Cooler Master Releases MasterCase H500M

Cooler Master has launched a new case in the MasterCase H500M. The latest addition sits on top of their H-series lineup and seemingly based off of the H500P with...

6 by Joe Shields on 5/31/2018

Be Quiet! Launches Inexpensive System Power U9 PSUs for System Builders

be quiet! is primarily known for its high-end silent power supplies, but in a bid to increase sales sometimes a company needs to address different market segments. This month...

3 by Anton Shilov on 5/30/2018

Arctic Unveils Alpine AM4 Passive CPU Cooler

Arctic this week added its first passive cooler that is compatible with AMD’s AM4 processors into its lineup of products. The Alpine AM4 was designed for APUs and CPUs...

25 by Anton Shilov on 5/25/2018

Streacom DA2: Small Form Factor, Big Possibilities

Streacom has announced a new Small Form Factor (SFF) PC chassis named the DA2. In their own words, the DA2 is a 'compact ITX case designed to strike a...

25 by Joe Shields on 5/25/2018

Cryorig Set to Reveal the Dual Heatpipe Frostbit M.2 SSD Cooler

With the ever-raging debate about the correlation of high thermals and the performance throttling of M.2 SSDs being a hot topic, Cryorig intends to unveil an interesting and aggressive...

15 by Gavin Bonshor on 5/24/2018

Cooler Master Announces TUF Gaming Alliance with ASUS

Cooler Master recently announced a partnership with ASUS to produce a new line of TUF Gaming-branded products in collaboration with ASUS’ TUF Gaming initiatives. TUF Gaming is a product...

6 by Joe Shields on 5/16/2018

When Size Matters: Corsair Launches Obsidian 1000D Super-Tower Case

A few days ago, Corsair announced the launch of its most ambitious and largest case yet with the new Obsidian 1000D Super-Tower PC Case. Just as its name implies...

16 by Joe Shields on 5/15/2018

EKWB Releases New Hard Tubing Series Watercooling Kits

EKWB has offered enthusiasts water cooling parts and complete kits for years now. The kits are intended to simplify custom water cooling in what can be a complicated matter...

12 by Joe Shields on 5/10/2018

Corsair Releases Value-Priced Carbide SPEC-05 Mid-Tower Case

Corsair announced the release of a new case in the Carbide series, which they've named the SPEC-05 Mid-Tower Gaming Case. The $50 chassis adds to Corsair's SPEC value segment...

10 by Joe Shields on 5/8/2018

The SilverStone Strider Platinum ST1000-PT & ST1200-PT PSU Review: Tenured

In today's review we are taking a look at the SilverStone Strider Platinum 1000W and 1200W PSUs. Clearly designed for top-tier gaming and workstation systems with more than two...

20 by E. Fylladitakis on 5/4/2018

Bykski Announces Real-Time Temperature Monitoring Fittings for Watercooling

Bykski has unveiled two new real-time temperature sensor monitors, both featuring LCD displays capable of displaying real-time temperature information on its screen to the users. The Bykski B-TME-SE-AL and...

16 by Joe Shields on 4/27/2018

EKWB Releases Its First X470 Series Monoblock for ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Gaming

With the release of the new X470 based chipset for the 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen CPUs, board partners have brought to market new motherboards designed to support AMD's new...

4 by Joe Shields on 4/25/2018

Cooler Master Announces ML120R/240R AIO Liquid Coolers: Addressable RGB

Cooler Master has unveiled new coolers in their MasterLiquid line of closed loop AIO cooling that was released in late 2017. The MasterLiquid ML240R RGB (240mm) and ML120R RGB...

9 by Joe Shields on 4/18/2018

The Emperor of Efficiency: Corsair's AX1600i PSU Rules Alone (Review)

In today's review we are taking a look at Corsairs AX1600i, the company's new flagship PSU. Although it is physically smaller than its predecessor, the AX1600i brings higher-than 80Plus...

39 by E. Fylladitakis on 4/18/2018

Glorious Glass: Lian Li Alpha Series Cases Now Available

Back in November 2017, Lian Li announced the new Alpha series of cases. The Alpha 330 and Alpha 550 cases were designed to bring users a steel internal frame...

15 by Joe Shields on 3/28/2018

More Glass: New FSP CMT330 and CMT520 Gaming PC Cases

FSP has announced two new mid-tower cases: the FSP CMT330 and the FSP CMT520. The two new cases feature FSP’s “halo cover” mirrored floor plate which sits on top...

6 by Joe Shields on 3/14/2018

Analyzing Threadripper Thermals: Big Base Cooling Wins

AMD's Threadripper processors step quite far outside typical CPU designs in several ways, one of which is their relatively massive physical size. The CPU’s surface area is much greater...

44 by E. Fylladitakis on 3/14/2018

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