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Scythe Ashura CPU Cooler Review

If you are the type of person that prefers to buy products from experienced companies then you won’t be hard-pressed by the manufacturer of the product in this review. Scythe has been around since 2002, that is thirteen years that sets them as one of the oldest and most experienced companies in the DIY PC market. This week, they have allowed Benchmark Reviews to take a look at some of their latest high performance coolers and today the spotlight falls on the Scythe Ashura, a compact 120 mm cooler which Scythe claims will pass our tests with flying colors.

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Cryorig R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review

It is always great to hear about small companies making the headlines in the computer market, but we have seemed to miss a note here. Although Benchmark Reviews has been around long enough to review cooling solutions from most manufacturers in the market, this is the first time we look at a product from Cryorig; a company that has gotten a lot of momentum since it’s first release back in 2013. Today, we take a look at the Cryorig R1 Ultimate, Cryorig’s first attempt of impressing us with a product they claim is an accumulation of years of design and research.

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces the official successor of Ninja 3 Rev. B CPU Cooler. Ninja 4 comes with some major technical innovations, including the increased performance and reduction of overall weight by 180 grams. Wide range compatibility to the common sockets from AMD™ and Intel™ is assured, which …

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be quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Review be quiet! looks to take over the entry level cooler market with their new Pure Rock heatsink. Offering the exceptional build quality you know and love and a top-notch silent fan, it has the specifications and features you’d expect. Its relatively tame price just improves its value for …

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Corsair H100i GTX CPU Cooler Review

Corsair H100i GTX CPU Cooler Review A few months ago Corsair began refreshing its liquid cooling product range and we have looked at two of the models so far. Each was impressive for its market segment and today we find out if Corsair can continue on this trend. Welcome to our Corsair H100i GTX Review… …

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Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review Noctua, like always, continues to make its products with considerable thought and care. The NH-D9L fills a even greater gap than the NH-U9S, while still covering the basics by focus on the low performance stock coolers from both Intel and AMD and provides something that can dissipate a large volume …

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CRYORIG H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler Released

CRYORIG H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler Released

CRYORIG H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler Released Based on the acclaimed H5 Universal, CRYORIG has extended the successful Hive Fin™ based H series line with the CRYORIG H5 Ultimate. The H5 Ultimate features the same award winning features as the original H5 Universal, but with a larger XF140 140 mm fan and new jet-black heatsink covers. …

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Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review Noctua has once again made a product with considerable thought and care. The NH-U9S fills that gab between the low performance stock coolers from both Intel and AMD, and provides something that can dissipate a large volume of heat within small confinement. I often run into this problem when reviewing …

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CRYORIG H5 Universal CPU Cooler Review

CRYORIG H5 Universal CPU Cooler Review CRYORIG’s H5 Universal is an interesting design as it offers 90% of the R1 Universal’s surface area with a single 140 mm x 13 mm fan. While it may seem a bit silly to pair such a slim fan with a large heatsink, the results don’t lie. The H5 …

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DEEPCOOL ASSASSIN II CPU Cooler Announced

DEEPCOOL ASSASSIN II CPU Cooler Announced

DEEPCOOL ASSASSIN II CPU Cooler Announced After long period’s modifying, DEEPCOOL ASSASSIN II is finally here, bringing amazing FREE upgrades, compared with the first generation. ASSASSIN II retains key features of the first generation: Nickel-plated heatsink, 8 high-performance heatpipes and mirror finished copper base. Also technological upgrades have been put on the newest CPU cooler, …

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Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review With the NH-D9L, Noctua offers us a cooler with many strengths on paper: efficient, compact Mini-ITX compatible. Basically a top-flow disadvantage without a top-flow, such as memory or potentially blocked the airflow down. And the recipe is simple, since it is a dual 92mm ride! … at CowcotLand Related Items: Noctua …

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Raijintek Triton CPU Cooler Review

Raijintek Triton CPU Cooler Review Raijintek might sound like a new player in the cooling game but from what they have shown so far, they are far from amateurs. With German design and Taiwanese production behind them, Raijintek offers a new balance of affordability and performance that rivals much larger and established companies. Seeing an …

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Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced

Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced

Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced With Socket AM1 Support Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces a new revision of its Kodati CPU Cooler. Scythe is one of the first manufacturers to announce a special solution to the market for the socket AM1 (FS1b). Users have finally the chance to exchange the stock AM1 CPU …

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Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review A little while ago I mentioned in my review of the Noctua NH-D9L low profile dual tower cooler (which I found to be a reasonable product for its target market) that the manufacuter had updated its popular NH-U9B SE2 tower cooler with two new models as of November 12th, 2014. …

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Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review Cooling capacity is dependent on air flow and the Ultimate has you covered. You have close to 300CFM of air at your command, so expect to notice the fans when you crank up the heat and with a cooler this size, a little fan noise just goes with …

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Thermalright Silver Arrow ITX CPU Cooler Review

Thermalright Silver Arrow ITX CPU Cooler Review Thermalright is shaking things up with the Silver Arrow ITX. It features a tweaked design that offers better compatibility with Mini-ITX motherboards, especially the ASUS ROG line. With solid performance, exceptional style, and near-silent operation, the Silver Arrow ITX manages to hold its own against the competition… at techPowerUp! …

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Phanteks PH-TC14S Dual-Tower CPU Cooler Review

Phanteks PH-TC14S Dual-Tower CPU Cooler Review CPU Coolers come in various shapes and sizes but these variants are not all done purely for performance reasons. For instance, since memory manufacturers continue to use unnecessarily tall heat spreaders on their modules, CPU cooler makers have begun designing heatsinks to maximize compatibility. Phanteks, specifically with their latest …

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be quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Review Performance was on par with similar size coolers. The Pure Rock is a nice jump beyond OEM cooling, but still a sizeable notch below the much larger (and signifcantly more expensive) dual tower coolers with 140mm fans. However, it did prove that it can stand up to a …

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ID-Cooling SE-204K CPU Cooler Review

ID-Cooling SE-204K CPU Cooler Review Performance was on par with similar sized (and price) coolers. The SE-204K is a nice jump beyond OEM cooling, but still a sizable notch below the larger dual tower coolers with 140mm fans, and that is no surprise. For daily use in a mild gaming rig, this cooler will be …

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LEPA LV12 CPU Cooler Review

LEPA LV12 CPU Cooler Review The LEPA LV12 Cooler arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review the new LV12 with one 120mm PWM-Fan and four 6mm Heatpipes compared with many other Cooler on a Intel Core i5 4670K CPU… at Technic3D Related Items: LEPA LV12 CPU Cooler Review Noctua NH-D15 Cooler Review Thermalright Macho 90 …

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Corsair Hydro H110i GT CPU Cooler Review

Corsair Hydro H110i GT CPU Cooler Review Corsair is one of the leading brands in the All In One liquid cooling solutions market. By teaming up with Asetek and Cool IT they are able to use the latest technology and add to these provided cooling solutions their own little trademarks. Lately the AIO market is …

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Phanteks PH-TC14S CPU Cooler Review

Phanteks PH-TC14S CPU Cooler Review Phanteks has been making a good name for themselves in the case market recently, but we have to remember they came into the industry making fans and CPU coolers. Today we will be taking a look at one of their latest CPU coolers, the PH-TC14S. This cooler incorporates the dual …

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Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 360 CPU Cooler Review

Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 360 CPU Cooler Review All-in-one liquid coolers are proving to be ever more popular. In response, Deepcool is setting themselves apart with their all new Gamer Storm Captain 360. Featuring a unique LED-illuminated, reactor-style pump with a visible coolant channel and a 360 mm radiator, it has some serious specifications, and …

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Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-D9L CPU Cooler Review Noctua’s NH-D14 and NH-D15 dual-tower coolers are excellent CPU coolers because of their size but many overlook the fact that part of their effectiveness also lies in their design. As a dual-tower solution, the NH-D14 and NH-D15 have the convenience of further spaced-apart heatpipes compared to a single tower heatsink …

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Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review Smaller form factor systems keep on becoming more popular. With more and more full-featured smaller motherboards coming out many people are ditching their larger towers for these smaller form factor systems. With a small form factor system you only have a certain amount of space though. This is where the …

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