Category: Cooling Solutions

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Review – Raijintek Orcus 240 Liquid CPU Cooler

Despite being a fairly new brand in the AIO liquid cooler market, Raijintek quickly become one of the strong contender its Triton liquid cooler. The Triton 240 and Triton 280 which we’ve previously reviewed, is able to perform just as good as a number of well-known brand i.e Corsair, Cooler Master, Deepcool, etc.

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Noctua NF-A20

Noctua NF-A20 PWM & NF-A20 FLX Review

Some enthusiasts will say some things in common – larger fans means that they could spin at lower RPM and is near-silent while moving the same volume of air. I’ve personally been a big fan (pun intended) of big fans since I first encountered them back when I got the Cooler Master HAF 932. Fans larger than 140mm never really caught on the mainstream market, but that doesn’t stop Noctua from releasing the NF-A20 fans.

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Unboxing & Review: XSPC RayStorm Pro Ion AX240 Liquid Cooling Kit

Custom water cooling setup is the next level of cooling solution for PC enthusiasts who wants more performance from their overclocked system, where the amount of heat started to become something that even the best air cooling solution couldn’t handle. There are pros and cons diving into the world of custom water cooling setup which involves a lot of money and also the risk of damaging your system due to leakage, but it’s all worth the trouble when performance matters the most.

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Bykski Water Cooling Kit Review

Bykski, a brand that we’ve recently come across that offers a surprisingly good price for its water cooling kit at RM249 for its 120mm radiator kit and RM299 for its 240mm radiator kit. While these kits may be cheaper than most AIO liquid coolers out there, we’re eager to find out how will the kit perform – Special thanks to Emarque for sponsoring the Bykski water cooling kit with 240mm radiator  for today’s review!

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Unboxing & Review: be quiet! Shadow Rock LP

Gigantic high-performance CPU coolers such as the Noctua NH-D15 is undoubtedly one of the best around but big isn’t necessarily a good thing, especially when you’re building a small form factor or a slim type build. Most the small form factor and slim type builds are not meant to accommodate these titans but people still tend to go for a 3rd party CPU cooler as they find the Intel stock cooler insufficient.

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