Cooler Master has announced a brand new air cooler in the market – and that is the MasterAir MA610P. From the aesthetics, it looks very similar with the MasterAir Maker 8 that has already been in the market for quite some time. Of course, there are a few major differences. For those who like single tower air coolers with a built-in light show, then take a look at what the MasterAir MA610P has to offer.
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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.
If you are one of those who has been in the DIY scene for years, you might have come across the brand GELID solutions, it’s
Back in February 2015, we did a review of the Noctua NH-C14 that saw how an old classic keep up with the i7-4770K. Following the announcement of the new NH-C14s in May 2015, I knew that we would have to get our hands on it; thanks to the good folks at Noctua, we get to have all our paws all over this beauty 😉 At the time of writing, the NH-C14s is not available in the Malaysian market so local pricing is unknown. Now, lets unbox!!
CRYORIG made its debut as a new-comer in the high end CPU cooler market which first caught our attention back in 2014 with its unique name and design. The CRYORIG C1 low profile CPU cooler which we’ve reviewed before is a proof that CRYORIG is capable of making quality CPU coolers that is able to compete with other existing brands.
CRYORIG may be a new comer in the high end CPU cooler market, but the fact that they delivered surprisingly good high performance CPU coolers, it’s as if they’ve been on the market for years. It first caught our attention back in 2014 when the CRYORIG C1 is announced, mainly because of its unique name and design.
We’re seeing a lot of small chassis lately thanks to the boom in the interest of the Mini-ITX platform recently. One major drawback of having a smaller chassis is the issue with cooling that monster of a CPU that’s crammed in there. Closed loop watercooling solutions is an option but some may not be enthralled by the operating noise generated from the pump in addition to the fans needed on the radiator. Which is why products like the Noctua NH-C14 can shine.