Whilst reknowned for their prowess in the PC cooling world, Scythe now takes a shot at cases with its first model, the FenrisWolf.
A new revision of the Accelero from Arctic Cooling is about to hit the shelves. Come and take a look at what they are offering this time.
Reminiscent of another popular chassis on the market, AzzA brings us a chassis that is everything the original wasn't.
We are graced with another of Lian Li's latest and greatest chassis' to hit the labs, the PC-X1000. Expectations are high; let's see if it delivers.
An upstart manufacturer makes its debut at TweakTown with the MA-280 m-ITX chassis. Let's see what the MA-280 has to offer nettop users.
Noctua scales things up and offers extremists and ordinary users alike both silence and performance. Let's see how it holds up to our T.E.C.C. today.
What happens to a typical tower cooler after hundreds of computer air flow simulation testing? Have a look at GELID's result, the Tranquillo.
Titan made a little brother to the Fenrir CPU cooler. Come inside and have a look at the Skalli.
XClio aren't one of the dominating mobs around when it comes to PC chassis' but have proven that they know how to offer great bang for your buck.
Chad's back with another VGA cooler for the test bench. Time to wind it up and see how the dual-fan Bifrost goes under a good amount of pressure.
We've looked at the original. Now let's delve into the Mini Skeleton-90 from Antec and see if there has been any improvements made along the way.
Xigmatek rethinks the S1283 coolers and offers us an enhanced version. Let's see if they made the right adjustments.
NZXT bring an elegant touchscreen fan and temperature monitor that won't hog space.
ZEROtherm intros a new, stylish and sexy GPU cooling solution to the market. Let's see what this "stealthy" design offers in aftermarket VGA cooling.
Arctic Cooling brings us MX-3 thermal goop and a low wattage budget CPU cooler, the Alpine 11 Pro.
While ZEROtherm is better known for the "butterfly" cooler, they bring a different attitude to the table with the latest series of CPU coolers.
There is a new addition to the Dragon Lord series. LanCool sends us a chassis with budget builders in mind and delivers the PC-K62 mid tower chassis.
Looking for a new HTPC chassis? Luxa2 enters the market with a few nice looking tricks up their sleeves.
Cooler Master makes a revision on an already good cooler and introduces the Hyper 212 Plus CPU cooler.
Kingwin delivers the XT-1264 Heat-Pipe Touch Chip cooler, designed for extreme cooling needs with support for Core i7.
Corsair unleashes the Obsidian 800D onto the scene. Break out the ceremonial champagne and let's see if their maiden voyage is a success.
If it's small form factor you want along with a sleek well thought out design inside and out, SilverStone's Sugo SG04 certainly aims to deliver.
Does size matter? Find out if IN WIN put's the old adage to rest with the X-Fighter mid-tower chassis.
The hype has preceded this sample's arrival. Today we get our hands on the Megahalems from Prolimatech to see how it stands up to our T.E.C.C.
GELID Solutions enters another member to the thermal compound market. This time we look at their GC-Extreme cutting edge thermal compound.
Rosewill brings a new 120mm CPU cooler to the masses with the FORT 120. Let's see if it can stand out from the crowd in any way.
Looking for silence? Cooler Master has a solution with the Sileo 500 mid tower chassis that is sure to please.
GELID's new GC-2 thermal compound enters our labs for testing. It's time to pit it with various other compounds to see how well the new GC-2 performs.
Big things can come in small packages, as we show you how to make a gaming rig that won't clutter the desktop.
Silence is a must for some desktop users. Lian Li offers the PC-B70 which intends to aid in this endeavour.
GELID show us the meaning of limbo by offering up a super low profile CPU cooler.
Zalman has released a new tower designed performance cooler they deem to be Extreme. Let's see if it can deliver.
Kingston moves into the memory cooling segment with their own creation, the KHX-FAN.
CyberPower's sister company, XtremeGear offers us the Xtreme Cooler HP-1216 to test in our lab.
NZXT brings us the Beta, a $50 budget builder's mid tower chassis with big potential.
Ikonik eliminates all the hassles of water cooling, straps it in an all-aluminium chassis and gives you the Ra X10 Liquid full tower case.
Today we look at the open air concept of a tech bench with the Antec Skeleton. Let's see if they've gone about it the right way.
We check out one of the more recent Thermaltake cases, the Element S and see what elements make it stand out.
Cooler Master is stepping up to the plate and offers one of the first Core i5 coolers to hit the market.
For those who think the HAF 933 is just too bulky, CoolerMaster shrinks it down with a few changes and offers you the HAF 922.
All aluminium welded contruction,300 CFM of airflow and a sleek compact design all add up to Chad's newest sample, the NZXT Panzerbox ATX chassis.
Moving his attention to another bold Core i7 compatible CPU cooler from Evercool, Chad sees how well it fairs under the T.E.C.C. today.
While Antec's Nine Hundred holds strong presence in the mid tower market, there's a new 900 on the block from a mob called AZZA with big potential.
Evercool sends Chad their latest and greatest CPU cooler to date, the Transformer 4 with some added bling to please the show ponies.
Looking for a low profile low cooler for your 45nm LGA775 powered HTPC? Silverstone believe they have the answer with the Nitrogon NT07-775.
Scythe's mighty Mugen 2 makes its way into our lab and Chad fires up the T.E.C.C. once again to see how it compares.
FSP Group are a proven quality maker of PSUs with a long healthy history. David checks out their POWER_MOD series 700W sem-modular offering today.
Easily distracted by whirring fans and general PC noise? - Thermaltake's new ISGC-300 helps combat this while staying a strong performer.
A powerful system with smooth HD playback capabilities and not a single moving component! - We show you how it's done.
While memory cooling is nothing new to the overclocking community, Xigmatek has thrown its hat into the ring with the Cuirassier-N002 memory coolers.
Thinking outside the box while designing the inside of one leads to a new "twist" in case design with SilverStone's stealth inspired RAVEN chassis.
Good things come in small packages and today IN WIN proves it with their stylish BM650 ITX case.
Today we get up close and personal with the Zero 2, the latest release from NZXT's Crafted Series of gaming chassis'.
Noctua knew they were onto a good thing with the standard NH-U12P and now we get a look at the Special Edition Core i7 specific model with extras.
A+ have sent us a mini-ITX case solution, the Cupid 3, with a 200W power supply included. Could this be the HTPC enclosure for you?
Titan has seen the light and submits to TweakTown the Fenrir 120mm tower cooler for some rigerous testing.
Evolution of the breed. BFG seeks to distinguish itself with a unique power supply design. But, is different a good thing in this case?
We fire up the T.E.C.C. and examine the theory of "bigger is better" with Thermaltake's BigTyp 14 Pro.
Today we fire up the T.E.C.C. on the ThermoLab BARAM and see what this universal AMD and LGA775 cooler is all about.
Today we throw rocks at an 800 pound gorilla. Specifically, a Tagan 880W SuperRock. Is it super enough to survive the ensuing punishment?
The last of the trio gets tested from Xigmatek. This time we are testing the Achilles S1284C with optional i7 mounting hardware.
We subject the new Topower Powerbird 1100 Watt Special Edition with our new testing regimen. Is that ozone I smell?
Today we mount a sample from Noctua to our T.E.C.C. test system and see what the NH-U9B can do against the rest.
Xigmatek has sent another cooler to the labs. This time Chad looks at the Dark Knight S1283 with H.D.T. technology.
From CES preview to full review, Xigmatek has shipped the Thor's Hammer to our lab for testing. Let's see how well this i7 compatible cooler performs.
Putting our new power supply testing methods into action, David takes a look at his first exhibit today, a 650W SLI-ready offering from Rosewill.
With our new dedicated power supply reviewer David about to go into full swing, we first run over our PSU testing methods we plan to use hereon.
This time Chad is testing a VGA cooler with the optional fan kit from SilenX. He strips a 9800GTX naked to see what mounting this cooler has to offer.
Thermaltake offers a unique CPU cooling solution with the SpinQ. Let's put it through its paces and see how this classic style cylinder cooler goes.
Chad Fires up the T.E.C.C. for the debut of Cooler Master's latest, i7 compatible, hybrid T.E.C. air cooler known as the V10.
GELID asked that we retest their fan; they felt our numbers of the Silent Spirit were incorrect. I am happy to oblige and take a second look.
Spire has sent over one of their coolers with H.D.T. and we keep the TEC fires burning to see how well the TherMax Pro handles the business at hand.
Xigmatek drops Thor's Hammer and brings the pain.
500 made in total, only 50 in the USA and Chris has one of them to show us today!
Cooler Master has the hottest (or is that, coolest?) new CPU cooler around and we have it in the lab for an early peek!
Chad fires up the T.E.C.C. once again and tests one of Nexus' new Core i7 compatible offerings which uses their SkiveTek technology.
Vigor Gaming is most known for its gaming systems, but the company also designs CPU coolers and we see if they have the knack for it today.