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Danamics LMX - Second Generation Liquid Metal Cooler

Cooling

Written by Andreas Galistel

120x90It has been a long wait. A year has passed since the first liquid metal cooler from Danamics, the first from any company really. LM-10 was a breakthrough in many ways, but foremost it was the first commercially available cooler using liquid metal. There have been several attempts in the past, but none actually reached the market. It's been used out in the industry for many years, but the cost and size of the equipment have limited retail options

   

CoolIt Domino A.L.C.

Cooling

Written by Stan Miranda

CoolIt earlier announced the Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling, which is basically an all-in-one cooler harvesting the power of liquid cooling without the complications it usually brings. At an interesting price it looks like a real killer.
   

Danamics LM10 - Liquid metal put to the test

Cooling

Written by Andreas Galistel

lm10_120Today we bring you the world exclusive review of the liquid metal cooler LM10 from Danish cooling company Danamics ApS. Danamics was founded in 2005 with the goal of using liquid metal for cooling. Since then Danamics has been researching and developing new technologies that would enable them to do just that. Amongst others, they had to find a suitable metal, but most of all come up with a whole new electromagnetic pump.

   

CoolIT Freezone Elite

Cooling

Written by Jake Mete,  Stan Miranda

CoolIT Freezone Elite is not just any CPU cooler. It's the successor to the CoolIT Freezone and just like the predecessor it's a all-in-one water cooling kit with a touch of TEC. The Elite has a lot to live up to and today we will test it.
   

Zalman VF900-CU

Cooling

Written by Gustav Gager

We've taken a closer look at Zalman's latest graphics card cooler which promises both better cooling and less noise. We take a look at Zalman's latest graphics card cooler in our latest review.
   

Asetek Vapochill XE II

Cooling

Written by Peter Blom

Do you think your processor is running a little too hot? Have you tried water cooling but think it's a little too weak? Do you want to push the limits and squeeze the last megahertzes out of your system? Then this could be a product for you.
   

Asetek WaterChill CPU Power Kit (KT03A-L3)

Cooling

Written by Robert Kihlberg

As one of the leading manufacturers of cooling systems for computers, Asetek has an entire range of products to rectify this increasing problem. Today we will look at a complete water cooling package from Asetek with the designation CPU Power Kit KT03A-L30. What differentiates this from earlier packages is that Asetek has introduced a new and bigger radiator in their range. We'll see what conceals itself behind this somewhat cryptical model designation.
   

Zalman Reserator 1

Cooling

Written by Martin Nordén

Today we are going to put a highly interesting product in focus: the fanless water cooling from Zalman. Zalman is a brand well known for their silent products, and they have even introduced CNPS (Computer Noise Prevention System), which contain a whole series of products. Earlier we had a preview of their passive case, and now it is time for the next item; the fanless water cooling. Some label this as passive, however it is not as there is an active pump that circulates the water in the system.
   

Koolance Exos-al

Cooling

Written by Martin Nordén

It has been a while since we had a glimpse at cooling, with the latest being a roundup of a number of waterblocks. Today, we shall continue in the spirit of water cooling and we are now looking at a complete system from Koolance - it's external aluminum solution aptly named Exos-Al. Is is a completely external box with a radiator, pumps and a reservoir which you put on top of the PC. The tubes are connected to a waterblock in the computer. It won't get much easier than this. The radiator is in aluminum, but the waterblock is made of gold-plated copper.
   

Waterblock Roundup

Cooling

Written by Martin Nordén

A long time has passed since we last had a look at watercooling here at NordicHardware, but this ends today as we'll have a closer look at some true heavy-weighters. We have the DangerDen Maze 1, 2 and 3, Swiftech MCW5000-A and two blocks from Aqua-Computer. Six blocks built after three very different main designs. The fact that there are so many designs is very interesting, since every single one of them has its own pros and cons. DangerDen and Swiftech are since a long time well-established in the watercooling market, whilst Aqua-Computer is pretty unknown to most of us. It will be terribly interesting to see how well it performs against the giants.
   

Zalman ZM80C-HP

Cooling

Written by Martin Nordén

We shall today take a close look at a new revision of an earlier popular cooler from the famous company Zalman. It is their latest graphics card cooler, ZM80C-HP. The earlier version is named ZM80A-HP, and you can read a review of it here. The difference from the earlier cooler is among other things that you can mount a fan on it and make this cooler active, what you benefit from this is to be found out during this review.
   

Arctic Cooling VGA Silencer

Cooling

Written by tokig

Today, it's time for Arctic Cooling to make a display with its VGA Silencer. Admittedly, I had fairly high expectations of this product. Partly because I've used Arctic Cooling's CPU cooler before and been tremendously happy with these (great performance and almost solely quiet), but not the least because those that already have examined this cooler have been very positive.
   

Speeze Pantherstream

Cooling

Written by Christopher Zell

Speeze is for many a rather unknown Chinese manufacturer of cooling and modding products. The product line consists mainly of CPU coolers designed with the classic Fan+Heatsink design, but there is also a lot of space for new ideas which we saw at this year's CeBIT. There Speeze showed a cooler equipped with a peltier for cooling today's very hot processors. Many manufacturers have tried this, and most of them have been more or less unsuccessful, you need a powerful fan to move the warm air a peltier causes.
   

Asetek WaterChill

Cooling

Written by Oscar Zanton,  Johan Karlsson

Asetek, which are well known for their famous phasechange-based cooling Vapochill, have now entered the watercooling area with their Waterchill. And one of the goals with Waterchill is a cooling system for those who have a tight budget, and don't want to pay for the Vapochill system, yet want a cooling system with better performance and which is quieter than the conventional air cooling. Another goal with Waterchill is that it is supposed to be easy with watercooling in your computer, i.e. it should be easy to assemble and to maintain, the price should also be competetive since the overclocker is already working with a limited budget.
   

Introduction to water cooling

Cooling

Written by Martin Nordén

Among today's computer users an increasing number takes interest in water cooling. There are more and more complete kits requiring no experience from the user, which allows water cooling to spread to larger and larger groups of people. As part two in the "article series" concerning different solutions of computer coolance we will present water-cooling and explain it's theory...
   

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