PC Cases, Cooling & Power
Corsair Carbide 200R review
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 00:03

From Bit-tech.net:

The Carbide series of cases from Corsair has been fairly well received here at bit-tech. The 500R is a large, feature rich case geared towards water-coolers and picked itself up an Approved award too. We also looked at the 400R last year, which despite not picking up an award, still put in a good showing, especially for its relatively low price. With us today is the newest member of the family, the 200R, the cheapest and most basic case of the range with a price tag of just £50. Can it continue the success of the Carbide series?

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120mm Fan Roundup: 1350 RPM or Lower Rotation Speed
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 09 November 2012 15:37

From X-bit:

Following our recent tests of 135 and 150mm fans, we want to present to you fifteen 120mm fans from nine brands. The fans differ in specs, design as well as pricing. Except for the models from GlacialTech, GlacialStars and Enermax, we've got at least two samples of each product. The noise level was measured for each sample of the pair and the air flow, for only one of them. We used the same testing methodology as described in our previous roundup of 120 mm fans. The only difference was that this time we let the fan's bearing warm up and stabilize for 5-7 minutes rather than just 2 minutes.

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Cooler Master HAF XM review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 24 September 2012 19:15

From Bit-tech.net:

Cooler Master’s HAF series of cases have always prioritised one thing – excellent air cooling. They are some of the best air cooled cases we’ve ever tested, topping our benchmark results with impressive results, even if their looks are likely to divide opinions. The most popular HAF model was the X, a full tower chassis with more than enough room for a quad SLI system – it was such as hit with customers that Cooler Master have done the logical thing and tried to create the magic in a smaller form factor.

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Antec High Current Pro 750 W Power Supply Review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 17 September 2012 14:31

From Hardware Secrets:

Antec offers four power supply models within their High Current Pro (HCP) series: 750 W, 850 W, 1,000 W, and 1,200 W. The 1,000 W model has the 80 Plus Platinum certification, while the other models carry the 80 Plus Gold certification. Today we are going to take a look at the 750 W version, which features four +12 V rails. Let’s see if it is a good buy.

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Phanteks PH-TC14PE review
Written by Danrok   
Sunday, 02 September 2012 16:51

From Bit-tech.net:

With custom water-cooling still out of reach for many in terms of cold hard cash - after all it's usually more about bling these days than super-cooling - you only have two options if you're an overclocking enthusiast looking to beat the heat in a modern high-end system. All-in-one liquid coolers, such as the Corsair H80 and Antec Kühler, have proven themselves to be as good, if not better, than the very best that air cooling has to offer. They are our first choice when it comes to dealing with toasty CPUs for the simple reason they're incredibly easy to install (so long as you have a 120mm fan slot near your CPU socket), are usually very quiet, and require little if any maintenance.

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