Mistakes can happen! It is important that they are detected and fixed in time. Unfortunately, a certain batch of Liquid Freezer II water coolers from Arctic had faulty gaskets installed under the cold plates. Water leakage in the PC would of course be the last thing you want when running a water cooling system, as this may cause damage to the PC. Today we show on OCinside.de how to replace the gasket under the cold plate of the AIO water … Continue reading Arctic Liquid Freezer II Service Kit Installation Guide →
At the release of the first water cooler with RGB lighting, Arctic only offered models with 12cm fans. In the meantime, Arctic has expanded its range and offers the full spectrum of CPU water coolers with two or three 12 or 14cm, RGB or A-RGB illuminated fans. Arctic is now also including an LGA 1700 mounting kit for the latest 12th generation Intel Core CPUs with all Liquid Freezer II series coolers. Time for us to run the more powerful … Continue reading Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 A-RGB Review →
Today we are testing the first AIO water cooler with A-RGB lighting from Arctic! At the same time, the cooler specialists from Switzerland have also launched a variant with RGB, which is identical to the A-RGB version we tested except for the lighting. Both variants are available as 240mm version with two 120mm fans and as 360mm edition with three 120mm fans. Thus, they cover the most commonly installed sizes with both lighting options. There are also updates to the … Continue reading Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240 A-RGB Review →
Just in time for today’s launch of the new Arctic CPU water cooler, we took a close look at the 420mm AIO at OCinside.de! But not only the large radiator with three 140mm fans is new, also the mounting for AMD systems has been revised. What has been improved in detail on the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 420 Rev. 3 water cooler and of course a performance check including overclocking is presented in the following review.
We have received the updated version of the Liquid Freezer II CPU water cooler series from Arctic, which was introduced as first revision at the end of last year. This time we had the chance to test the powerful 360mm version with 3 fans extensively and took a close look at the differences between the revision 2 and the original Liquid Freezer II cooler. One thing in advance, fortunately there was no cost reduction at the expense of cooling performance! … Continue reading Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360 Rev. 2 Review →
For a while it was pretty quiet around the Arctic water coolers, but now the Swiss company is starting to conquer the PC cases of the water cooler fans again. Our detailed review on OCinside.de will show whether the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 AIO water cooler introduced today will be able to do this. This special AIO was not only developed for CPU cooling and so there were some surprises during the tests. Enjoy reading!
Flat 140mm fans from Arctic! After the slim 12cm fans, Arctic now releases the larger P14 Slim PWM PST fans. The new super-thin, pressure-optimized 14cm fans have a thickness of just 16mm, making them only 1mm thicker than the thin 12cm Arctic P12 Slim PWM PST fans. When space is ever limited in the SFF PC case, these fans can be the solution. Our following test reveals whether they are also good besides being thin.
Arctic is getting more colorful! We have already presented the new Arctic BioniX P120 A-RGB fan on our OCinside.de YouTube channel and today we show in a detailed review how the 120 fan with addressable RGB lighting performs in practice.
Flat problem solver! Today on OCinside.de we are testing the new, extra slim Arctic P12 Slim PWM PST fans. The Arctic fans are only 15mm thin and can therefore be real problem solvers. Because often it is very tight especially when installing a water cooling or AIO in the PC case near the motherboard, but also in ITX and server area flat fans can be very helpful. Among other things, we will test how the 15mm fans compare to the … Continue reading Arctic P12 Slim PWM PST Review →
There is an update for the Cooler Master MasterLiquid AIO L-Series with RGB illumination. Reason enough for us to check again if it’s worth buying. In the following review, after the previous Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L V2 RGB review we now look at the model with 240mm radiator. We also made a video of the great RGB light effects again, which can be found on our OCinside YouTube channel. And with a little luck you can win a Cooler Master … Continue reading Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L V2 RGB Review →
The MasterLiquid series from Cooler Master has already been established in the first generation. That didn’t make Cooler Master sit back and rest on their laurels. So today we are testing the revised second generation with the MasterLiquid ML120L V2 RGB, as always with new videos and a Cooler Master fan audio sample.
Great fan with addressable RGB lighting and plenty of accessories at a fair price from Thermaltake! We reveal everything you need to know about the new CT120 ARGB fan in the following review here on OCinside.de and of course we show a video of the brilliant ARGB effects on our OCinside YouTube Channel.
After the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X review and the AMD Ryzen 5 7600X review, we will take a look at the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processor without AMD 3D V-Cache on OCinside.de today. We will test how well the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X can be overclocked and how the power of 8 cores and 16 threads of the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X compare to the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X as well as AMD Ryzen 5 7600X.
Combination of design and technology! The Swedish manufacturer Fractal Design presents us with the North PC case not only a technical component, but also a designer object that can be integrated discreetly and elegantly into the living room like a piece of furniture as hardly any other PC case before. Our following review of the Fractal North Charcoal Black with mesh side panel and Fractal North Chalk White TG Clear with tempered glass side panel reveals whether the North just … Continue reading Fractal Design North Review →
Today on OCinside.de we are testing the 32GB Dual Channel memory kit with 2x 16GB DDR5-5600 CL46 modules. This kit is focused on efficiency and compatibility, because the speed and the operating voltage comply with the JEDEC specification. So this is not a high-performance overclocking memory kit. We will reveal how much faster this DDR5-5600 memory kit is compared to a standard kit with DDR5-4800 in our following review.