Today we are testing the first Arctic air cooler with the Arctic Freezer 34 eSports DUO, which wants to replace the Freezer 33 series with the help of the pressure-optimized BioniX P fans. After we had the Arctic BioniX P fans already in a separate review, we are excited to see how they will perform on a CPU cooler. There is also the 360 degree view and a new video. And after this review, you might even win the Arctic … Continue reading Arctic Freezer 34 eSports DUO Review
The still relatively unknown Polish company SilentiumPC already has several CPU coolers in its program. Today we have the Fera 3 RGB HE1224 on the test bench and look at what it has to offer. Of course, again with 360 degrees view, a new video with sound and yet another video with all RGB effects in our OCinside YouTube Channel.
After we were rather liquid in the matter of cooling, we test today with the Scythe Ninja 5 an air cooler heavyweight. In the review, there is also the 360 degree view and a new video, which gives a first impression of the surprisingly low volume.
Unlike the recently tested MA410P, MA610P and MA620P tower coolers, the small round Cooler Master G100M UFO cooler is more for the small space requirement in Micro ATX or Mini ITX enclosures, without sacrificing an optical highlight. We test whether the cooling performance is still satisfactory and also have the 360 degree view, a new video with sound and yet another video with all the RGB effects in our OCinside YouTube channel.
The AIO water cooling market is hotly contested. Antec tries to settle by moving the pump into the radiator, which makes the CPU cooler very compact. What the Antec K240 water cooler achieved, we have tested in the new review, including a new video and of course again with 360 degrees view.
After the MA410P and MA610P, today we are testing the Cooler MasterAir MA620P, a dual-tower cooler with 6 heatpipes and equipped with 2x 120mm fans! In the following Cooler MasterAir test, there is also the new 360 degree view, a new video and yet another video with all RGB effects in our OCinside YouTube channel.
Already the first AMD Threadripper test on OCinside.de was done with the Arctic Freezer 33 TR cooler and today we would like to publish a detailed review of the inexpensive Freezer 33 TR tower cooler with the larger contact surface from Arctic. In addition to the thermal image, there is even an interactive 360-degree view of the cooler.
Today we are testing two coolers, namely the H7 and H7 Quad Lumi from Cryorig. We will check if there are other differences besides RGB lighting and of course show the beautiful lighting effects in our OCinside YouTube channel. There are also more videos in the review and two brand new 360 degree views on the third page, which we will use more often now on OCinside.de, so you can look at the cooler and a few other products from … Continue reading Cryorig H7 and Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi Review
After recently testing the MA410P from Cooler Master, today have reviewed the MA610P, which once again puts it on top with 6 instead of 4 heatpipes and push / pull fan assembly. In this Cooler Master MasterAir review there is also a new video and another video with all RGB effects at our OCinside YouTube channel.
At Cooler Master, the sails have been set on RGB course for a while now. With the MA410P, Cooler Master combines a heat pipe tower cooler with their proven RGB fans. Today, we are checking whether the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P can convince both with its cooling performance and its optics. Additionally there is a new video in the Cooler Master MasterAir review and another video with all RGB effects in our OCinside YouTube channel.
Today we are testing the brand new Arctic Freezer 33 eSports One cooler, which Arctic offers in red, white, green and yellow. Of course the cooler is eSports compatible, but the price is even more sporty, because at the moment the new Arctic Freezer 33 eSports One CPU cooler is even significantly lower than the recently tested Arctic Freezer 33 Plus. We test the air cooler with an Intel Core i9-7900X system in different scenarios and show what to consider.
For the slim purse and/or slim case, Arctic offers the Freezer 12, a compact heat pipe cooler with 92mm fan tower design. We test the cooling performance and will check today on OCinside.de with the new AM4 test system, whether reserves for overclocking remain.
All-in-one coolers have found their way into domestic PCs for several years and we were already able to test dozens of them. Most AIO designs are very similar. Antec is trying to set some accents in the Mercury series with some eye-catching attachments and a very special lighting. We tested the model with the 120mm radiator and show in the current Antec Mercury M120 review how the new CPU cooler performs.
Enermax presents its new tower cooler ETS-T50 AXE. What the cooler has to do with an axe or a deodorant, we can not say. But how good the cooler in our Intel test system works, we will show on the next pages in the detailed Enermax ETS-T50A-DFP test with D.F. Pressure fans.
In this review we would like to present a new product from Arctic’s portfolio. The Arctic Freezer 33 (Plus) is a development of the previously tested Arctic Freezer i32/A32. Where we can find the innovations and what the cooler does in our test system, we show on the next pages.