Today we test on OCinside.de the new Arctic Freezer 7 X cooler, which is very compact and designed for AMD as well as for current Intel sockets. Of course you can’t expect miracles from a 92mm fan on such a small heatsink and although it is multi-compatible, there may be space problems on some motherboards. How we solved this on the brand new Intel LGA1200 ASRock Steel Legend motherboards and if the extremely affordable Freezer 7 X cooler from Arctic … Continue reading Arctic Freezer 7 X Review
Shortly after the launch, we are today testing the Arctic Freezer 13 X, a very compact tower cooler from Arctic, which would like to offer an inexpensive alternative to the boxed cooler. To be more precise, we take a look at the Arctic Freezer A13 X, where the A stands for the AMD variant and there is also an Intel counterpart with the Arctic Freezer i13 X. We also show a 360 degree view and of course the cooling results.
In the aRGB area too, attempts are made to distinguish themselves with small but subtle differences, so today we are testing the Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo fans, which owe the Halo name to their additional illuminated rings. And because more aRGB cannot be bad, we test them on OCinside.de in a pack of three! There is also a video with the fan sound and a video on our YouTube Channel with the lighting effects of the fans. It’s our … Continue reading Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo Review
Today we are testing the Deepcool Gamerstorm Assassin 3, a double-tower cooler which wants nothing less than to reach the top of the air cooler charts! At the top, the air is known to be thin, so we are curious how the Assassin 3 will perform. Deepcool says Assassin III is the fiercest Assassin. In the review, there is also the 360 degree view and a new video with fan noise. You should not miss this cooler test!
Today on OCinside.de we have the pleasure to test the new Cooler Master SF360R ARGB case fan. More precisely, it is the Cooler Master MasterFan SF360R ARGB fan with PWM, ARGB lighting and three fans in one frame. We are excited to see if Cooler Master will be able to match the usual quality of the case fans with the new design.
Today we test the Enermax T.B.RGB AD 120mm fan set. The Enermax T.B.RGB AD 3-Fan Pack with RGB Control Box contains three 120mm ARGB fans and a small RGB controller. The following test on OCinside.de shows how well this set can be integrated into a PC and which effects are possible with these addressable RGB fans.
For gaming notebooks whose cooling under load is always at the limit, Thermaltake has developed a notebook cooler with the Massive 20 RGB, which is not only intended to support cooling, but also makes a lot of visual impact. Today we will take a closer look, listen and test it in detail. And in our OCinside YouTube Channel there is a new video of all Thermaltake Massive 20 RGB effects and in addition there is a sound sample in the … Continue reading Thermaltake Massive 20 RGB Review
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.
Today we tested on OCinside.de the new Arctic BioniX P fans in 120mm and 140mm. In contrast to the previously tested Arctic BioniX F120 and F140 fans, the Arctic BioniX P120 and P140 fans are optimized for static pressure, offer a 0dB mode and some technical improvements. We are curious how the fans will perform in practice.
We have just tested on OCinside.de the new Enermax T.B. RGB fan in 3 fan pack. The T.B. RGB fans are mainly based on the T.B. Silence ADV 120 fans, but they are enhanced by a stylish RGB lighting with its own controller, remote control and the possibility to synchronize them with the motherboard. We are interested to see how these fans will perform in practice.
Today we have tested on OCinside.de the Enermax T.B. Silence ADV 120 and Enermax T.B. Silence ADV 140 fans. The ADV version is a new development of the well-known T.B. Silence fans from Enermax, which should be up to 20 percent quieter than the predecessor. We are curious how good these fans are in practice.