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
Now with Intel Z490, H470, B460 LGA1200 motherboards, AMD Ryzen X570, B550, B450 Socket AM4 motherboards, AMD Ryzen Threadripper X399 Socket TR4 motherboards as well as many more motherboards and many new coolers! Since 1999 we have been testing coolers and motherboards on OCinside.de and check which CPU cooler can be used for which motherboard. With the interactive Fit for Fan guide v3.2 you can find out with a few clicks by trying the desired CPU cooler virtually on the … Continue reading Interactive Fit for Fan guide v3.2 – will the cooler fit on the motherboard?
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.
Today we are testing the NZXT Kraken X53 All in one water cooling on OCinside.de. The outstanding feature of this AIO solution is the pump head, which is equipped with mirrored RGB lighting and NZXT logo. The following review will show you the cooling performance and what else the AIO from NZXT has to offer.
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.
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
Alphacool offers suitable water cooling for a wide range of graphics cards, not only for the reference design, but also for special versions. We are therefore testing today the Alphacool Eisblock Aurora Plexi GPX for the ASRock Radeon RX 5700 XT Taichi X8 8G OC, including the modification video in our OCinside YouTube Channel. But that’s not all, we have tested the GPU water cooling first with the included thermal paste and then with liquid metal!
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
The range of 240mm All In One water coolers for the PC is almost unlimited and the dimensions of the products are mostly similar as they are standardized. That’s why we take a close look at the details at OCinside.de to find the special features of each product. This time we take a close look at the SilverStone PERMAFROST 240mm AIO with addressable RGB lighting and see if it lives up to its name. Of course, we also created another … Continue reading SilverStone Permafrost PF240-ARGB Review
We have tested the brand new Alphacool Eisbaer Aurora 360 AIO water cooling for the official launch. The Eisbaer Aurora is a closed water cooling system that is easy to install and can be easily and safely expanded with a quick-release fastener. The aRGB lighting has been added, and the pump should also be more powerful, but work more quietly than before. We are excited about it and take a close look at everything on OCinside.de. Additionally with new videos … Continue reading Alphacool Eisbaer Aurora 360 Review
Today we test on OCinside.de the brand new 360 Kraken Z73 AIO watercooling, which was officially introduced by NZXT at review date. The outstanding feature of this all in one cooling solution is the pump head, as it is equipped with a large 320x320px LCD display! The new NZXT Kraken Z-Series is available as NZXT Kraken Z63 with 280mm radiator and the tested NZXT Kraken Z73 with 360mm radiator. So much in advance, we are absolutely fascinated!
After we’ve recently tested the Assassin 3 aircooler from Deepcool, the 240mm AIO Castle 240EX follows today, which wants to score with special aRGB lighting and Deepcool’s exclusive anti-leak technology. In the following test on OCinside.de we will find out how the water cooling performs and if the optics are convincing. As always with new videos and sound samples.
Today we test on OCinside.de the all-in-one water cooling Liqmax III 240 RGB from Enermax. It is technically nearly identical to the recently tested Enermax Liqmax III 120 RGB, the difference is the larger radiator with two fans. We will see how much the difference in size of 240 compared to 120 is noticeable in practice on the same test system.