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.
For a custom water cooling system, Enermax offers an interesting reservoir / pump combination with lighting, which we will take a closer look at, listen to, and test thoroughly. At our OCinside YouTube Channel there is a new video of all Enermax NEOChanger 300ml RGB effects and in the review there is of course a 360 degree view in addition to the sound sample of the integrated pump.
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.
After the big CPU cooler comparison 2018, where we tested numerous coolers on an AMD AM4 system, we would like to present another cooler test overview on OCinside.de today. In the second part of the cooler chart there is now an overview with selected CPU coolers from Antec, Arctic, Cooler Master, Cryorig, Enermax, Intel and LEPA that have been tested on an Intel Core i5 PC system. So you can easily find the right air cooler or AIO water cooler … Continue reading CPU Cooler Comparison 2018 Part 2
We have tested numerous coolers on OCinside.de during the last 18 years. Today we would like to present in the new CPU Cooler Chart 2018 a roundup with selected CPU coolers from AMD, Antec, Arctic, Cooler Master, Cryorig, and Noctua that have been tested on an AMD AM4 system. So you can quickly find the right air cooler or AIO water cooler for the AMD Socket AM4 PC and compare the test results.
After recently testing Arctic’s Twin Turbo II on OCinside.de, we are now focusing on the successor Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo III. According to Arctic, it should offer the same cooling performance as its predecessor, but without the use of thermal glue. You can read in the following review whether Arctic has managed this and if you have to make compromises.
We already tested the current Arctic Accelero Hybrid III 140 graphics card cooler on OCinside.de. Today we are testing the Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo II, an universal graphics card cooler from Arctic. Since the Arctic Twin Turbo II is available for a few years now, we are curious to see if it can still handle current graphics cards like a Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Dual. More about this in the following GPU cooler test report.
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.
Today a new reader review is published on OCinside.de where Nsp tests the Antec Mercury M240 AIO cooler for us in detail. He had been interested in water cooling before, but found it too complicated to assemble the various components and ensure their correct function permanently and tightly. In the following reader test we will see whether this is easier with the Antec Mercury 240.
Today we look at a water cooler from the Asian company Barrow, which is less popular in Europe. Can it keep up with the local top dogs of well-known brand manufacturers? Are there any disadvantages and how does it overclock? Also this time there is the test including a new OCinside YouTube channel video of the whole system with the Barrow LTYK3-04, Enermax NEOChanger, Intel Core i7-7700K, ASUS ROG Maximus IX Code, ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, G.Skill … Continue reading Barrow LTYK3-04 Review
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.