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.
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
Today we released a video in German with English subtitles about the ASRock X299E-ITX/ac motherboard with a Bitspower Leviathan Xtreme All In One 240 water cooling on OCinside.de. The water cooling has been specially adapted to the ASRock motherboard and cools not only the Intel Core i9 LGA2066 processor, but also the motherboards voltage regulators and power chokes. The detailed review of the new ASRock ITX motherboard and the water cooling review will follow soon.
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.
From time to time some water cooled PCs would like to be prepared for presentation purposes. So today we are testing the coolant Aurora by Mayhems on OCinside.de, which wants to attract attention with an unique effect. In addition, there is a new video of the red and blue Mayhems Aurora 2 coolant at our OCinside YouTube Channel.
The manufacturer Antec from California is a real industry size in the PC world. One of the trends nowadays is to offer so-called all-in-one water coolers. Antec not only manages to access products from well-known OEM producers, but also develops corresponding coolers. With the Antec cooler H2O H1200 Pro, we have the latest and biggest variant available for testing.
Is the cooler compatible with AMD Socket AM4? So can you use it with the new AMD Ryzen processor? In the following overview at OCinside.de, you can already check the AMD Socket AM4 compatibility of some companies and see information about requesting the appropriate AM4 upgrade kits for an successful upgrade to the latest AMD Ryzen PC system.
We do not need to introduce the company Cooler Master. No matter whether cases, power supplies or peripheral, the manufacturer from Taiwan is at the top of many categories. Today with the MasterLiquid Pro 240 we introduce the latest compact water cooling from Cooler Master. Enjoy reading the review and exploring the new features.
This time on OCinside.de we have a review of the Arctic Accelero Hybrid III-140, an alternate GPU cooler. The Accelero series has tradition among Arctics product. Arctic released their first GPU cooler under this name in 2006. The Hybrid-III, as the name suggests, is a hybrid cooling solution, meaning it got elements from both conventional air- as also water-cooling. All-in-one cooling solutions for CPUs already got a fair amount of market share, so why not transition it to GPUs?! We … Continue reading Arctic Accelero Hybrid III-140 Review