In this test we are reviewing a product from Akasa. It has almost been two years since we last reviewed a product from Akasa, and back then, we had a look at their Eclipse 62 case. The product reviewed today is a CPU cooler, with a unique design and a unique technology. We'll get back to all of that later in the test - and the cooler we are testing is the Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler.
We’ve received yet another low noise cooler from Arctic cooling. This time it is the Accelero S2, with an optional Turbo Module. The turbo module is 2 low noise fans which can be mounted on top of the passive Accelero cooler.
The Accelero S2 cooler is compatible with ATI graphics cards and GeForce cards. The highest models supported are the ATI HD2400 and the GeForce 8500.
Today we’re having a look at an extreme air cooler from Cooler Master. Cooler Master has provided us with their Hyper Z600 CPU cooler, which at first sight looks like it’ll keep anything cool. If this is true, we’ll find out in this review.
The time has come to look at yet another 120mm fan from the Austrian company Noctua. This time it’s the NF-P12 model, and previously we’ve reviewed the NF-S12-800 and NF-S12-1200. The fan is sort of atypical, because of the colour and the 9 fan blades instead of the usual 7 blades, but more about that later.
In this test, we are going to look on a product from the Austrian manufacturer, Noctua. We’ve previously looked at four other products from Noctua that have all performed quite well. The product for this test is their newest edition of a CPU cooler – Noctua NH-U12P.
In this review we are testing a CPU cooler from the Danish company NorthQ. Last time we reviewed a NorthQ product we had an external case for 4 SATA harddrives on the test bench. Besides that NorthQ produces power supplies and now water cooling products as well after they’ve started cooperating with Asetek.
In this review, we take a look at a CPU cooler from the Danish company NorthQ. The last time we reviewed another one of their CPU coolers, the NorthQ 3340WLA Gamer cooler. So in this test, we take a look at the big brother, which is the NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler.
Introduction: In this review, we’re taking a look at a whole new product from the Danish NorthQ. In 2007, NorthQ and Asetek began cooperating, and today we’re looking at the fruit of their labor – Because we’re taking a closer look at the NorthQ NQ-3580 which is a complete watercooling solution.
In this review, we take a look at a CPU cooler from Thermalright. Thermalright is often associated with high end coolers. However, in this review we’re not having a look at one of their top coolers, but instead a smaller version, which is aimed at the people who needs a good and quiet cooler without having over 500 grams of metal screwed to the motherboard. The cooler we’re reviewing is the Thermalright Ultima-90l.
In this test, we are going to have a look on a product from Thermaltake. On Tweak.dk we have already had a look upon a number of Thermaltake products, and in this test, we have obtained their newest GPU cooler: Thermaltake DUOrb.
This time we’ve got Zalman’s latest GPU cooler, VF1000 LED on the bench. The Zalman VF1000 supports a long range of graphics cards from both ATI and Nvidia. Amongst them is Nvidia’s newest members of the 8xxx series, the 8800GT (G92) and 8800GTS (G92). Zalman’s products aren’t something we see often at Tweak.dk. The last time we reviewed a Zalman product was back in 2005 where we tested the VF-700 GPU cooler. Back then the VF-700 was praised for its cooling ability and low noise level. Zalman is known for their effective and low noise cooling solutions for processors and graphics cards. It will be interesting to see if the VF1000 LED lives up to Zalman’s standards when it comes to performance and noise levels.