Archive for the 'CPU Cooler' Category
Cooling system is very in demand these days because of the many OCs (overclockers) that tends to maximize the full potential of their processors especially the Core i7 2600k processor from Intel. Phanteks PH-TC14PE High-End CPU Cooler is just one of the many CPU cooler you can use. It uses Cold Plasma Spraying Coating (C.P.S.C.) and Physical Antioxidant Thermal Shield (P.A.T.S.) technologies to increase cooling performance and to enhance thermal conductivity. The Phantek cooler has been designed to have an extreme conduction with 5 double ended 8mm copper heatpipes departing the copper base for a dual tower aluminium fin array. Not only that, it also uses two of their high quality PH-F140TS Maelstrom Vortex Booster 140mm fans that work at 900 to 1200 RPM to ensure great airflow to the system unit. The Phanteks PH-TC14PE High-End CPU Cooler is available in red, blue, orange and white (standard) will available for purchase from late September for 79.90 Euro / $113 (standard model) or 84.90 Euro / $120 (colored models).
For the past few weeks, I’ve been busy on my job that’s why I can’t update my blog regularly and during my free time I visit some hardware review sites to choose what computer parts I will buy to build my future Ultimate Gaming Desktop PC. At the moment, I’m planning to build a Core i7 gaming pc and try to find out what’s the best cooling system and being ended up with Corsair H100 which I will surely buy next month together with other parts. I did found a lot of good reviews with this liquid cooling system. It is much more efficient in terms of cooling rather the previous H80 model. The Hydro series includes pre-assembled, closed-loop CPU water-cooling kits that are relatively inexpensive compared to full-fledged custom-made loops. The good thing with this cooling system is maintenance-free and very easy to install. The only cons with this is that you can only install it on system case with dual 120mm fan support on top, because that’s the place where you will install this system because its radiator is twice the size of the radiator of the H80.
Scythe has launched its latest CPU cooler dubbed as Mine 2 in Europe. This CPU cooler supports Intel LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775 as well as AMD(AM3, AM2+, AM2) processors. The Mine 2 has eight copper heat pips for extreme performance in cooling down your processor. If you are planning to overclock your CPU, it’ll not be a problem because it is also equipped with Intake airflows as well as exhale airflows to maximize its performance. The Mine 2 was designed with 2 aluminum tower heatsinks and a Slip Stream 140 (140mm) PWM fan in the middle that operates at 470 to 1900 RPM. You can buy this CPU cooler for 50.50 Euro or about $68.