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Scythe Shuriken Low Profile Cooler Rev B

Scythe Shuriken Low Profile Cooler Rev B
The Shuriken is Scythe’s low profile, low noise solution for HTPC systems. It measures only 64mm in height and employs a triple heatpipe design for effective cooling. The super slim 10cm fan adjusts speed automatically through the PWM function to provide powerful but low noise cooling. Pro-Clockers: “The Scythe Shuriken heatsink is a good low profile heatsink, and one that is certainly very very quiet.” Full review Overclockers Club: “If you are looking to build a HTPC, or you just want to get a new cooler for your processor that will not extend all the way to the side panel, I would look at getting the Scythe Shuriken Low Profile CPU cooler, as it performed very well...
March 25, 2011 | 604 Views | Components, Coolers

Evercool HPL-815EP Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Evercool HPL-815EP Low Profile CPU Cooler Review
Evercool has been around for close to twenty years and they strive to deliver the best products with the highest quality. Chances are they have a product to correct your cooling woes with such a large range of cooling products. I have said before it seems that Evercool releases new products at a dizzying pace and today is no different. Today I have the HPL-815EP, a low profile cooler designed for the latest processors from both AMD and Intel. Advantages Low profile PWM fan Good performance AMD and Intel compatibility Disadvantages Noise at full speed Read the full review at overclockersonline.net.
March 16, 2011 | 198 Views | Components, Coolers

Evercool Heatpipe Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Evercool Heatpipe Low Profile CPU Cooler Review
In today’s high performance systems, CPU coolers need to cope with the excess heat produced by the processor quickly and effectively, while keeping a noise level that is acceptable. We’ve all seen large and beefy CPU coolers that can do the job … take for example the Noctua NH-D14 and the Thermaltake Frio. The Noctua NH-D14 is famed for its excellent cooling performance that’s literally silent, while the Thermaltake Frio is designed for overclocking, and is capable of handling upto 220W of heat. In terms of size, both these CPU coolers are among the largest available on the market. In fact, they’re so big, we found that some computer chassis were not compatible. Having...
February 7, 2011 | 409 Views | Components, Coolers

Alpenfohn Panorama Review – Home Theatre cooling on the cheap

Alpenfohn Panorama Review - Home Theatre cooling on the cheap
An efficient cooler in a HTPC (home theatre PC) is vital, the Alphenfohn Panorama is just that type. It takes the classic low-profile design that can still fit into a slimline PC case and yet provide efficient high-performance cooling without excessive noise levels. Its main problem is that it has some fine competition. The classic Zalman Super Flower Cooler is still one of the best on the market...
February 3, 2011 | 164 Views | Components, Coolers

Thermaltake SlimX3 — The slimmest low profile cooler (Video)

Thermaltake SlimX3 — The slimmest low profile cooler (Video)
Thermaltake, leading DIY thermal solutions brand, launch their all-new low profile CPU especially targeting Home Theater PC users, the Thermaltake SlimX3. Since for Home Theater PCs usually small and mini size cases are used, the CPU cooler performance is of utmost importance, it has to come with a very small footprint in order to fit into the case, but at the same time offer sufficient cooling capacity...
December 5, 2010 | 294 Views | Components, Coolers

New Noctua NH-C14 Premium Cooler

New Noctua NH-C14 Premium Cooler
I’ve been a fan of Noctua heat sinks and fans for some time. All my workstations and home servers use them but they are typically too large for my low-profile HTPC enclosures. I got the news today on the NH-C14 and I can’t wait to get my hands on it (I’m a heat sink\fan junkie…)  It offers everything I look for in a HTPC cooler: 1- Optionally low profile; 2- Large quite fans...
November 30, 2010 | 270 Views | Components, Coolers

Evercool presents Low Profile CPU Cooler, Ideal for HTPC Duty

Evercool presents Low Profile CPU Cooler, Ideal for HTPC Duty
If you ever planned on building a HTPC system then you surely know how hard is to find the right cooler for the job since most models available out there are far to large to be installed in such a system while low-profile offerings are really scarce, so Evercool’s HPL-815 is definitely a worthy contender thanks to its compact size and massive cooling potential. Using a pretty much standard design...
November 26, 2010 | 325 Views | Components, Coolers

SilverStone Suscol Ultra Quiet Fan with 7-Bladed Design SC00L81

SilverStone Suscol Ultra Quiet Fan with 7-Bladed Design SC00L81
The Suscool 81 is an ultra quiet fan that is specially designed for special quiet computing environment needs; it has the latest bullet hub design that takes advantage of aerodynamics and improved efficiency, lowered overall noise on all speed level to a point that you’ll barely notice it’s even operating. Designed with automatic thermal control that will increase or decrease speed depending on...
September 19, 2010 | 78 Views | Components, Coolers
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