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  • Asetek 510LC, 550LC, 570LX & 591LX Liquid CPU Coolers Review

    thinkcomputers_9For almost two decades now Asetek has been building cooling products that help increase CPU speed and performance. The Danish company specializes in liquid cooling solutions for everything from data centers to your home gaming rig. You may not realize it, but you might know them very well from the excellent AIO coolers that are sold to other companies to be rebranded. Today we are going to take a look at four of their AIO coolers, the 510LC, 550LC, 570LX, and the 591LX. All four coolers under the Asetek brand are all used in pre-built machines by companies like CyberPowerPC and iBuyPower.

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  • Corsair H100i GTX Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler Review

    Legit Reviews recommended-awardAll-in-all I have to give the H100i GTX a thumbs up because it is in a decent price point, has a fantastic warranty, is very flexible image: thanks to Corsair Link, and performed quite well amongst the other coolers that we’ve reviewed. It did edge out its older sibling, the H100i, in just about every test, but this may not be something that you will run out and buy to replace your prior investment with. If you’re in the market for a new cooler, absolutely put this cooler on your short list of coolers to consider!

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  • Corsair H100i GTX Review

    Oc3dnet Performance"Fitting the H100i GTX is as easy as accidentally sleeping with your best mate’s girlfriend when you’re both drunk and he’s out of town on business, so easy in fact that the excellent multi language instructions are largely superfluous...It goes without saying that the H100i GTX gets the Performance award. Yes it can be loud at full speed, but this thing knocks the socks of a good few 280mm radiator based AIOs when it is so that's not to be sniffed at."

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  • The Alienware Area-51 is a spaceship disguised as a gaming PC

    "Like the Ferraris and Lamborghinis I've been photographing this past week at the Geneva Motor Show, the Alienware Area-51 is a machine for a limited audience. Dell has a litany of other computers it can tailor to the needs of the mainstream consumer. This one, however, is for stirring imaginations and for giving people something tangibly unique and different. It's a luxury PC. A beautiful, thoughtfully engineered chunk of heavy metal."

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  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme S AIO CPU Cooler Review

    legit_value-award"This cooler is an Asetek built system, with a little Thermaltake touch, so we expect to see numbers fairly similar to other Asetek systems, like the Corsair H105. Also like I’ve found with many Asetek built systems, installation should be a breeze with this kit."

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  • Velocity Micro Edge Z55 (2014)

    Pcmag EC"This $4,299 system is competitive in all the ways that matter with the $7,779 Digital Storm Coridium. It's faster on five of the six 3D gaming tests, and it's no slouch on any of the other tests it didn't win outright. And the case is easy to get into for future upgrades; the only drawback is that the chassis and motherboard are too small for a 3-way SLI configuration. Still, we wholeheartedly award the Edge Z55 our Editors' Choice for high-end gaming desktop PCs."

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  • Ice-cold Temperature Killa: Arctic Accelero Hybrid II-120 GPU Cooler Review

    techgage_editorschoice"It’s obviously a supremely effective way to reduce your GPU’s thermal output compared to any stock cooler. Whether or not you overclock your graphics card, the massive near-30°C improvement our performance tests show is impressive. The fan’s lack of noise is also an appealing benefit. Basically, if you crave either great temperature, particularly at maximum load conditions, or quieter operation, the Accelero Hybrid II-120 is something you should consider."

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  • AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Performance Review

    Dam Good"Let’s take a second to talk about that Asetek-supplied water cooling setup since without it, I doubt AMD would have ever been able to achieve the R9 295X2’s spectacular performance. It uses a single bay 120mm radiator which is compatible with nearly every case on the market and flexible tubing so installation is a breeze. This setup limits the card to an operating temperature of just 65°C while under full load while remaining extremely quiet, effectively eliminating the issues associated with the other cards in the Radeon R9 series."

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  • AMD Radeon R9 295X2 8GB Video Card Review at 4K Ultra HD

    Legit Reviews recommended-award"The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 video card has finally arrived! This is the first dual-GPU graphics card based on AMD’s latest Hawaii architecture and just happens to use two fully enabled Hawaii XT GPUs. With 5,632 stream processors (2 x 2,816) running at 1018MHz and 8GB of GDDR5 memory running on a dual 512-bit memory interface running at 1250MHz (5.0GHz Effective), you should already know that this will be a beast of a card!"

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  • AMD Radeon R9-295x2 Review

    Guru3d Toppick"The cooling is impressive as you can expect 70 C temps as maximum on both the GPUs under heavy load. We can't stress enough though that liquid cooling and coolant are very susceptible to ambient temperatures. Make sure that your chassis has proper ventilation. Noise then, the card is a bit audible under heavy gaming load. You will hear it, no doubt -- but it remains acceptable and is not at a level that it's annoying or anything"

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