I normally do not cover P.Rs but this one deserves an exception I think. To the well experienced hand, Noctua coolers have something of a legacy. These coolers use an extremely minimalistic design and delivered top notch performance on Air, all the while remaining surprisingly silent. One such cooler was the NH-D14 which is now nothing less than a legend in the air cooler hall of fame. It took Noctua three full years to develop a worthy successor to the NH-D14; the NH-D15, which debuts with a six year warranty. And it goes without saying that it has very big shoes to fill.


NH-D14 succeeded by the Noctua NH-D15 Dual Tower Air Cooler

I will begin with the differences between the NH-D14 and NH-D15. The heatpipe count remains the same, i.e. six. The finstack is now wider by 10mm which corresponds to a total of 150mm. Height and width are 165mm and 135mm respectively, each having received a 5mm increase. The fins on the lower side have receded and now give 64mm clearance in single fan mode. Nf-A15 PWM fans are added with a range of maximum 1200 rpm or 1500rpm depending on the PWM controller or LNA. Here is what the CEO of Noctua had to say:

holiday gift ideas

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- SPIGEN SGP Screen Protector for iPhone:

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Games Hardware

After ripping the PlayStation 4 apart and getting familiar with the hardware composition of the system, here comes the Xbox One teardown. Xbox One teardown shows that the console is build more like a PC from the inside, with every component being separately placed at a fixed location in the metal case. The console build up is a bit different than that of PlayStation 4.

Xbox One teardown

Xbox One Teardown Reveals A Huge Cooling Fan And A Replaceable Hard Drive

Xbox One is a huge box apparently made with keeping a very little concept of style in mind; On the other hand we have PlayStation 4, a fairly slim and sleek and rather a styled console. Both the consoles pack some powerful hardware and to have a look at the inside components of the Xbox One, iFixit have taken the console piece by piece just like PlayStation4.

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Games Hardware

A PlayStation 4 user who got his console on the launch date decided to take some infrared shots of it to check how stable is the PlayStation 4 heat regulation. The images capture the temperature of PlayStation 4 placed at different positions and performing different tasks.

PlayStation 4

Have A Look At These Thermal Images To See How Stable Is PlayStation 4 Heat Regulation

Overheating is one of the scariest nightmares for electronic industries. It causes many troubles in the development and manufacturing of electronic problem. Gamers from any platform are well aware of the unpleasant effects of overheating. Console gamers are also really concerned about the problem when it comes to all-day-long gaming because whether it is a PC or any of the consoles available in the market, overheating can cause some major damage.

Apparently the only thing that console gamers care about for now are the next-gen consoles and with PlayStation 4 already launched, tons of reports about the merits and demerits of the console are coming in. To check the how true the PlayStation 4 overheating reports really are, a user took out his thermal camera to put PlayStation 4 heat regulation on test.

iChill GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid

The GTX 780 along with the GTX Titan are Nvidias Flasghip Graphic Cards, and for good reason. The 780 is basically a cut down version of GTX Titan and the GTX Titan is, well the GTX Titan. Recently Inno3D Announced Two GTX 780s. Though we were expecting the iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 x3 Ultra (wow that’s a mouthful) the iChill GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid came as a very welcome and pleasant surprise. Both of iChill’s GTX 780 are factory over clocked and will be one of the most powerful Single-Chip gaming solutions available.  In fact Inno3D claims these beauties will be faster than a stock GTX Titan!

The iChill GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid

iChill GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid
Featuring a Hybrid Air and Watercooling solution this beast of a Graphics card will offer nearly Half the temperatures compared to stick GTX 780 and almost negligible sound output, whil at the same time giving highly stable factory over clocked performance, though at these low temps, Gaming enthusiasts could attempt to further over clock.

Inno3D iChill GTX 680

iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid

We already got the word that NVIDIA gave the greenligt to their AIB partners to manufactuer their custom variants of the recently released GeForce GTX Titan GPU. Computerbase over at the CeBIT 2013 have unveiled that Inno3D could possibly be the first to offer a fully custom version of the GeForce GTX Titan GPU with their latest creation, the iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid.

Inno3D Offers Monstrous Cooling WIth iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid

Inno3D’s iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid uses the same ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid cooler that has been available and fits on the Radeon HD 7970 and GeForce GTX 680 flagship GPUs. ARCTIC has now added further compatibility of their cooling solution to the GeForce GTX Titan and hence Inno3D which have a partnership with ARCTIC in offering GPUs with their cooler under the iChill branding have released the iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid.

Not much has changed design wise with the iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid, it uses the reference design heatsink with just a ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid cooler strapped on top of the GK110 core except that this wasn’t possible with the GeForce GTX 690 since NVIDIA didn’t allow it. The GeForce GTX Titan reference model which looks alot like the GTX 690 and costs a hefty $1000 has been given the greenlight to be custom made by AIBs which is a good thing but these custom models would just keep adding on the cost for an already expensive yet awesome GPU.

It was also revealed that the iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid is a factory overclocked model since the Accelero Hybrid cooler offers great cooling performance to the GPU itself but Inno3D didn’t mention them yet. It could be possible that the clock speeds (reference 837/876 MHz) can be clocked at around 950/1000 MHz mark given the cost of the cooler and the GPU itself. Inno3d didn’t mention pricing nor availability of the iChill GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid.

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The Black Edition

Press Release – Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions unveils its high end The Black Edition CPU cooler with the multi award-winning Slim 12 PWM and Silent 12 PWM fan. The cooler is a product of GELID Solutions GAMER product line.

Phanteks PH-TC12 DX_2


Phanteks launches PH-TC12DX, a U-Type dual tower heat-sink with four 6mm heat-pipes allows for optimal airflow and cooling. PH-TC12DX’s 6mm heat-pipes are linearly aligned and developed to have the least amount of air and thermal resistance. Incorporating P.A.T.S and C.P.S.C Technologies, PH-TC12DX delivers better heat dissipation and heat transfers. PH-TC12DX includes dual PH-F120HP PWM Premium fans to allow for higher performance and/or silent operation.

Phanteks PH-TC12DX CPU Cooler


EK Water Blocks

Press Release – EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear provider, is proud to announce the arrival of two new water blocks – EK-FC660 GTX for GK106 based GeForce GTX 660 graphics cards and EK-FB ASUS C5F-Z for ASUS flagship AM3+ Crosshair V Formula-Z motherboard. Both product are readily available for puchase through EK Webshop as well as our Partner Reseller Network.

EK New Water Blocks for GTX 660 and Crosshair V Formula-Z


AXP-100 CPU Cooler

Press Release – We know that cooler choice has long been a headache for ITX and HTPC system builders. Stock CPU heatsinks and coolers are hot and noisy, while high quality coolers usually either don’t fit the case or interferes with your GPU. So finding the perfect balance of size, thermal performance and noise on ITX and HTPC systems has never been easy, until now!

Thermalright AXP-100 CPU Cooler

The Thermalright AXP-100 is here! This latest creation by Thermalright is only a mere 58 mm (2.28 inches) in height including the bundled TY-100 high performance PWM fan. This height provides almost full compatibility with HTPC and ITX cases on the market. will also be displaying a full list of case compatibility on our product page.


Press Release – Ever since the introduction of the first Archon “Slim Tower Heatsink” back in 2010, Thermalright has never stopped improving on its own design. Incorporating our new proprietary Pressure Vault Bracket System we introduce to the world the all new Archon SB-E X2. Aside from a total overhaul and upgrade of the mounting bracket system, the Archon SB-E X2 will be using two TY-141 high efficient double ball bearing silent fans, giving enthusiasts the perfect mash-up of performance, compatibility and silence!


Press Release – Noctua today introduced its new NF-A14 FLX, NF-A14 ULN and NF-A15 PWM 140mm fans that complement the recently announced A-series of premium quality quiet fans. Like the previously presented NF-A4x10, NF-A6x25 and NF-A9x14, the new 140mm models feature Noctua’s novel AAO frames as well as the series’ signature Flow Acceleration Channels for reduced boundary layer separation and improved aerodynamic efficiency. Reference class SSO2 bearing and 6 years manufacturer’s warranty make the NF-A15 and NF-A14 a stand-out choice for all noise-sensitive 140 mm applications.

Respire T40

Affordable, high performance air cooling is now available with NZXT’s latest addition to its growing CPU cooler product line. NZXT introduces the Respire Series: aluminum-fin heatsinks utilizing seamless direct touch (SDT) technology for maximum cooling efficiency.

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Press Release – Asetek Inc., the world’s leading supplier of liquid cooling solutions for computers, announced today that its hot water, direct-to-chip RackCDU liquid cooling systems will cool NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU accelerators and that these cooling solutions will be on display at SC12.


Press Release – Swiftech today unveiled revision 2 of the MCRx20-QP radiator with integrated reservoir. First introduced in 2006, the MCR “Res” has long been a favorite of users seeking to eliminate the number of components in their space constrained build. Revision 2 of the series adds several essential functionalities that now make this product one of the most versatile offerings on the market: 

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