Tag Archives: cooling

BitFenix Prodigy Case Review – Mini-ITX Done To Perfection

Much of modern day and future technology is focusing on making products smaller and smaller, yet still completely functional and easy to use. For personal computing, the thinking is reverse, as more people prefer to have mid-sized or XL-sized cases and builds for full functionality. It makes sense, and until recently, mini builds were typically utilized as NAS units, home …

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ASRock Z68 Extreme 4 Motherboard Review – “All Inclusive” Becomes The New Standard

  COMPANY:  ASRock Incorporated PRODUCT:  Z68 Extreme 4 PRICE:        ~$200 CAD AVAILABILITY:  Global WARRANTY:  Two-Year   INTRODUCTION While starting the year in a promising and dominant fashion, Intel veered a bit off-track with Cougar Point malfunctions and setbacks. Fast-forward seven months and things have finally begun to stabilize. Without going into a rant about the Cougar Point chip set as …

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NZXT Sentry LXE Digital Fan Controller @ Benchmark Reviews

Cooling is a necessity for high performance gear. From the humble passive heatsink to the monstrous dual-fan tower coolers, airflow is an essential part of the process. Typically we connect fans to our devices via the motherboard, or directly to the PSU. If we’re lucky, we can control the fans via software such as SpeedFan, otherwise the hum of high …

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