Liquid Cooling

What Mobile Heat Pipes will be doing in your Samsung Galaxy S7

What Mobile Heat Pipes will be doing in your Samsung Galaxy S7

If you're a hardcore DIY gaming PC maker, you've heard of the newest component rumored to be appearing in Samsung's smartphone hero for 2016: the Galaxy S7. Heat pipes, as they're called, allow you to cool your gaming PC with liquid - the coolness of the liquid runs through your computer and keeps your computer from overheating as said liquid runs through tubes. But what about a smartphone? You don't have nearly as much space within a Samsung smartphone as you do in a PC made for high-end gaming - so what's a manufacturer to do?

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Digital Storm HydroLux cooling unveiled with real-time temperature adjustments

Digital Storm HydroLux cooling unveiled with real-time temperature adjustments

Digital Storm has unveiled their latest cooling system, the HydroLux. This one will be found exclusively on the Digital Storm desktop computers and is touted as being able to monitor and automatically adjust to temperature fluctuations in real-time. The HydroLux setup uses a mix of liquid and airflow cooling and further customizes everything with some software.

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Switch Lighting introduces liquid cooled LED bulbs

Switch Lighting introduces liquid cooled LED bulbs

Switch Lighting is introducing a new line of LED lightbulbs today that offers tweaks to conventional LED bulb design. The design makes use of liquid cooling instead of solely relying on the heatsink at the bottom of the bulb. The company plans to introduce three new bulbs to replace incandescent options, with wattage ranging from 40 to 75. Prices are expected to be between $40 and $50.

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Corsair unveils Hydro Series H70 Core liquid cooling system for CPUs

Corsair unveils Hydro Series H70 Core liquid cooling system for CPUs

Corsair announced a few new liquid cooling systems this week and one of the new offerings is the Hydro Series H70 Core CPU cooler. This is one of the small radiator devices that only cools the CPU and has a self-contained system that needs no maintenance. The difference in the Core system and the other H70 device is that the Core version has no fan for the radiator allowing the user to buy the fan based on their needs.

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Overclocked 2008 Mac Pro gets custom liquid-cooling [Video]

Overclocked 2008 Mac Pro gets custom liquid-cooling [Video]

Apple's Mac Pro is a beast of a machine, and more so when you overclock it, but the fan noise you end up with can be pretty intrusive.  The guys over at Asetek decided to see what they could do with their liquid-cooling components, taking a 2008 dual-CPU 2.8GHz Mac Pro - overclocked to 3.16GHz - with custom cooling and comparing it to a newer, stock 3.2GHz air-cooled model straight from Apple.

Video demo after the cut

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Corsair Launches Hydro H70 CPU cooler

Corsair Launches Hydro H70 CPU cooler

Corsair has launched a new Hydro series H70 CPU cooler. The new cooler is a self-contained liquid cooling unit that will work for both Intel and AMD series CPUs. The H70 is a follow-up to the existing H50 CPU cooler with some upgrades.

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iBUYPOWER Paladin F Series Desktop Review

iBUYPOWER Paladin F Series Desktop Review

With the arrival of Intel's Core i7-980X hexacore processor, we're told we can expect even greater extremes of performance; several gaming and workstation manufacturers have already announced new models using the desktop CPU. Custom desktop builder iBuyPower sent over their latest machine, the Paladin F Series Desktop, pairing the i7-980X with dual ATI graphics and liquid-cooling. Could this be the fastest desktop we've ever tested? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Thermaltake Level 10 iBUYPOWER PC gets liquid-cooling update

Thermaltake Level 10 iBUYPOWER PC gets liquid-cooling update

What could make the stonking Thermaltake Level 10 PC case any better?  How about a custom liquid-cooling system; that's what iBUYPOWER and Asetek have done, modifying the latter's 120mm LCLC to fit the asymmetric Level 10 layout.

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Digital Storm BlackOPS Core i5/i7 gaming desktops debut

Digital Storm BlackOPS Core i5/i7 gaming desktops debut

Digital Storm have launched their latest range of gaming desktops, the BlackOPS series, powered by Intel's Core i7 and i5 processors and packing a choice of ATI or NVIDIA graphics.  Three models make up the series, kicking off at Performance with a 2.66GHz Core i5-750 CPU, and ramping up to the Extreme with a 3.2GHz Core i7-960.

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CoolIT unveils slick OMNI Universal Liquid Cooling kit for AMD video cards

CoolIT unveils slick OMNI Universal Liquid Cooling kit for AMD video cards

Any computer enthusiast or hard core gamer will tell you that heat is the enemy of performance. This is especially true when you start overclocking your CPU and GPU looking for added performance. Those really into overclocking look to liquid cooling or even more exotic methods for their computers. CoolIT has announced a new universal liquid cooling system for AMD video cards called the OMNI.

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