Category: Fans

Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120 Air Pressure

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction When Cooler Master went about their massive marketing campaign of “Master” and “Make it yours”, I knew it was a matter of time before things got out of hand. So let’s get the elephant out of this room right away, this is a ridiculous and long…


XSPC Raystorm Pro Ion AX360 WaterCooling Kit

Navigate to: CPU Waterblock Radiator Fans Pump and Reservoir Coolant, Tubing and Fittings Installation Kit Performance Conclusion Introduction Where’s the fun in testing out just one kit when you can test 2? Following up from the review of the Alphacool NexXxos Cool Answer 360 D5/UT Kit, let’s see what XSPC brings to the table. I…


Alphacool NexXxoS Cool Answer 360 D5/UT – Kit

Navigate to: CPU Waterblock Radiator Fans Pump and Reservoir Coolant, Tubing and Fittings Installation Kit Performance Conclusion Introduction I haven’t focused on testing watercooling kits so far, and mostly because I prefer giving individual components more attention and allow customers the freedom to pick and choose parts as they desire. But after having tested so…


Thermalright TY-143 SQ 140 mm fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction This follows up on the review of the Thermalright TY-141A SQ earlier this month. I had mentioned coverage of the faster TY-143, now in square frame mode too, and here it is. So without more delay, let’s thank Thermalright again for the review sample and get right…


Thermalright TY-147A SQ 140 mm fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction When I first tested the Thermalright TY-147A late last year, I was forced to jig up an adapter to accommodate a round frame 140 mm fan on to a radiator that takes square frame 140 mm fans. It is a deal breaker for many customers who…


Corsair ML140 Pro 140 mm Fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction Following up with my review of the new Corsair ML120 Pro fans, it’s time to now take a look at the bigger ML140 Pro offerings. Not a whole lot more to say here that has not been covered already in that review, so let’s thank Corsair…


Corsair ML120 Pro 120 mm Fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction Corsair has been riding aboard the PC fan train using their SP120 series of fans- OEM, LED or retail “ring” versions- and they have mostly had a good time through it with these fans featured in more PC builds than not. They were not the best…


Fractal Design Venturi HP-12 120mm PWM Fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Performance Testing Conclusion Introduction There is not much more to add as an introduction on top of what I mentioned in my review of the Fractal Design Venturi HP-14 fan, aside from that 120 mm fans are still more popular in the PC DIY industry and my inbox still gets a…


Fractal Design Venturi HP-14 140mm fan

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview, Performance Testing, Conclusion Introduction The Fractal Venturi fans have also been requested a lot by many readers so far, and especially the HP (High Pressure) series. Fractal Design is a relatively new company, based in Sweden and has reached good global brand awareness in short time thanks to their emphasis…


Akasa Viper 140mm fan

Introduction Akasa is a company that has focussed on thermal solutions for computers for well over a decade now, including heatsinks and fans, and have recently diversified to computer accessories, and passively cooled cases. As a brand, they do not have the market recognition relative to other companies in the highly competitive CPU cooler and computer…