We take a look at another be quiet! Is the Dark Rock TF 2 is a rock solid cooler. This cooler has a wonderful black appearance and is designed for a large size. It has BIG.little radiators configured, two fans, and can provide a cooling performance of up to 230 Watts, which is sufficient for any modern processor.
Today, we are reviewing two air coolers from Cooler Master: MasterAir MA624 Stealth and MA612 Stealth ARGB. Usually, we had a chance to check the AIO solutions from them, so now it's a good opportunity to study what we can achieve more standardly. This will also be a nice occasion to present two types of cooling architecture, as the MA612 Stealth ARGB is a single-tower, and MA624 Stealth is a dual-tower
Today, we are reviewing another air cooler from Scythe: the Mugen 5 Black Edition, coming from the best seller series of this Japanese manufacturer. It’s The last time we got our hands on this company’s cooler was at the end of 2020 (so not long ago) – it was the Ninja 5 (which earned the “Approved” award). This time around, it’s not a dual-tower CPU cooler but rather a single-tower.
Corsair has a refresh of liquid coolers, this round the Corsair H170i Elite Capellix edition is put on our test bench where we can check out the behavior of the triple-fan 420mm model. Corsair has paired the kit with their very best ML140 RGB Series magnetic levitation PWM fans and including an iCUE compatible fan/RGB HUB and Capellix RGB lit pump.
be quiet! gave their Silent Loop All-in-One Liquid cooling kit series an overhaul, and with success, we can say. The Silent loop 2 performs well and remains very silent. An updated pump design, a notch of RGB, and a coolant loop that can be refilled. We test the 280mm rad size version with two Silent Wings 3 fans.
Today, we are reviewing an AIO cooler from G.Skill: the Enki 360. It’s a debut for this brand in that sector, just like with Lian Li in July ’20. As for the name, Enki is the ancient Sumerian god of water, so that’s not a bad idea for this kind of product. We’ve received a 360 mm variant of this LCS, but there’s also a 240 mm and a 280 mm version, in case your chassis can’t fit the largest one (no pun intended) or if you’re on a tighter budget.
Today, we are reviewing an air cooler from Scythe: the NINJA 5. The last time we got our hands on this company’s cooler was a whopping 10 years ago – it was the Ninja 3 model (which earned the “Recommended” award). This time around it’s not a single-tower CPU cooler, but rather a dual one with two fans attached.
We test and review the all-new EK AIO Elite 360, an AIO liquid cooling kit from EK that can be bought in a new design with versions running up-to a 360mm rad. The kits come with Vardar ARGB compatible fans. Being EK, we do expect some decent cooling performance; armed with the fans, sleeved tubing, and a proper looking cooling block we'll see what EK has to offer in the massive LCS kit arena.
Today, we are reviewing an air cooler from Deepcool: the AS500 (a bit too much similarity to the name of a recent Corsair air cooler – the A500, right?). It’s not the first Deepcool product that we reviewed here on guru3d. For example, over a year ago we had the opportunity to check out their flagship Assassin III model. This time around it’s a single-tower CPU cooler based on the five heat pipe design and a TF140S PWM fan, all packed into a slim form factor.
Corsair has released a new series of liquid coolers, this round the Corsair H100i Elite Capellix edition is put on our test-bench where we can check out the behavior of the smallest dual-fan 240mm model. Corsair has paired the kit with their very best ML 120 RGB Series magnetic levitation PWM fans as well as including a fan/RGB HUB and all-new Capellix RGB.