This water cooler is certainly impressive in stature, but its size is more than matched by the build quality.
Are you a serial CPU swapper? Do you want custom cooling configuration software? This water cooler might just meet your needs.
Some of the design elements are pretty clunky, but when configured in silent mode, this is a very impressive cooling kit.
This diminutive chip-chiller is impressive. If you can't stretch to liquid-cooling, this is the way to go for compact chassis.
After all the huge tower fans we've looked at recently, it makes a refreshing change to be playing with something at the other end of the spectrum.
An impressive return to the water-cooling market by Cooler Master with a very capable budget liquid CPU chiller.
We haven't come across a Reveen cooler before, but that's hardly surprising as it's a pretty new company on the scene. The current flagship of its tower designs is this Kelveros RC-1202.
Yep, you've read the name right, Sapphire has plunged into the murky world of third party processor chilling with its Vapor-X CPU cooler.
Despite its chunky fan, this is not a high-performance chip cooler in the traditional sense. It's designed to keep your CPU cool, while producing very little noise.
Strapped for cash but still on the lookout for a well-built, third-party tower CPU cooler, that does a decent, quiet cooling job?