Today we are taking a look at a couple of Arctic Cooling’s Liquid Freezer II all-in-one CPU coolers: the Liquid Freezer II 240, and the Liquid Freezer II 420. Based on the same core design, the coolers are two of several models that Arctic Cooling offers across the spectrum, from a single 120mm fan up to the massive, triple 140mm fan 420 model. Of course, we're going to be diving into the behemoth 420 AIO cooler, but we're also taking a look at the much more sensible 240mm version of the cooler. How well does such a large cooler perform with regards to thermals and noise? And just how much better does that make the super-sized cooler over the more normal, widely compatible version...
A close look at a rare, but beautiful HTPC case.
Joshua Buss on 5/5/2005
An update to the original PC-60 case design, Lian Li has added a handful of new features to introduce to us the PC-60 Plus mid-tower chassis.
Purav Sanghani on 2/26/2005
In our first look at a mid-tower design from Antec, we look at their P160 aluminum chassis.
Purav Sanghani on 2/13/2005
After their first case, the Guardian, NZXT has taken some time to make various changes and improvements to create a new breed of their themed chassis, the Nemesis.
Purav Sanghani on 2/5/2005
We've been so occupied looking at all of the new, expensive PC cases that we almost forgot about those consumers who are looking for something with the right features...
Purav Sanghani on 2/1/2005
In our first ever HTPC case roundup, we look at models from CoolerMaster, SilverStone Technology, Ahanix, and NMediaPC to see which will help complete that home theater look for...
Purav Sanghani on 12/27/2004
With gaming chassis rolling out in the dozens, we look past the MGE Viper's factory modifications to decide whether its features and functions will keep us happy.
Purav Sanghani on 12/18/2004
Chenbro puts out a second version of its original Gaming Bomb chassis, the Gaming Bomb II.
Purav Sanghani on 12/14/2004
Many system builders have never actually seen, let alone used a Small Form Factor (SFF) system. They've been around for over three years, but the perception is often that...
Jarred Walton on 12/8/2004
Finally, Intel takes the blindfold off the eyes of the public to reveal their successor to the ATX form factor, Balanced Technology eXtended!
Purav Sanghani on 11/15/2004
SilverStone Technology was nice enough to send us a sample of their unreleased Lascala 10. We take a peek to see if it's ready for the home theater environment.
Purav Sanghani on 11/13/2004
Logisys brings us a variation of the CS888CL with a bright blue glow!
Purav Sanghani on 11/5/2004
Aspire International sends us a sample of their high end gaming chassis, the X-Navigator. We run it through our testing and perform an extensive analysis on its features and functionality.
Purav Sanghani on 10/26/2004
We tinkered with this gaming chassis to explore the features that it brings to a gamer's desktop.
Purav Sanghani on 10/16/2004
In our first ever HTPC case review, we take a look at Ahanix's D.Vine 4 HTPC case.
Purav Sanghani on 10/10/2004
SilverStone tries its hand at the BTX look with its ATX form factor, BTX-style Temjin 6.
Purav Sanghani on 9/25/2004
Thermaltake does a number on the standard look of their case, throwing in curves and a shiny new paint job.
Purav Sanghani on 9/10/2004
The Centurion 5 from Cooler Master looks great on the outside with the internal features that will appeal to any user.
Purav Sanghani on 9/1/2004
SilverStone Technology brings us a new chassis loaded with features and stamped with a new look, curves and all. Read on to see what makes this unique case so attractive.
Purav Sanghani on 8/25/2004
We have seen Enermax at its best with its line of power supplies for desktop and server applications, but that isn't all they have under their name. We open...
Purav Sanghani on 8/14/2004