DeepCool’s AG500 performed well in our testing, especially when noise normalized for silent operation when paired with AMD’s Ryzen 7700X CPU.
Silence is golden: Fractal Design’s Celsius+ S28 Prisma 280mm AIO Liquid Cooler Review
Fractal Design’s Celsius+ S28 AIO is one of the best coolers I’ve had the pleasure of testing. In it’s completely silent mode, which runs quieter than my noise meter can properly record, it still handles over 250W with Intel’s i9-13900K. In it’s PWM mode, it’s capable of handling over 290W.
IceBerg Thermal’s IceSLEET G4 Silent Air Cooler Review – tested with Ryzen 7700X & Intel’s i9-13900K
Iceberg Thermal’s IceSLEET G4 Silent provides good cooling capacity with whisper quiet noise levels
Intel’s Lex Hoyos clarifies the situation with undervolting
Intel didn’t block undervolting – but you might have to do it via BIOS settings instead of using XTU depending on your motherboard vendor’s choices
A cooler without fans?! Testing Noctua’s NH-P1 with Ryzen 7700x and Intel’s i9-13900K
Noctua needs no introduction, being well known amongst PC cooling enthusiasts for their unmatched customer service and top tier cooling […]
DeepCool LT520 Review – Strong Performance and Good Value in a $109 package
TLDR: Strong Cooling Performance, Value Price of $109 USD, but it runs a little louder than the competition.
Exclusive(?!) : Say goodbye to bloated, closed source software – CoolerMaster to release new, open source version of it’s software with API integration – and it can work with other coolers too!
CoolerMaster will be making it’s software suite open source
A new player enters the cooling game: Chatting with Iceberg Thermal at CES 2023
At CES 2023, I spoke with CEO Stephen Chow about Iceberg Thermal’s cooling solutions
No, you don’t need a high end cooler for Intel’s i9-13900K – Cooling Scaling Part 2
Even a SFF Air cooler will provide 86.7% of the performance that an AIO would bring in the most thermally demanding workloads
Intel i9-13900k Power and Cooling Scaling Overview
In gaming, enforcing a 95 watt power limit results in a 5.7% performance loss. More intensive workloads will cause the decifit will increase, in Cinebench imposing a 95 watt limit results in a 30% performance loss.