Cases/Cooling/PSUs

In today’s review we are taking a look at a passively cooled power supply, the SilverStone Nightjar NJ700. Despite the lack of active cooling, the NJ700 can continuously output up to 700 Watts, underscoring its very high efficiency as well as the rest of its impressive electrical specifications. Thanks to it's impeccable design and component selection – courtesy of OEM SeaSonic – the overall performance of the Nightjar NJ700 is world-class, making it more than a match for the even the vast majority of actively cooled 700W PSUs on the market today. Just don't expect one of the best PSUs we've ever reviewed to come cheaply.

Senfu Watercooler Unit

As the clock speed of today's processors increases, so does the amount of heat that they dissipate. The quest for more efficient cooling techniques has lead companies to...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/22/2000

Athlon Cooler Roundup (March 2000)

Three new heatsinks have made it into our labs since last month's roundup. Looking to cool that Athlon of yours? Read on to find out if the...

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/13/2000

Athlon Heatsink Roundup (February 2000)

A comparison of ten Athlon heatsinks available, with a special focus on high performance heatsinks suitable for overclocking

0 by Tillmann Steinbrecher on 2/21/2000

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