Best CPU Coolers 2019
The Ultimate Buying Guide
Selecting the best CPU cooler for your PC build is an important decision.
Sure, stock coolers can do a good enough job in keeping the temperatures down but…
If you’re looking for overclocking potential, or less noise during load, you’ll need to invest in one of the best CPU coolers of 2019.
Stock CPU coolers have improved over the years but they are nowhere near the performance of a third-party CPU cooler that is custom-made for performance.
So whatever your needs, you’ll find a great CPU cooler for your build on this list.
We’ve all been there, we bought a cooler that is far larger than what our set up can stand. Sometimes we exchange the cooler, sometimes we remove the heat-sinks off the memory sticks and sometimes we simply pray to the technological gods that the metal won’t short out components.
The Noctua D-Type NH-D15S with its superior clearance and asymmetrical layout does away with all those problems in one swift go. There is 65 mm clearance for memory heatsinks which is plenty of space for modern high-frequency DDR4 modules.
One of the best things about the Noctua D-Type NH-D15S’s design is the deliberate design that provides exceptional clearance. The lower heatsink fins are recessed on both sides to provide more space to the components. The upward shift of the design allows it to stay away from the PCIe slot. If you are using a graphics card on the first slot, it won’t interfere with the heatsink at all.
The Noctua D-Type NH-D15S is able to use a 120 mm or 140 mm fan, however, it needs to be of 15 mm thickness. The package also includes a fan which is capable of delivering speeds of 300 to 1500 RPM. It can push 140.2 cubic meters of airflow as well.
The Noctua D-Type NH-D15S also uses extra fan clips that can install another 140 mm or 120 mm fan to improve performance further. It is installed using the SecuFirm2 mounting system that makes it easy to install but also provides exceptional safety. The mounting that comes with the CPU cooler ensures great contact pressure and superb convenience for sockets.
The Noctua D-Type NH-D15S also ships with a 6-year warranty, which sounds amazing to our ears. That combined with great cooling potential without breaking the bank makes Noctua D-Type NH-D15S of our top-rated CPU air coolers of 2018.
- Beautiful Design: One of the first things you’ll notice about the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 is its design. It is a black anodized look that can easily fit in most builds without any problems.
- Fan: There is a 135 mm fan sandwiched between 2 radiators and an external 120 mm on the front. The smaller sized front fan gives clearance to the DRAM.
- Dimensions: Coming at 6.6 inches height, the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 might not be the tallest CPU air cooler of 2018, but it is certainly substantial. The manufacturer was still able to keep depth and width below 6 inches.
- Easy Installation: Installing the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 is a bit of a long process but it is entirely logical. We’re not going to sugarcoat it, it’s going to be a pain to install the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 but if you’re familiar with the installation, you’ll have no trouble at all.
- Exceptional Cooling Capacity: The be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 provides an exceptional cooling capacity of 250 W TDP which ensures lower temperatures even at significant loads.
- High-Performance Heat Pipes: There are 7 high-performance heat pipes on this great piece of hardware. We closely inspected the connection between the pipes and the cooler and found it to be very clean. The manufacturer has high-quality standards and it not only shows in the construction but also the performance.
The front fan of the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 comes with a splitter cable on the power connector. This allows it to attach its center fan. We also really loved how the width of the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 is snugly within cooling space limit of ATX motherboards. So the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 can easily be installed in Mini ITX and Micro ATX builds.
During our testing, we were pleasantly surprised by the fan performance of the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3. The main fan was able to reach 900 to 1700 RPM while the second one went from 1080 to 2080. These are significantly higher RPMs than other similar air-based CPU coolers. But that’s not the surprise, the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 was quieter than the competition despite having significantly faster RPM.
The be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 is a quiet performer that is well worth the asking price. Its enhanced double tower layout not only provides high cooling power but also reduces weight. Sure, it is not light enough to be used in prebuilt machines or ideal for those who move around their PC a lot, but its amazing performance makes it an easy recommendation.
If you are not aware of the TUF Gaming Alliance, it’s an alliance between several companies to work together well. From motherboards to power supplies and from chassis to power supplies, everyone coming together to work and look amazing.
The Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M is also the part of that alliance and comes with not only excellent cooling potential but also amazing look RGB lighting support.
- Compact Tower Build: If you are in the market for a compact or mid tower build, the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M should be on your radar.
- Very Compatible: It is compatible with a wide variety of AMD and Intel sockets so compatibility is not an issue.
- Two Cooling Fans: There are 2 cooling fans on the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M measuring 120 mm. both of them have full RGB support.
- Stylish Looks: The width is 5.21 inches, depth is 2.29 inches, and the height is 1.49 inches. The Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M is also a very stylish looking air-based CPU cooler with its stylized fins making a cooling tower.
- Design and Pipes: The very first thing you’ll notice about the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M is its well-shaped design. It is one of the best-looking quad heat pipe tower coolers around and we were surprised by how great its performances.
Compared to larger coolers with more heat pipes, the MasterAir truly proved to be a master and provided amazing performance.
Cooler Master provides all the mounting hardware to support Intel and AMD sockets. The PWM, as well as the RGB splitter, are also included in the package. Installing it is fairly easy as well thanks to its slim profile, we had no trouble using a screwdriver during installation.
There is also a new RGB controller that has a micro USB port included. The dual 120 mm RGB fans are placed on either side of the cooler and they look remarkable. The illumination powers of the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M truly make it a remarkable sight to behold thanks to its 28 addressable LEDs. The placement of LEDs is also great, they’re placed right along the external diameter of the shroud.
We placed Noctua NH-D15S right on top of our list simply because it can fit almost into any build. Selecting the best CPU air cooler was a little hard but we settled on the one cooler that fits all builds and provides amazing performance.
However, what if you don’t need to fit the cooler in smaller builds? Then you go for its bigger and slightly older sibling; The Noctua NH-D15.
We had amazing expectations when we got our hands on the Noctua NH-D15. Suffice to say, the Noctua NH-D15 passed them all with flying colors. We’ve previously tested the Noctua NH-D14 a while back and we instantly fell in love with it but the Noctua NH-D15 is a beast of a cooler that will keep your build running smoothly with ease.
- 6 Heat Pipes: The Noctua NH-D15 has 6 heat pipes and weighs 1320 g. The heat pipes are made from copper while the fins are of aluminum.
- Dual Tower Design: It is a dual tower design that can be mounted using SecuFirm 2 mounting system.
- Mounting Kits: Noctua is famous for providing support to their customers by giving mounting kits for future builds. This one also arrives with an NM-I3 mounting kit that ensures backward compatibility.
- Compatibility: The Noctua NH-D15 is compatible with a lot of Intel and AMD sockets. On the Intel side, you can expect support for LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, and LGA2011. As for AMD, the Noctua NH-D15 supports sockets from AM2 to FM2.
The Noctua NH-D15 uses a dual tower design that looks sleek and beautiful. The fins are cut off to offer better memory compatibility when you are using the Noctua NH-D15 in single fan mode.
Not a lot has changed from the Noctua NH-D14S in terms of design and that saves a lot about the fantastic initial design. The connection between the cooler and the heat pipes are marvelous, the heat pipes are spaced evenly as well. The overall look of the Noctua NH-D15 is sophisticated and it looks like a true performer.
There are 2 fans in the back is as well. Both of them can spin around 300 to 1500 RPM. There are also low noise adapters available, they reduce the RPM to a maximum of 1200. On the fins, you’ll find ridges that aid in better airflow. The fans are brown and cream color which is a staple of Noctua coolers. During our testing, the Noctua NH-D15 performed extremely well and gave a tough time to other CPU coolers. However, despite being consistently around the top, the Noctua NH-D15 was silent in operation. At max load, the Noctua NH-D15 only reached 70 centigrade, which is only behind a liquid cooler.
The Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 is a gigantic CPU air cooler that has a towering presence and equally matching performance.
One of its major selling points is the 3-D Vapor Chamber technology that offers a great cooling solution for high-performance components. And we can attest, the technology works really well and the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 is well worth its asking price.
One of the first things you’ll notice about the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 is its design. The huge air CPU cooler has two fans on each side of the heat sink. The company has added a shroud as well as LED lighting to further enhance the look of the CPU cooler. It is a bold look that gives Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 a commanding presence. It is a big air-based CPU cooler and will take a lot of space inside your build, so you have to make sure you have enough room inside the chassis as well as on the board to use it.
Cooler Master has been pushing their Maker Movement for a while and it is really a remarkable thing. The Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 is also a part of the insanely customizable Maker Movement and hence has customization capabilities. Apart from the main structure, Cooler Master allows users to further customize their CPU cooler according to their own needs. The single tower design of the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 ships with 4 different options. You can easily change the top cover plates, run the cooler without the shroud, remove the dressed up insert to create a unique look yourself.
Cooler Master goes further by providing optional fan brackets that allow users to easily swap the 140 mm fans with something smaller like 120 mm ones. This level of customization is not usually seen on air CPU coolers and is a welcome one. The modular customization options of the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 makes it a truly unique experience for someone who wants to customize their build completely.
But that’s not all though, the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 also ships with 3-D Vapor Chamber Design. Cooler Master has previously used this technology so they are not inexperienced. The Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 is their first air CPU cooler with a vapor chamber. During our testing, we found that the Cooler Masker MasterAir Maker 8 provides exceptional cooling potential. The included 140 mm fans are 25 mm thick. They can easily spin from 800 to 1600 RPM. They are also rated to last you 160000 hours. We were worried that they would sound loud but they hovered around 26 dB at peak speeds.
Corsair has been around in the PC peripheral business for a very long time and their CPU coolers are some of the best ones in the industry.
If you’ve personally used their all in one liquid CPU coolers in our personal bills and they have performed exceptionally well. So we were positively excited to test the CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100i PRO and each member of the team was looking forward to taking it home with them.
The CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100i PRO provides impressive cooling for your build. While it is smaller than the 360 mm model, the 240 mm liquid CPU cooler leaves you with extra space in the casing and save you some money that can go towards another competent.
While the CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100i PRO does come with RGB lighting, it is much more muted than the competition. It may not be the best choice for those looking to bathe their build in RGB lighting, but the cooling performance more than makes up for its lack of illumination.
The CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100i PRO uses copper base contact plate for better conductivity between the cooler and the heat spreader on the CPU. The liquid CPU cooler also ships with a pre-applied thermal compound which will be more than enough for many users. If you’re an advanced overclocker, you may need to wipe it off and apply your own solution.
When it comes to the cooling potential, the CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100i PRO is a remarkable piece of hardware. It shares blows with not only its larger sibling but also the larger NZXT Kraken. It may not sound striking but when you consider the price and size of the 260 mm H100i Pro, these results become downright impressive. The 120 mm fans do a remarkable job of spinning from 1300 to 2400 RPM depending on the load.
NZXT makes some of the best looking liquid CPU coolers and the NZXT Kraken X72 360 is absolutely no exception.
The latest addition to the lineup is the NZXT Kraken X72 360 which offers amazing performance while looking stunningly beautiful. A 360 mm aluminum radiator combined with a well-built pump delivers exceptional performance that you can easily rely on during extensive workloads or gaming sessions.
The manufacturer has given a great deal of thought behind what to include in the package and you’ll find everything you need to mount the NZXT Kraken X72 360 inside. The liquid CPU cooler is compatible with all the mainstream AMD and Intel sockets. There is also a bracket included extending the compatibility to AMD Threadripper as well. Of course,
In order to manage the heat better, NZXT included 3 AERP120 fans that can spin up to 2000 RPM. There is also a mini USB type B to 9 pin table that allows the NZXT Kraken X72 360 to communicate with the bundled software. You also need an available 9 pin USB header on the motherboard to avail this functionality. On the software side, we were really impressed with the versatility of the NZXT CAM software.
Not only it allows full customization of the RGB functionality but it also gives you an overall look at the entire system. This also includes drive storage, memory utilization and details about the NZXT Kraken X72 360.
The actual pump of the NZXT Kraken X72 360 is inside the CPU cooling block. It also shows off the beautiful NZXT logo and its infinity mirror top. It is a remarkable look and will grab the attention of any passerby’s.
In all honesty, we give major props to NZXT for trying to include such app beautiful looking RGB set up. We also really like how the pump has a 90° swivel capability that allows easier installation and relocation of the nylon hoses. Turn the cooling Mario upside down and you’ll see a circular copper block.
The NZXT Kraken X72 360 comes with a pre-applied thermal compound which will be more than enough for general users. Due to the thermal paste already present, you won’t get a good look at the copper block.
The NZXT Kraken X72 360 also comes with rubber grommets situated around the mounting holes. This allows the 120 mm fans to reduce vibration based noise. A point to be noted here is that none of the fans feature RGB lighting so you’ll only get illumination on the CPU cooling block. Speaking of performance, the NZXT Kraken X72 360 provide some of the lowest temperatures around.
In fact, during our testing, it consistently came on top when compared with other liquid CPU coolers.
Not everyone is looking to build a full or mid-tower PC so the Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L fills the void of single fan liquid CPU coolers nicely.
Of course, the price can be an issue for many builders as well so striking the perfect balance between performance and price is important. The Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L is a single fan liquid cooler that aims to achieve that.
The Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L is from the MasterLiquid Lite series so we were interested to see how the manufacturer shaved off the features. Of course, the Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L won’t be able to compete with the standard ML or ML Pro lines of products but we were hoping that there were not many performance cuts done to achieve the lower price. And thankfully, after extensive testing, we found that the Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L is a nifty little liquid CPU cooler and works really well despite its small size.
Speaking of the sealed loop,
There is a radiator that is 157 mm tall, 27 mm thick and 120 mm wide. While it is painted black, it is made out of aluminum. The tubing is around a foot long with more than enough. It also made out of low evaporation materials and is covered in a plastic braid. The cooling block has a copper plate as well as the pump which is rated to run for 70,000 hours. During our testing, we found that the Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L runs very quietly and won’t be making any additional noise during peak operation.
On the radiator, you’ll find the 120-millimeter fan that is also used on other far expensive products from Cooler Master. The fan is capable of delivering 67 CMF with 2.34 mmH20 pressure. The fan is controlled by a 4 pin fan connection and can last around 140,000 hours. There are also 4 RGB LEDs inside the shroud. The RGB lighting is beautiful to look at and as a further layer of customization on the Cooler Master MASTER LIQUID ML120L.
Thermaltake makes some of the best PC peripherals and cooling components and their Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT is no exception.
Despite having such a long name, the Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT keeps it simple when it comes to cooling. Simply put, it is one of the best liquid CPU coolers of 2018 and can look stunning while it is actively cooling down your CPU during intense usage.
The Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT is a large RGB CPU cooler that has a lot to offer. Sure, you can easily turn off the lights if you don’t need them but if you are purchasing a liquid CPU cooler this pricey, you should keep them on.
- Triple Fan Set: The triple 120 mm fan set up of the Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT makes it one of the biggest closed-loop CPU coolers around. It measures at 1.1 inches without the fans but 2.2 inches with them.
- Dimensions: Is 4.7 inches wide, has 15.4 inches depth and the pump is 1.7 inches high.
- Connectors: The manufacturer opted to include proprietary ones. There’s a 3 pin connector for the pump and in 9 been internal USB header interface for the controller hubs.
Inside the box,
You’ll find everything you will need to mount it on any of the latest and mainstream AMD or Intel sockets. There is the radiator, a device controller hub, mounting brackets, standoffs, three 9 pin fans, lock rings, adapter cables, and mounting screws. The controller hub is capable of connecting 5 devices, this also includes the RGB controller for the fans as well as the pump. The CPU cooler contact is made out of copper and comes with pre-applied thermal paste.
After the installation, the Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT looks remarkable. It is partially thanks to the design but mostly due to the beautiful RGB lighting. You can easily control color patterns and the behavior of the RGB lighting making it more personalized.
When it comes to performance, the Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT is simply one of the best ones around. It has immense cooling potential and can easily keep the temperatures low even if you are doing heavy overclocking. The fans on the radiator go from 900 to 1800 RPM depending on loads. The Thermaltake Floe Triple Riing RGB 360 TT was also surprisingly quiet during our testing which is also a plus point.
Corsair is one of the best manufacturers when it comes to PC peripherals and chassis.
There also amazing at making closed-loop liquid coolers for CPUs and high-quality fans. So naturally, we were really excited to test the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO for this users guide.
Long story short, we came out very impressed with how well the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO performed during peak load. It may not be able to compete with larger radiators but it will still provide some excellent cooling for your build.
The CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO is an all in one liquid CPU cooler that comes with a 120 mm radiator. It is also designed to be low noise and has a single color white LED. Yes, there is no RGB lighting on this liquid CPU cooler. The LED illuminated pump head still looks brilliant with its white light if you’re going for a black and white build this liquid CPU cooler is going to fit right in.
There is a 120 mm high-density radiator that provides relatively amazing cooling performance. There is a singular Corsair fan on the radiator to keep the air flowing. It can spin 600 to 1700 RPM. Like other Corsair fans, this one is very low noise and doesn’t even make much noise at maximum RPM. There’s also a thermally optimized cold plate that comes with pre-applied thermal paste. The pump is designed for efficient and quieter functionality and it does the job really well.
Speaking of compatibility, it is really easy to mount the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO on mainstream sockets from both Intel and AMD. During our testing we found the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO to be of great quality when it came to cooling potential. Despite having a single fan on a smaller radiator, the CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO was able to keep the temperatures low on our test bench. It is not the coolest one around but it will get the job done admirably.
These were the best CPU coolers of 2018, we hope that you found something of your liking on this list. Read on to learn how we selected the best CPU coolers and about our testing process.
Best CPU Cooler Buyer’s Guide
It may seem like purchasing a CPU cooler for your build is simple and in most cases it is. However, if you want to get more performance out of your build, you’ll need to invest in a third-party CPU cooler and ditch the stock one that came with the processor.
What Does a CPU Cooler Do?
Modern processors come with a temperature sensor built-in that ensures the processor never overheats. However, if the temperature goes above a certain threshold, the processor will throttle the performance until the temperature normalizes again. This means you’ll get less performance out of the components inside your PC.
Thermal throttling is a genuine issue for a number of different users. Power users who like to render 3-D models, architects want to modify huge files and even gamers who want to get the best performance and frame rate out of their build. A CPU cooler tries to move the heat away from the competence and exhaust them outside the chassis. This ensures the temperature remains optimal and your performance never gets throttled.
The basic functionality of a CPU cooler is simple, heat pipes that are made from copper are filled with a liquid that vaporizes when heated. The vapor then travels to where the cooler where it gets goes down and condenses. The whole process releases the heat that was captured by the liquid. Mostly a large area of cooling fins is used along with a fan to further enhance the cooling effect.
Do You Need a Third-Party CPU Cooler?
While stock CPU coolers that ship with the processor are good enough for most cases, they are not equipped to handle extreme performance. A third-party CPU cooler is definitely needed to push the processor to its boundaries. If you are looking to overclock your processor, a third-party CPU cooler becomes a necessity rather than an option. Stock coolers are not capable of handling that amount of heat generated by performance.
You may also want a third-party CPU cooler to keep the noise levels down. Some stock CPU coolers can get a little noisier depending on how noise proof your chassis is, so it makes sense to invest in a better and cooler CPU cooler and reduce the noise. We’ve included a lot of different CPU coolers that provide almost silent operation so if you’re looking to build a nearly silent PC, there are a lot of great options available.
The 3rd reason you may want a third-party CPU cooler is not something everyone would do. If you are a person who prefers a certain look when building a PC, a stock cooler will look downright ugly to you. So getting a customizable or even a better looking third-party CPU cooler is the best way to go. There are some downright gorgeous looking CPU coolers of 2018 so it will be easy to go for the one that perfectly fits your needs.
Types of CPU Coolers
There are 3 major types of CPU coolers but they can be further categorized. We will discuss the benefits of each of them and help you decide what type of CPU cooler is best for your build.
Air CPU Coolers
As the name implies, the air-based CPU coolers rely on good old-fashioned air to cool down your processor. They use copper heat pipes as well as aluminum fins to keep the temperature lower. Usually, there is a fan but you can even find air-based coolers that are completely passive and noiseless.
Air CPU coolers are super simple to install and don’t require anything extra. These are the most common CPU coolers you’ll find in the market.
There are not many drawbacks of using an air CPU cooler, however, if you are an extreme overclock enthusiast, they may not be sufficient enough for you. But for normal users with some heavy loads or gaming needs, these will do perfectly fine.
Water CPU Coolers
There was a time when the water CPU coolers were all in the rage. Not only they looked amazing but also provided good quality cooling experiences. However, these days they are not so common. There are several reasons behind their unpopularity. The biggest one is the installation process which can be cumbersome for a lot of users.
The 2nd is the chance of them leaking and potentially destroying your whole build.
So it is very difficult to find them in normal builds these days.
AIO CPU Coolers
All in one CPU coolers combine the benefits of liquid CPU coolers and the ease of installation of air CPU coolers into one package. You’ll be getting the cooling power of water but you will need to put anything inside it yourself. As they are closed loops, they won’t need any maintenance and have a very small chance of leaking if properly handled.
All in one CPU coolers provides some of the best performance there is and they can look downright gorgeous in a proper build.
If you an enthusiast who wants to overclock their processor, this is the way to go.
How Did the Test?
All of the CPU coolers were tested on this same system with the exact same specs. The use an Intel i7 8750 Coffee Lake processor, 8 GB of RAM, 700 W power supply, Nvidia 970 GPU and Cooler Master MasterCase 5 mid-tower chassis. We also tested the CPU coolers in a temperature regulated room set at 26°.
We tested around 16 different CPU coolers that the ordered based on research and then tested them all out one by one. It took a little while to completely test them, especially because we ran several benchmarks as well as ran organic tests on it. We rendered a 15-minute 4K video and played 20 minutes of Far Cry 5 on the system. It was a fairly simple but time-consuming process test all the best CPU coolers of 2018.
Final Words – Wrapping It up
With a choice of hundreds of amazing CPU coolers available, it is a little daunting to select the best CPU cooler for your build. Of course, every computer user has their own personal needs and conditions to fulfill. And not every CPU cooler will suit every user. This is exactly why we have included vastly different CPU coolers on this buyers guide.
We also took great care to include not only budget CPU coolers but also top of the line flagship ones. In most cases, all you need to do is get the best air CPU cooler and call it a day. The air CPU coolers of today are remarkable cooling marvels the can easily provide exceptional cooling for your heavy workload or gaming endeavors.
Some of the best air CPU coolers can even rival the cooling powers of all in one closed-loop liquid CPU coolers. So if you are looking for a simple change of a CPU cooler, the air-based ones are the best bet for you.
However, if you’re looking for extreme performance, you’ll need to look towards the all in one closed-loop CPU coolers. They are capable of providing stable performance for an extended period of time. Not only that, but they also look stunning when set up right. Of course, a few all in one liquid CPU coolers come with a remarkable RGB lighting. You may not be a fan of RGB lighting but for those who are, the colorful illumination is a sight to behold.
We hope that the best CPU coolers of 2018 buyers guide will help you make a conscious decision that will not only keep your CPU cooler but also provide you with greater performance even in the summers.
We tried including top-of-the-line CPU coolers in all categories but of course, be made have missed some that are equally remarkable. Feel free to inform us if we have missed an epic CPU cooler that deserves to be on the list.