The GX-7 has 7 heat-pipes and can support dual fans for those CPU’s that need extra cooling from a quality company.Check out more at Gelid.
Posted in Computex 2011, PC Cooling
Tagged AMD, ati, computer, Computex 2011, cooler, cooling, core, CPU, dual-fan, fans, GELID, GX-7, heat pipes, Intel, Nvidia, solutions
The Venom Toxic case and Venom Strike cases + the Venom Voodoo cooler + 14cm and 12cm case fans with S blade design giving 30% higher airflow.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, PC Cases
Tagged 12cm fans, 14cm fans, 2011, air cooling, AKASA, Case, Chassis, Computex, Computex 2011, cooler, cooling, fan, fans, strike, taipei, Taiwan, Toxic, Venom, Voodoo, water, water cooling
The very quiet Media Center has Windows 7 and comes as Blu-ray version, a DVD version or with SSD, and works in combination with smart phone apps to stream music and videos separately or at the same time.
Posted in Computex 2011, Digital Home, Event Coverage
Tagged 2011, Actic, Arctic Cooling, Cases, Chassis, computer, Computex, Computex 2011, cooling, HTPC, media center, pc, quiet, systems, Technology
The Strike-X from Aerocool can fit the biggest motherboards to be found on the market today, and features many great cooling options bringing your high performance PC to the next level.
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Tagged 2011, Aerocool, Case, Chassis, computer, Computex, Computex 2011, cooling, pc, strike, taipei, Taiwan
Arctic Cooling has always dominated the CPU cooling and peripheral market, but recently they launched the Arctic Hobby business unit to cater for the kid in all of us. The remote control devices and TV game units are easy to use and of the usual high quality you expect from the Swiss based company.
GlacialTech @ Computex 2010 introducing products from it’s three different product lines: power supplies, cooling and LED lighting solutions.
From GlacialPower Rex Lin introduced us to the slim type combo adapter for retailer notebooks/ e-books and tablets. The voltage is adjustable, and with the USB output, additional devices can be charged from this one. From GlacialTech he introduced “Siberia” which is a large CPU cooler with 6 heatpipes and a large high volume fan. The cooler is ideal for gaming and high end PC systems. The second model is called Alaska, and also has 6 heatpipes per side., although the cooling method is crossover cooling as opposed to top down cooling in the Alaska model. The GlacialLight section was showing off the dimming capability of the LED BR40 globe. Most regular LED lights cannot be dimmed at all, however GlacialLight has the answer.
Check out more at : Http://www.glacialtech.com
Posted in Computex 2010, Event Coverage, LED Technology, PC Components, PC Cooling, PC Power Supplies
Tagged 2010, Alaska, Computex, Computex2010, cooling, CPU, fan, GlacialTech, heatpipe, led, light, power, Siberia, supply, Technology