To obliterate the common misconception that AMD processors run hot and noisy, AMD has re-engineered the stock CPU cooler and came up with the Wraith cooler – the new stock processor cooler for AMD in the near future. Oh and the processors will also sport a new packaging too.
Cooler Master just revealed a modular chassis, high-end air cooler, and Titanium-rated digital power supply at CES 2016, part of its Maker Ecosystem range of products designed to enable enthusiasts to build their very own version of the ultimate PC.
Thermaltake just expanded its Water 3.0 line-up of AIO coolers with 240mm and 360mm radiators that come with 256-color illuminated fans and different lighting modes.
The new Thermaltake Suppressor F31 features modular sound dampening panels and support for a wide range of fan and radiator configurations.
Noctua is allowing owners of older Noctua coolers to request a free NM-i115X mounting kit on its website to enable compatibility with upcoming Intel Skylake processors and Z170 motherboards.
EK has annnounced the release of water blocks and retention backplates for the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X reference card. The EK-FC Titan X water block allows water to flow directly over critical components such as the GPU, RAM and VRM, which should allow for better and more stable overclocking. Hit the link to find out more!
Cooler Master revealed its latest lineup of LGA 2011 compatible CPU coolers, which also support the new LGA 2011-3 “Haswell-E” processors.
Thermaltake expanded its current lineup of all-in-one LCS (Liquid Cooling System) Water 3.0 Series with the launch of the new Water 3.0 Ultimate. Hit the link to uncover details of this high-end cooling system.
Addressing the cooling requirements of desktop PC and gaming rig users, Deepcool introduced the Maelstrom Series of liquid CPU coolers. The Series consists of three models: Maelstrom 120k, Maelstrom 120, and Maelstrom 240.
ECS showcased the LIVA, which is their full-featured sub-$200 Bay Trail mini PC at Computex 2014. This mini PC definitely brings out the lighter side of casemodding.