Archive for July 8th, 2020
For any of our members who are also into Tablets as well as PCs, we just wanted to take a moment to share something from one of our sister-sites. We have a handy Android Tablets Summer Buyer’s Guide Series going on over at AndroidTablets.net!
2011 marked the most successful Cooler Master Global Case Mod Contest to date with a grand total of 89 completed projects spanning 37 different countries. Many of the projects went on to be featured in top media outlets around the world and were showcased at the world’s largest trade shows such as CeBIT and COMPUTEX. The 2012 Cooler Master Case Mod Contest promises to eclipse prior years by pushing the boundaries farther than ever before. Cooler Master will do this by calling upon talented modders from across the globe to showcase their skills in the “Tower Mod” and “Scratch Build” categories. This will be the first year that modders may step into new territory by submitting entries for the brand new “Cooler Mod” category. Will you rise to claim your seat alongside the best or will you be cast down into obscurity? The choice is yours. Get more details at: Mod Contest 2012
Chino, California – August 7th, 2012 – Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer today reveals a new razor thin, lightweight, and stylish laptop cooling pad, the NotePal I100. Ultra-portable. Ultra-effective. Coming in at a slender 23mm thickness with a lightweight metal mesh and plastic construction, NotePal I100 claims the crown as one of the slimmest and lightest weight laptop cooling pads available. Even with this low height, it still offers an ergonomic viewing and typing angle. It also packs a powerful 140mm fan that manages to deliver crucial airflow to cool your laptop while producing almost no noise. These features are rounded out by a thoughtful inclusion of an easy USB cable management system. Expressive Colors Nothing stands out from the crowd of thick, bland, and colorless laptop coolers like a pleasing array of colorful and ultra-thin NotePal I100 laptop cooling pads. Available in Blue, Red, Orange, White, Green, Pink, and Black, NotePal I100 gives you the means to express yourself in bold colors. NotePal i100 is available now and is exclusive to Amazon.com in the U.S. NotePal I100 will be available through alternate retail and online locations worldwide. Price and availability will vary based on region and country. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information. Click here for more details.
Ivy Bridge is in full swing since its introduction months ago, and Ivy Bridge's older brother, Sandy Bridge, will be phased out of Intel's line-up in the Fall of 2012. The best part of Ivy Bridge is a much more energy efficient processor design, and the only downside is some incresed heat. Ivy Bridge brings a performance boost over Sandy Bridge by shrinking the die to 22nm and increasing the transistor density with Intel's new 3D Tri-Gate Transistors. This keeps Intel's Tick Tock strategy rolling along.
ASUS introduced their Z77 motherboards with the P8 series and we have to say, the P8Z77-V Deluxe and Pro we reviewed, are another example of ASUS staying on top of the industry. These boards have some of the most creative and innovative features we have seen in some time. At that time, ASUS did not have any Republic of Gamer (ROG) motherboards ready to rock for the enthusiasts. But, just when you thought things were cooling off, ASUS heats things back up with the Z77 Maximus series. The Maximus series is available in the Gene, Formula and Extreme varieties, giving ASUS a "good / better / best" product lineup of choices for the gaming enthusiast.
Will it live up to The Republic of Gamers tradition? Let's dive in and see. Click through for the full review.