Archive for September 18th, 2018
Enermax, building on the strength and features of their Fulmo ST series, has released the COENUS series of chassis. Like the Fulmo ST, the COENUS features a three-dimensional black iron mesh for optimal cooling and an overall exciting visual effect. This fully covered chassis’ grill mesh allows for superior ventilation for cooling. The COENUS has 30mm of clearance for easy backside cable routing. On the side is a chic, full-cover acrylic side panel; one of the iconic features from Enermax where the builder can show off an individual or customized interior. This design with wide expansion allows the installation of high-end tower type components. The dual internal USB 3.0 ports will keep you up to speed with the SuperSpeed transfer ability and the internal 19-pin and USB 2.0 headers will help you maintain maximum compatiblity and expandability. By supporting eight 3.5″ or 2.5″ +1 expansion slots, the COENUS case has got terrific potential for expansion compared to other chassis of the same class. With this setup there can be up to 3 dual slot VGA cards installed. The flexible HDD configuration allows customized system builds such as: 7 x 3.5″ with upper HDD bracket in 3.5″ position ( 5 x 3.5″ for ECA3290B) 4 x 2.5″ + 3 x 3.5″ with upper HDD bracket in 2.5″ position ( 2 x 2.5″ for ECA3290B) 3 x 3.5″ with upper HDD bracket being removed for maximized VGA card cooling. To maximize the cooling performance, the En...
Chino, California – May 3rd, 2013 – Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and gaming peripherals, today launches the new CM University website. “CM University is a dedicated source for interacting with your gear in a more meaningful and effective way,” says Bryant Nguyen, Senior Product Marketing Manager. “We’re committed to educating new users and enthusiasts to better understand how the technologies implemented by Cooler Master can augment their computer experience.” The first available course focuses on helping users best understand the multitude of Cherry MX mechanical switches offered within the CM Storm line of gaming peripherals. Over the next few months, there will be additional enrichment courses added for mouse grip styles, gaming surfaces, power supply functionality, system building tips, and more. For more on CM University, visit http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/cmuniversity/
While the VisionTek GRX drive is certainly suitable for home or office use, there's also opportunity to employ it in a mail server or other IT applications. The GRX drive is bootable, and with claims of 800MB/s and 100,000 IOPS, such speed is typically expensive, but this PCI-E SSD currently retails for only $380 for the 240GB version. Sounds very tempting to us.
Taipei, Taiwan – May 3, 2013 – LUXA2, a premier designer and manufacturer of unique and functional mobile accessories including holders and cases, is proud to announce a brand new iPad mini accessory for in-car entertainment – MiniCinema iPad mini Case. Turn your iPad mini into a personal in-car entertainment system with MiniCinema iPad mini case. This leather case securely holds the iPad mini, and the adjustable elastic strap on the back of the case wraps around the car’s headrest. The iPad mini is positioned nicely on the back of the headset for passengers to watch videos, brows the web, play games and more while riding. The elastic strap also works as a convenient hand grip to provide extra security when holding the iPad mini. Key features: Genuine leather construction Adjustable strap attaches to the back of the car’s headrest Microfiber interior Full access to ports and controls Elastic strap also works as a handgrip www.thermaltake.com
Just yesterday we found some impressive overclocking results regarding Intels upcoming Haswell processors. After that we started digging a bit deeper and what we found is staggering. It looks like there is first proof for an upcoming AMD FX-8570 CPU as well as an upcoming Radeon HD 8970 graphics card. Honestly we really don’t know who is actually validating results of components, that have not yet been released. Never the less it’s nice for us to find proof for unreleased products. If you take a closer look at the CPU-Z validation screenshot under CPU PSN, there it says, that an AMD FX-8570 Eight-Core Processor has been in that system. We’re not sure yet, but it maybe that the 4300 MHz this CPU has been validated at, display the actual frequency of this CPU. Time will tell if we’re right with this or not. The second thing which is really amazing about this screenshot is the VGA, which must have been in that system. If you check GPU type you can read Radeon HD 8970. In this case, AMD must have working samples of their upcoming GPU generation. Unfortunately there is no more information available on this card at this time. But we’re definitely keeping you guys posted on updates. Source: oca Forum