Global Win and Com Tek
Like ThermalTake, Global Win and Com Tek jointly had one of the more exciting booths at CeBIT.
We talked with Com Tek about a range of different products including Global Win's new watercooling kit called "Silent Stream" which we are told is the smallest in the world and will work with any SFF computer system and wattage warning power supplies.
First impressions of the Silent Stream from Global Win are good. When samples become available through Com Tek (Global Win's distributor in Australia) we will put it through its paces in one of our SFF systems.
We were particularly impressed with an upcoming power supply from Global Win which has wattage sensor LEDs on the bottom of the unit. When wattage is peaking to the power supply maximum capacity, the lights adjust slowly to a red color which warns you to stop adding devices to your system. Very cool!
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