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SilverStone has added to its Kublai series of PC cases, introducing the Kublai KL05 ATX tower case for PC enthusiasts. The case has been designed to fit liquid cooling systems, and should provide ample room for 240mm and 280mm radiators.
The case can support up to 8 drives, or 11 with the purchase of an additional drive cage. In addition, there is quick access filters so the case can be cleaned faster, a motherboard back plane slot for a CPU cooler, mesh front panel intake, and front-side intake vents. SilverStone is throwing in a 120mm fan to help get the cooling efforts started.
The SilverStone KL05B-Q and KL05B-W will be available starting on June 16, with a $69.97 MSRP.
Computex 2015 - Corsair is famous for their Hydro Series of CPU coolers, but their new GPU liquid cooling system is sure to impress, too.
Corsair's new HG10 was being shown off at Computex 2015, compatible with the GeForce GTX 970, GTX 980 and even Titan X.
Once again, with the HG10 keeping an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 cooled.
We will have a couple of these ASAP to throw on our Titan X cards, and then we'll see just how far we can push those bad boys!
Computex 2015 - One of the more beautiful cases being displayed at Computex this year was from German-based case and cooling manufacturer be quiet! with their new Silent Base 600 case.
The Silent Base 600 features two pre-installed Pure Wings 2 fans, with one being 140mm backed up by another at 120mm. Inside, be quiet! has spent considerable time with the construction and design of the Silent Base 600, for it to provide high cooling efficiency, along with silence.
Inside, there's plenty of room for expansion. be quiet! was demoing the Silent Base 600 with two NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X video cards, the perfect look for the style of the Silent Base 600.
Computex 2015 - We recently reported on In Win showing off its tempered glass case to the public at this years show in Taipei and now we've just come across three amazing renditions by Lian Li in the form of the PC-O5SX, PC-O6SX and PC-O7SX.
The PC-O5SX is the baby of the bunch and sports external bay support for one slim ODD drive, a HDD rack supporting three 3.5" drives and a single 2.5" plus support behind the motherboard tray for one 3.5" drive and one 2.5" or two 2.5". But wait, there's more - there is also storage on the motherboard tray for the same setup as there is behind. Video card support includes 190mm long cards sitting on top of a Mini-ITX motherboard.
Moving up to the PC-06SX, we're presented with a case that offers external bay support in the form of a single slim ODD drive or a 3.5"/2.5" hard drive and further extensive HDD bay support. HDD options include a rack which houses three 3.5" drives plus a single 2.5", behind the motherboard tray will support a single 3.5" plus two 2.5" drives and on the motherboard tray you can place two 3.5" offerings plus two 2.5" drives. This Micro-ATX chassis comes with four USB 3.0 ports and supports video cards up to 290mm in length.
Computex 2015 - Measuring in at 785mm high x 1300mm wide x 700mm deep, Lian Li's new glass-topped DK-03 desk chassis is certainly a sight to behold. This double system chassis is a continuation on the DK02 model as seen previously on TweeakTown.
As a note for the specifications coming up next, S1 = system one (left) and S1 = system two (right). Adding to the list of features is support for a single Slim ODD for S1 and S2, seven 3.5" or 2.5" hard drives in S1 and three in S2, a full-size ATX motherboard in S1 coupled with a Mini-ITX in S2, ATX power supplies for both systems and four USB plus HD audio separate for both S1 and S2.
Air cooling options include four 120mm fans on right and another four on the left hand size, coupled with support for 440mm long video cards in the main system with 160mm options for the Mini-ITX right hand side.
Computex 2015 - Well-known PC chassis maker SilverStone proudly displayed its Raven X (RVX01) case at Computex. The case, made of a steel frame, is available in red and black.
The ATX tower chassis has a top-oriented motherboard tray, supporting better heat exhaust with expansion slots and rear I/O pointing towards the top of the case. The 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drive bays are placed alongside the case's inner panels, and has fan mounts to support a 120mm rear exhaust, three 120mm bottom fan intakes, and a 120mm top exhaust.
Computex 2015 - Hardware company G.SKILL has unveiled its Ripjaws series PC power supply units, with four models that range from 750 watts up to 1250 watts.
The Ripjaws series has been designed to support he needs of PC enthusiasts and gamers, with each PSU featuring a full module design so cleaner cable management and better airflow is supported throughout the system. During low load operations, there is zero fan noise - and a 140mm fan helps cool down a user's PC when the temperatures rise.
The Ripjaws PS750G and PS850G models have been certified with 80 PLUS Gold and have a 90 percent efficiency rating. Meanwhile, the Ripjaws PS850P/PS1250P units received 80 PLUS Platinum certification and have 92 percent efficiency.
Computex 2015 - Pictured here is another 'Team TT Modding' chassis by Thermaltake, also featuring what seems to be a new vision and a new logo - the WP200.
This chassis, also build with modders and enthusiasts in mind, is on display packed with two Toughpower DPS G Gold power supplies, a full kit of Thermaltake Pacific custom watercooling, four ASUS Strix NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 video cards and two motherboards (one GIGABYTE, one ASUS).
This gigantic case sports a massive top-mounted watercooling section and has a ridiculous amount of interior room as seen through the images below.
Computex 2015 - The W100 case is yet another addition to Thermaltake's 'Team TT Modding' series, sporting a new logo and new attitude.
This case is a little less 'extreme' in nature and likely more suitable for the average user. Seen here it is packed full with a Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G 1050w Gold power supply, Pacific watercooling components, a single ASUS Strix NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 gpu and more.
The pictures below also show off what seems to be a new Thermaltake rigid tubing liquid cooling series of products, another new addition from this large-scale company.
Computex 2015 - Thermaltake has shown off its new WP100 case in style at Computex as part of what seems to be a new 'Team TT Modding' series, featuring an upgraded logo and different design from the 'Thermaltake norm'.
The system pictures is packed with a Thermaltake DPS G 1050W Gold power supply and completely cooled with Thermaltake Pacific watercooling series components.
We've been told that this new logo is for premium products only, don't expect the 'Thermatlake Sun' to disappear any time soon.