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Named the 805, this product is made out of tempered glass and aluminum and features ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboard support alongside being able to house two 3.5"/2.5" drives or four 2.5" drives in total.
Adding to the produce card, there is room for eight PCI-E slots, an included USB 3.1 Type-C connector, one USB 3.0 Type A port, two USB 2.0 ports and HD audio support.f an breath taking tempered glass and aluminum case
Computex 2015 - Following its all-in-one liquid cooling announcement, CRYORIG has also unveiled its Internet of Things power supply, the CRYORIG Pi.
Featuring 'wake on LAN' capabilities through its patent pending Zero Hassle Hardware Wake technology, CRYORIG claims that this PSU can wake up a remote PC to perform remote desktop functions or wake your PC after a power outage alongside controlling its own fan speed, record energy usage, give electricity bill estimations and more all through a single Wi-Fi connection and a smartphone app.
Being released in gold or platinum 80PLUS certifications and set for release in Summer 2016, this power supply will be launched in 660, 860 and 1000 Watt options.
Computex 2015 - The new A40, A40 Ultimate and A80 Hybrid Liquid Cooling (HLC) units by CRYORIG claim to combine "the strength of both Air Cooling and Liquid Cooling in an innovative package" as announced live at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan.
These three new HLC's boast improved airflow over competitors, citing this as a wide spread issue solved by none other than themselves, adding that temperature drops for your RAM and video card can be experienced by improving your CPU cooling capacity.
Attached to these coolers is CRYORIG's own patent pending Airflow Circulator Fan, described as a 3,000 RPM PWM control enabled 70mm fan.
Computex 2015 - If you're interested in an all-in-one water cooling unit for your main desktop PC, Fractal Design has just re-vamped its Kelvin Series with some enhanced features.
Featuring upgraded fans to the Dynamic GP-12 PWM series, these new additions boast quieter operating procedures with better airflow, a wide PWM speed range from 500-2000 RPM and a better fan speed control.
There's also a 9V speed adapter included with the package, ensuring full control can be maintained by the user and an improved dedicated fill port design, strengthened and accessible by hand with the aide of an Allen key or coin.
Computex 2015 - The Fractal Design Core 500 can fit within it's square chassis a total of three 3.5" drives, three 2.5" drives and a single 5.25" drive all at once alongside watercoolng, air cooling and a full sized video card.
If that's not enough for you, this 19.5 liter case will handle a full size ATX power supply and a mini-ITX motherboard which are kept clean by magnetic filters located on the side and top air vents.
Also supporting tall CPU coolers up to 170mm in height, this case comes stock with a Fractal Design Silent Series R3 140mm rear exhaust fan and will feature for the tiny price of $59.99 on release.
Computex 2015 - Antec has just unveiled its new Signature Series line of Premium Chassis, with the company spending over one year in development on the new chassis, with a never-before-seen internal structure.
Starting with a new look, the Signature Series starts with the flagship S10, a return to Antec's roots in "distinctive craftsmanship". Antec has used aluminum and premium materials in this elite chassis, with a smooth front panel which is highlighted by the fact that it doesn't feature external drive bays. This provides a "seamless and fluid exterior" on the S10, with opposing side doors in brushed aluminum (on the S10), or tempered glass (on the S10G).
Inside, Antec has provided a new and completely unique Three Chamber Design, which uses atmospheric pressure and isolation, with each chamber creates a thermal zone that has its own regulation system. When it comes to heat, there are three zones: with the motherboard and GPUs being housed in the main chamber. The motherboard chamber has support for extended ATX motherboards, right up to 10 PCIe slots, and four GPUs. We have space for a 280mm radiator up top, and 360mm in the front.
Fractal Design unleash its IComputex 2015 - Designed with the recently announced NODE 202 in mind, Fractal Design has released information on its new Integra SFX 450W 80PLUS Bronze power supply.
This power supply comes inclusive with the NODE 202 chassis and says to provide stable power for any demanding system components, customized connectors and tailored cables specifically for Fractal's NODE 202 design.
All in all, this product aims to offer a hassle-free installation process and perfect cable management.ntegra SFX 450w 80PLUS Bronze power supply to suit the tiny NODE 202 chassis
Computex 2015 - Self-described as "the ultimate PC case for those looking for a beautifully designed, compact chassis that can house a capable gaming build," Fractal has just announced its new NODE 202 mini-ITX chassis with accompanied by the tagline "size does matter."
This small case supports mini-ITX motherboards, SFX power supplied and video cards up to 310mm in length alongside air filters for a dust free experience.
The interior is a little different from the rest, providing you with a separate chamber for the motherboard and video card in order to help with overall cooling.
Computex 2015 - Corsair has just announced that it has produced an all-in-one Hydro Series H110i GTX cooler with one thing in mind, NVIDIA video card support.
This new cooler is complete with two 140mm fans on a 280mm radiator and comes out of the box with CPU cooling capabilities. In order to add it to your NVIDIA GPU of choice simply pick yourself up a HG10, N980 or N970 GPU cooling bracket and enjoy the ease of all-in-one cooling on your video card too.
Designed for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, GTx 980 Ti, GTX 980, and GTX 970 video cards, these brackets will set you back $39.99 on release in July.
Computex 2015 - Corsair has just unveiled its new Obsidian Series 750D with a new Airflow Edition that sports a perforated front grill which increases the airflow into the case, especially for systems that really need more cooling.
The new Obsidian Series 750D features plenty of room for expansion, with high-end cooling that will allow 750D Airflow Edition owners to build an enthusiast grade system without worrying about keeping their components cool. Inside, there are three AF140L fans to keep everything cool. When it comes to room for expansion, here's what we have:
- Perforated front grille for improved cooling
- Nine expansion slots for larger motherboards and running multiple video cards or expansion boards simultaneously
- Six tool-free 3.5"/2.5" combo bays in two modular hard drive cages, with room for two more cages for up to 12 combo drive bays
- Four tool-free 2.5" side-mounted drive cages for SSDs, out of the airflow path
- Three tool-free 5.25" bays for expansion
- Four front mounted USB ports for easy peripheral or external storage device connection