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EAX1950PRO graphics cards are 10°C Cooler than Generic X1950PRO Graphics Cards

ASUS have just added yet another ATI based graphics card to their lineup down under, this one based on the 80nm X1950Pro GPU. According to ASUS this card operates at around 10c cooler than the usual reference design due to the advanced cooling solution they've decided to plonk on it.


Grab the press material here for full details.


Sydney, Australia; 31st October, 2006 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the leading provider of graphics solutions, today introduced the ASUS EAX1950PRO graphics card series, featuring an advanced fan sink that lowers temperature by 10°C compared to reference designs. The all-new series balances high performance and stability, and packs the latest specifications to support the next-generation Vista operating system. The EAX1950PRO series includes two excellent solutions: EAX1950PRO CrossFire/HTDP/256M and EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M.


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BFG announces availability of 800W and 1000W PSUs

BFG are diving straight into the deep-end of the power supply market with a couple of PSUs announced a short time ago, these each being 800W and 1000W models with quad 12V rails, stacks of SATA connectors and much more.


Read all about them on BFG's website.


Lake Forest, IL - ( October 16, 2006 )- BFG Technologies®, Inc., the leading North American and European NVIDIA supplier of advanced 3D graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and other PC enthusiast products, announced today that the BFG 1000 Watt and BFG 800 Watt power supplies backed by BFG's famous lifetime warranty will be immediately available at leading retailers and e-tailers in North America.


"We continue to see a trend for PC's needing more power due to the success of NVIDIA's SLI technology as well as the multiple hard drives and multi-core CPU processors that enthusiast's are placing in their systems," said Scott Herkelman, executive vice president of BFG Technologies. "The BFG 1000 Watt and 800 Watt power supplies are geared to handle these power hungry components and provide gamers and enthusiasts alike with flexible, stable and superior power than what they may get from their power supply today."


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OCZ Technology Launches the EvoStream Power Supply Series

OCZ make headlines today with the introduction of their latest range of power supplies. Dubbed the "EvoStream" series, the first model to compliment the new series is a 600W offering with four +12v rails based around a modular cable management system.


For full details, check out the press release on OCZ's website, as well as the official product page folks.


Sunnyvale, CA-October 9, 2006-OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and components, today announced the new EvoStream Power Supply. The exciting addition to the prominent OCZ PSU family will be introduced in a 600W configuration and features an advanced 100% modular cable management system and polished, titanium mirrored case that is reminiscent of the award-winning ModStream line.


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First looks - ASUS Silent Square Cooler

There are certainly some pretty big and mean looking CPU heatsinks on the market these days but this new "Silent Square Cooler" from ASUS has to be one of the biggest and ugliest i've seen yet. The lads at Hardware Zone managed to arrange a sneak peek of it on the weekend.


ASUS may be one of the biggest component manufacturers around but it has yet to stamp its mark for cooling products. Many smaller firms specializing in cooling solutions have had great success but ASUS looks to continue rewriting its own uninspired history with yet another ambitious cooler, but there is actually something more to it than meets the eye. Does this towering ASUS Silent Square cooler have the street cred to attract the hardcore enthusiasts and the veteran overclockers?


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Antec Extends Premium PSU Warranty Period To 5 Years

Applicable to Antec's Neo HE and TruePower Trio PSUs, they've just issued out an announcement which makes light of a now extended 5 year warranty slapped on'em for extra peace of mind.


Fremont, CA - September 6, 2006 - Antec, Inc., the leading global brand of high-performance computer components for the PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, has announced that its premium power supply unit (PSU) lines have been upgraded to a Five-Year Warranty. Antec's high-efficiency Neo HE and TruePower Trio lines of PSUs will be warranted for five years from the date of purchase for parts and labor.


All Antec products have previously been backed by its industry-leading Three-Year Warranty. The new warranty will be retroactive to all selected PSUs purchased prior to the announcement of the new cover.


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Enermax Officially Intros 1KW PSU In Oz

I'm sure most anyone would be pleased to have one of these powering their rig, ENERMAX down-under have just officially intro'd their new GALAXY series 1000W power supply which boasts some pretty insane specs such as 5 seperate 12V rails, triple quad support (quad core/cpu/gpu systems) and much more.


Learn all about it by grabbing the official press material here, and also clicking on the thumbnail images below folks.


Sydney, Australia. - September 4 2006 Enermax Technology Corporation (Enermax) is proud to announce GALAXY, the long awaited high-end 1000watt PSU series.


After showing the world's first 1000W class PSU prototype in August 2005 at Games Convention show in Germany, the world wondered, why it has not been released ever since. The reason was a redesign to newest technology. While all other manufacturers have released since only ordinary 1000W class PSU's with normal 4 rail technology, ENERMAX decided to design a PSU, which would be able to power 2007 & 2008 server systems to give customers the utmost benefit possible.


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ASUS Unveils mATX TS-6 Chassis Series

A new lineup of mini-PC cases have just entered the market from ASUS, with a press release highlighting the birth of their new mATX based "TS-6 Series". These cases come as two seperate models (with a range of colours to choose from), with both the TS-63 and TS-6A differing only as far as appearance goes.


Check out the announcement here for full details.


Taipei, Taiwan; August 28, 2006 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS) today introduced t he TS-6 chassis series, which is stylishly designed for mini-PCs yet still offers ample interior space for the most advanced specifications and efficient heat dissipation. The innovative and slim design accommodates the latest must-have features, and permits both vertical and horizontal placements, providing the flexibility to fit in both offices and homes.


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Logitech Unveils ChillStream Controller for PC with Build-in Cooler

Logitech continue to impress with a new game controller for the PC dubbed the "ChillStream". Whats so chilly about it? the innovative built-in cooling solution to stop your hands getting all sweaty 'tis what!


Read all about it within Logitech's official PR located on their website.


FREMONT, Calif. - Aug. 22, 2006 - Logitech (SWX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) today unveiled a new game controller with an innovative built-in fan-based cooling system, designed to keep the hands of gamers cool and dry - even during intense competition. The Logitech® ChillStream™ controller for PC is the only new game controller to offer this exclusive, patented technology.


"We´re always evaluating the different kinds of materials and technologies that can help make the gaming experience more comfortable," said Ruben Mookerjee, Logitech´s director of product marketing for gaming. "But for intense action-games, there is nothing that can substitute for moving air - it´s the best way to keep hands cool and dry. These new controllers offer Logitech´s unique ChillStream hand-cooling technology without compromising on the size and design of the controller. And the fan is extremely quiet - you´ll know it´s on only because you can feel the air cooling your hands."


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