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Daily News Round #1 for September 20, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for September 20, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Sep 20, 2005 12:48 pm

- GIGABYTE Launches G-Power Lite Cooler

GIGABYTE have just introduced a new member to their G-Power lineup of CPU coolers. The new G-Power Lite Cooler sticks with a traditional heatpipe design, copper heatsink base, and relatively silent 2000 to 2450rpm fan (adjustable via included speed controller). For further details, grab a hold of GIGABYTE's official announcement.


Taipei, Taiwan September 19th, 2005 - GIGABYTE Technology Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards, VGA cards, processor coolers and other computing hardware solutions, today introduced the G-Power Lite CPU cooler, the newest value offering in the highly acclaimed G-Power cooler series. Keeping with the proven universal platform heat pipe design of the G-Power Series, the new LED free Lite cooler effectively dissipates heat away from not only the CPU, but also its surrounding components with minimal noise due to reduced air friction and turbulence.


- Arctic Cooling Release Rev. 3 NV Silencer 5

Designed to fit NVIDIA's 7800 series of graphics cards, popular VGA heatsink/fan maker Arctic Cooling have just released their new NV Silencer 5 (Rev. 3) cooler. This cooling solution keeps silence in mind whilst offering excellent cooling performance (incl. passive memory cooling) for some very nice overclocking potential. check out Arctic Cooling's official PR here for more info folks.


Pfäffikon/ Hong Kong, 29.08.2005: Swiss cooling manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING launches a new version of the NV Silencer 5. The 3rd Revision now includes an additional passive memory cooling for the 7800 models. Thanks to the DHES (Direct Heat Exhaust System) the award winning NV Silencer 5 continues to provide not only easy installation but excellent cooling performance while still operating extremely quietly. The same technology enabled ASUS EN7800GTX TOP Limited Edition to reach higher clock rates and become the fastest graphic card on the planet. ARCTIC COOLING's long-lasting ceramic bearing i.e. 6 years warranty sets the standard.


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Fall Extreme Gamer System Shootout Part 5: Falcon Northwest Mach V @ Toms Hardware
- Biostar Sells "TForce", a Mysterious Mainboard @ XBit Labs
- Klipsch iFi iPod Speaker System @ The TechZone
- Dell Enters Affordable Portable Player Market @ XBit Labs
- Toshiba TS 921 3G mobile phone @ Trusted Reviews
- HIS X800GT IceQ II Turbo 256mb PCI-E @ Tech-Mods
- Asus Extreme N6600GT Silencer @ AMDZone
- ATI Avivo Technology Preview @ Beyond3D & Hexus


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