The lads at Nordic Hardware have spotted a spiffy new lineup of cases on the horizon from Thermalright. With only a brief teaser on their website to go by for now, details are quite scarce but it appears this new case series will use integrated heatpipe technology to better assist the removal of heat from inside the chassis.
I'll be sure to update you all with more info on them as it arises, most probably during the course of Computex over the next few days.
Thermalright has published a teaser at its website about a new series of computer cases. The thing about this new series of cases is that Thermalright has used heatpipe technology for cooling the components. I.e. heatpipes in the actual case for removing the heat, a concept we've seen with mCubed and its HFX series. Thermalright hasn't released any detailed information about the new series, but it has released a number of pictures of four different cases using heatpipe technology; one two case and three desktop cases.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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