Cases, Cooling & PSU News - Page 12
ENERMAX have launched their new premium ATX mid-tower silent chassis, the EQUILENCE. Thanks to the use of high density insulation foam, the EQUILENCE is able to provide unparalleled silent performance. Featuring 4mm full-view tempered glass panel, this chassis is able to house 9 fans and multi-radiator support for liquid cooling enthusiasts.
The EQUILENCE excels in regards to liquid cooling, with the capability to mount a radiator in 4 different locations (front, rear, top and side). This allows for great flexibility when building custom loops. The open layout inside the case allows for up to 9 fans to be mounted, this increases ventilation to aid cooling without the unwanted noise thanks for the EQUILENCE's high density insulation foam.
Seasonic have added the PRIME Ultra Series power supply range to compliment their award winning PRIME series range. The PRIME series won the prestigious Power Supply of the Year 2017 European Hardware Award and Seasonic haven't let their standards slip once inch with their flagship PRIME Ultra Series.
The PSU market is shifting, more energy efficient graphics cards and motherboards don't require ridiculously high-output power supplies. The PRIME Ultra series targets this market, with high-end, high-efficiency power supplies that provide customers with exactly what they require. Thanks to high quality components, these PSU's are capable of suppressing ripple noise and create clean, effiecent power output.
Sharkoon have released the robust AI7000 ATX case. Available in in two editions, the Silent and the Glass editions, they're almost identical except for, yep you guessed it, a tempered glass side panel.
The Sharkoon AI7000 Silent features damping mats that are installed on both sides, top and front panel to effectively reduce the operating noise of the PC, without affecting the airflow. The AI7000 has room for two 2.5" drives hidden behind the motherboard and room for up to 380mm long graphics card, there's even enough room up front for a 280mm radiator.
The front panel offers two USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and audio ports, finished with colored accents on the front air intakes that are avaliable in red, green, blue and black, which determine the color variant of the case.
Thermaltake have revealed their latest micro-ATX case, the Versa H18 Window Micro case. This traditional style case features a wide body with a front bezel that is dominated by a mesh grill, while the side-panel features a clear-acrylic window in favor of the more common, and expensive tempered glass.
The front panel includes plenty of functionality with a USB 3.0 type-A port, two USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. The Versa H18 Window Micro supports either three 120mm or two 140mm fans along the front, with either a 120/140mm on the top, and a 120mm rear exhaust fan. As for liquid cooling, there is enough room to mount a 240/280mm radiator at the front.
Weighing in at 4.5kg, this micro-ATX case is made from SECC steel and features a horizontal dual-compartment design that allows the PSU and 3.5" drives to be housed separately. With support for up to 350mm length graphics card, the Versa H18 Window Micro case presents extremely good value at $50.
Lian Li aren't new to the PC chassis game, and they know that not every person wants their PC case to feature RGB lighting and tempered glass panels. Lian Li have showed off their new range of all-aluminium PC cases, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720. Lian Li hold a reputation of exception build quality, and this range is no different. Crafted with high-quality materials and offering a spacious solution for high-performance desktop builds or for HTPC use.
All three models will be available in an elegant bare aluminium or black finish and feature an intake and exhaust fan for excellent performance. Compatible with Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards, this range offers PC enthusiasts a chassis that doesn't take their attention away from their PC screen while still offering a luxurious case to complement their desk or home entertainment unit.
I recently posted the release ENERMAX's MaxTytan 750 & 850W PSU's, I'm sure some people were curious if we would see any high output power supplies. Well, it didn't take long for an answer, ENERMAX have announced the launch of the 1050W and the 1250W MaxTytan power supplies. These two top of the range full modular power supplies are 80 PLUS Titanium certified and feature some impressive technologoy including DFR (Dust Free Rotation), semi-fanless control, in-built wattage meter and COOLERGENIE.
ENERMAX have included a wattage meter with their top of the range MaxTytan models, this allows for real-time power consumption figures that provides excellent results for benchmarking or load balancing. The DFR technology associated with these MaxTytan PSU's ensures longevity and reliablitiy for your premium power supplies by spinning the PSU fan in reverse upon startup.
ARCTIC have added the new gaming specific BioniX case fans along with the powerful Freezer 33 eSports Edition CPU cooler to their product range. Tailor made for gamers, these products are aesthetically pleasing while maintaining high performance thanks for the extremely silent 3-phase motor.
The BioniX fans are available in two variants, the F120 and F140 based on their multiple fan sizes. Available in 4 color variations, the Patented PWM Sharing Technology regulates variable fan speed from 200 to 1800 RPM to allow for silent gaming with performance on demand.
"The newly developed, whisper-quiet 3-phase motor guarantees long gaming sessions without annoying noise. Due to the low coil temperature, the service life of the BioniX case fans is four times longer and we extend the warranty to 10 years", says Magnus Huber, CEO of ARCTIC.
SilentiumPC have announced the new Regnum RG4 chassis. The RG4 continues SilentiumPC's mission of delivering high quality cases that produce impressive air-flow without breaking the budget. The RG4 range includes four varients- RG4/RG4F (solid side panel in pure black or frosty white) and RG4T/RG4TF (pure black or frosty white with tempered-glass panel).
Featuring a dual-chamber layout, the RG4 series offers functionality and solutions for all modern system requirements that includes support for up to 380 mm long graphics cards and up to 159 mm tall CPU coolers. With excellent cooling properties, the Regnum RG4 series comes equipped with three quiet 120mm fans and full range of intake dust filters that are controlled by an inbuilt fan controller that controls up to five fans. Liquid cooling enthusiasts will also be pleased with the dual-chamber layout as this allows for custom loops with room for a top radiator (up to 240mm) and front radiator (upto 360mm).
When it comes to innovation, In Win are at the top of the PC chassis game. It should then come as no surprise that In Win have released their new wood-infused 305 mid-tower PC chassis.
That's correct, wood-infused. The front panel offers a choice of fine-grained maple wood or brush aluminium to offer a distinct and fresh style. Available in black (aluminium) or white (maple wood), the 305 uses 1.2mm SECC steel with 3mm tempered glass on the front and side panels to add to that distinct finish.
Built upon the features and elements that made the predecessor 303 a success, the 305 features tool-less removable side panels and dust filter. To assist with airflow, In Win's latest chassis is capable of fitting 3x120mm fans at the top, 1x120mm fan in the rear and 3x120mm fans at the base. Rest assured there is still plenty of room for water cooling options, with 360mm radiator space at the top and bottom and 120mm at the rear, with plenty of space for pump/reservoir mounting in the front.
Mid-tower cases don't get much better looking than Raijinek's latest chassis, the Coeus EVO. Featuring 4mm thick tempered glass on every panel (top, sides and front) with SECC steel frame and motherboard tray, to say that this case is a thing of beauty is an understatement.
Backing up the Coeus EVO's style is functionality. Allowing 350mm of room for graphics cards, CPU coolers as tall as 175mm, and PSUs as long as 200mm. Storage options include up to four 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive bays for your SSDs. The overall measurements of the case is listed at 235 x 444 x 544mm and weighs 11.6 kg.