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Global WIN announces two new cooling solutions for VGA cards
Global WIN announces two new cooling solutions for VGA cards - the “Starfi”
Global WIN unveils new water-cooling and heatpipe-based cooling solutions
for VGA cards at the Computex Trade Show in Taipei, Taiwan.
Taipei, Taiwan, June 9th , 2004 – Global WIN, a leading specialist in
thermal conductivity and heat dissipation has unveiled two new thermal
management solutions for VGA cards.
The “Starfi” and “Poyster” are named after the starfish and pearl oyster
respectively, continuing Global WIN’s exciting and imaginative new naming
convention using the theme of the sea. The new product shapes, colourful
packaging, and easy-to-remember names, makes the “Starfi” and “Poyster” VGA
cooling solutions instantly distinguishable from competitors’ products.
The “Starfi” is a mini-sized water block designed specifically for VGA
cards. The “Starfi” works with all current GPUs (graphical processor units)
and is compatible with Global WIN’s other water-cooling products such as
Jefi and Silent Stream. It uses a new patented water flow design that
effectively decreases water resistance to attain maximum heat convection.
The “Poyster” is a fanless heatpipe VGA cooler. It is a truly noiseless
solution and compatible with all current graphics cards. A large heatsink
surface delivers improved heat dissipation. The single piece aluminium
heatsink comes with dual heatpipes and dual heat conductors, with a simple
installation requiring the fitting of only two screws.
Further information on other Global WIN products can be found on our website
Price & availability
The Starfi and Poyster will be available in Q3 through Global WIN’s
distributor in Italy Bow.IT SRL.
About Global WIN:
Global WIN, a specialist in thermal conductivity and heat dissipation, was
founded in 1992 in Taiwan in a space of 720 square feet (67m2) crowded with
office and production line. At the end of 1998, the company moved to their
current office and factory located in the Taipei Science Park in Neihu. The
following year Global WIN established a 500-people production line in
Mainland China to accommodate increasing worldwide sales demand.
Global WIN has now offices in U.S., China and Europe (France) and a global
Sales team located all over the world. The production capacity reaches more
than 500,000 pieces per month with annual sales of 18 million USD.
The product range includes Desktop, Laptop and 1U/2U Server CPU Coolers for
all kinds of CPU models, Hard Disk cooler, VGA and chipset coolers.
Nanometer Ceramic Fans of different size, Case Fans, Super Silent power
supply, aluminium case and other accessory like fan converter and heatsinks.
The worldwide communication and service network provides an outstanding
technical support with the best Vendor-to-User service and problem solving.
In accordance with the company slogan: We solve your thermal problem!
More information is available at: www.globalwin.com.tw.
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