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Old 20th March 2006, 20:18   #1
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Cebit 2006 - Cooling, Cases and Hardware Galore

Cebit 2006 is over, we provide coverage of new products from Powercolor, Club3D, Zalman, Scythe, Arctic Cooling, Coolermaster, Asetek, Titan, Spire, Tuniq, Corsair, OCZ and our selection “other hardware”

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Old 20th March 2006, 20:36   #2
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Without a doubt everybody knows about their passively cooled cases by now; the TNN500 started it all off, a very heavy and large black case with a series of heatpipes and heatsink inside to cool down even the hottest CPU's and graphic cards. Of course the cost of this beast is still high, so they decided to make a smaller version, the TNN 300, but its reduced size meant it could dissipate less heat, so high end system could not be installed.
The pic below is not in the right place i think? its allready there 2 pics up
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good eyes, fixed!
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Old 20th March 2006, 20:45   #4
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Zalmans Fatality crap gets on my nerves

the 110mm fan Zalman 9700 could be good, but then Scythes Mine with a 140mm fan has killer potential

AC new Silentium case gets FINALLY a good PSU. Small fans on the updated Freezer, questionable as the small fan on the Accellero already hampers performance when everbody else starts to use large fans and therefore achieve good results even with crappy fan quality. It might be very well the case that it gets terminated by the Freezer clone of Sunbeam, those engineers understand that a bigger fan makes things better.

Coolermaster makes a heatsink with TWO 120mm fans, now that is what I am talking about. If they release something like that for GPUs they could pwn everything else on the market.
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thats for telling us but in the future don't press the post buttom but press delete.

Can you post without using the F-word, Crap-word.

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Small fans on the updated Freezer, questionable
I didn't have a chance to talk to anybody at AC stand, but from what I can see from the design, I think this might be a server-class CPU cooling, build to fit into rack mounted server cases.
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anybody know what the purpose is of this:

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Old 21st March 2006, 22:02   #8
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a media PC?
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yeah, but Commodore?
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Old 21st March 2006, 23:54   #10
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well, still a good brand to use


I heard that they put together a commodore emulator and it sold like hot cakes.
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