Computex 2008: Cooling and Chassis
VR-Zone brings you coverage of the casings and cooling peripherals in Computex 2008!
Raven by Silverstone, a different identity breaking awy from Silverstone’s norm of classic looking cases
The mysterious Raven RV01 built using matt black plastic and steel
You’l have to push the door down to access the 5.25" bays
Yes, and you have a horizontally mounted motherboard! Utilizing their engineering base, Silverstone has meticulously made use of the convection principle, allowing hot air to escape from the top of the case instead of the back, succesfuly removing the potential dead zone found in usual cases.
Equipped with Hot Swappable SATA Bays, this is definitely one cool product.
That’s a couple of 180MM fans the case will use!
The Raven gaming mouse. WIth the unique ability to switch DPI on the fly on both the X & Y axis, the Raven might just be the nex mouse to dominate the gaming HID market.
That’s 3200dpi on the X axis and 1500dpi on the Y axis
Mini-ITX Cases by Silverstone
Pico-ITX Cases by SIlverstone
USB Soundcard and wireless audio transmiter
The Grandia GD02 promises an unique HT experience with a built in control toch panel.
THe Crown CW-03, positioned to be a high end HTPC chassis. The demo unit contained a Phenom 9650 and a couple of HD3870X2s.
The Fortress FT-01 in gold, touted to be the mid-tower edition of the ever sucessful TJ-07.
The FT-01 in black
Utilizes a 180mm top exhaust!
Silverstone’s latest microATX case, the Sugo SG-04, similar in structure to the SG-03 but with a unique top panel design.