Computex 2011 Round-up for both day 1 and 2. SILVERSTONE's TJ12, NZXT Pink Case, Noctua's Prototype Cooler and the PCCOOLER's W120 are some of the interesting things we get to see. The various casings, PSUs and coolers are sorted according to the different manufacturers for your convenience.
Taipei based Evercool has announced Dr. Cool, the world's first cooler for routers and various IP sharing devices. Measuring 151 x 145 x 80mm and weighing 263g , the crab-like device is powered by USB/ a DC power transformer and features a 80mm fan that operates at speeds up to 2,500 RPM at 21 dBA.
After launching CPU coolers Transformer 4 and Transformer 6 in the last couple years, EVERCOOL, which always focuses on aesthetics of heat dispersion and comfortable use, is going to launch Transformer 3 in 2011. Full Press Release inside.
Taipei based Evercool is preparing to release the HPL-815 low profile CPU cooler. Measuring 106 x 95 x 45mm and weighing 320g, the compact cooler has four 6mm direct contact copper heat-pipes, aluminum fins, and is cooled by a 80mm PWM fan that operates at 1,000 ~ 4,000 RPM. It is fully compatible with all
EVERCOOL’s new Transformer 4 PLUS CPU cooler is a refresh of the original Transformer 4, now with Intel LGA 1156 support. Dual PWM fans are included in the package, for high-performance silent computing.