SilverStone Teases Sound-Dampening Kublai KL07 Chassis

SilverStone has found a way to reduce the noise level, produced by the multi-fan PC cases. Its new Kublai KL07 chassis is a true acknowledgement of the fact that cooling can be silent. The model’s side panels are made of steel, coated in special foam with wave-shape ornaments; this foam promotes for sound-dampening characteristics.



SilverStone Kublai KL07 supports the installation of micro-ATX/ATX motherboards with the maximum of 7 expansion slots. The chassis features 6 seats for the mounting of drives; three of them might be taken by 3.5-inch items. Unfortunately, there is no space for the integration of 5.25-inch drives.


Internal layout provides for the mounting of quite long video cards (up to 389 mm), standard ATX PS/2 power supply units (140-200 mm in length) and quite high CPU coolers (up to 163 mm); if there is need, it’s possible to include a 172 mm high cooler. Cooling system embraces three pre-installed 140-mm fans; still, there are three more seats for the …

Meeting the Newest Memory Modules HyperX Beast from Kingston

Kingston continues its developments in the field of PC memory, replenishing its HyperX series with Beast memory modules. Codenamed Kingston HyperX Beast, these models are able to ensure super high-speed operation to provide for unmatched possibilities for overclockers and gamers. The modules feature bright, a bit aggressive fin design and are supplied in the most voluminous capacities (from 8GB to 64GB). Kingston developers are sure that their new products will create the most appropriate environment for advanced users in search for high-efficient, high-capacity memory for their PC systems.



HyperX Beast modules are known to support Intel XMP profile which is employed for unimpeded performance optimization due to the selection of pre-installed profiles. It should be noted that new products are introduced within Predator series that involves the most up-dated memory facilities intended at demanding customers.


'Beast' memory sets operate at up to 2400 MHz nominal frequency …

Overview of the Chieftec FI-03B Case

Ever since with the light touch of the VIA Technologies the Mini-ITX motherboard standard has entered the consumer market, ample opportunities have opened up for fans of compact computer systems. However, the main problems of the still new form factor were quickly identified then. The most painful among them were issues of components compatibility (which were all produced for a more common ATX format), the problem of their cooling and, of course, the complete absence of sane small cases capable of taking such systems in.


In solving problems with the chassis, the industry initially chose two parallel paths. On the one hand, tiny boxes supplied with an external power supply were put into production. The maximum that they were able to accept was the processors from VIA and Intel with TDP not more than 20 watts. On the other hand, cases where it would be possible to assemble a good game system based on the Mini-ITX motherboard were created. But in size, they often reached the …
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