Aerocool Brings Dead Silence Cube Chassis on Market

Aerocool Advanced Technologies puts up for sale its mini-ITX chassis, entitled Dead Silence Cube. The model is an ideal choice for the fans of LAN Parties and those who have an eye for a stylish design. The chassis features 265x411.3x381 mm dimensions, targeting mini-ITX or micro-ATX motherboards. The case is made of solid steel and is characterized by sound-dampening features.

In retail sale it appears in two framework variations — with a blind side facet and with a transparent window on it, – as well as in several color designs. Some of the items boast the incorporation of leather finish on the top and frontal facets.

Aerocool Dead Silence Cube is furnished with one optical drive of 5.25-inch standard, three drives of 3.5-inch standard or four drives of 2.5-inch type, and with four PCI Express expansion slots. Internal spacing is sufficient to integrate graphics adapters of up to 320 mm in length, a customary PSU, and CPU coolers of up to 190 mm in height. The top …

Asus Teases Turbo GeForce GTX 1080 Videocard

Asus has just introduced Turbo GeForce GTX 1080 videocard with etalon frequencies & a modified cooler. The model is developed on Nvidia GP104-400 GPU (2560 CUDA, 160 TMUs, 64 ROPs) that operates at 1607/1733 MHz frequency. The integrated GDDR5 memory (8 GB, 256-bit interface, 320 Gb/sec bandwidth) runs at 10 GHz frequency.

The card is coated in a dark-gray cover with logo illumination. The PCB is designed with the help of Auto-Extreme technology as well as Super Alloy Power II hardware. The other peculiar feature is a totally revamped cooling system. As distinct from the etalon model, the Turbo version employs a single fan, based on dual ball-bearings, which pushes hot air away from the GPU.

The greenhorn comes equipped with a pair of HDMI ports for the connection of various devices, including VR-helmets. There are also DVI-D and DisplayPort 1.4 ports. The PCB features a single 8-pin power connector. Asus Turbo GeForce GTX 1080 supports GPU Tweak II & Xsplit Gamecaster …

The First Take on Versa N23 Chassis from Thermaltake

Thermaltake PC cases have never been a frustration. The Versa N23 is not an exception. It is a combination of functionality balanced with modern styling and a bit of company’s passion. The middle-tower chassis draws attention by the front panel with light-blue insertions against black panel. The other attraction is the right-side panel with an integrated acrylic window.

Thermaltake Versa N23 is intended to accommodate mini-ITX, micro-ATX and ATX motherboards with the maximum of 7 expansion slots. The availability of ODD bays enables the installation of two 5.25-inch drives. The layout also welcomes five 3.5-/2.5-inch drives which might be mounted without any tools.

Internal space is enough for 160-mm high CPU coolers, PS/2 ATX power supply units and 250-mm long graphics cards. If retrieving unnecessary drive bays from the bottom section, there is a chance to install 360-mm long videocards.

To continue, air cooling configuration offers 5 seats for 120 mm fans (2x …
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