Greeting a New Full-Tower PC Chassis Aerocool GT-S

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of the leading manufacturers of PC components for gamers and enthusiasts, has elaborated a new prime-class chassis codenamed GT-S. This model features 255x640x560 mm dimensions and is intended to satisfy the most unbelievable needs of inveterate gamers. Being a full-tower solution, GT-S is ready to accommodate motherboards of seven different standards, including E-ATX and XL-ATX. In retail sale the chassis will be available in two color variations: white-blue and red-black.

Aerocool GT-S is housed in a cold-rolled zinc-coated steel. One of its side facets is equipped with a transparent acrylic window. The frontal facet is covered by a some kind of curtain on a magnetic fixture that can be moved up/down or be totally removed. The chassis’ framework embraces five external bays for the installation of 5.25-inch drives, seven internal bays for the installation of 3.5/2.5-inch drives, as well as ten slots for PCI expansion cards.

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The new version of the chassis from Zalman Z9 Plus

The company Zalman continues to utilize the design of the whole successful chassis Z9, releasing a new model Z9 Plus D4-U3. Perhaps, the only difference from the recent Z9 U3 is the lower part of the front panel, made in the form of letter D.

The list of applied characteristics has remained the same. The body is made of steel and plastic in the form factor Mid-Tower. Its dimensions are 504 (L) x 207 (W) x 464 (H) mm, weight — a little over 7 lbs. Inside can be placed the motherboard ATX or microATX, seven cards PCI-E expansion up to 290 mm, ATX-compatible power supply, three optical drives, and seven hard drives, including two SSD 2.5 format.

The set includes two 120-mm fan — in front with the LED-backlit display and on the back without it. On the input-output is a small information display, two USB 3.0 ports and USB 2.0, Mini-Jack connectors for headphones and microphone.

Zalman Z9 Plus D4-U3 will debut in Japan and perhaps in some other markets, August 19 at a …

Intel can provide “successor” Core i7-3770K at the beginning of the next year

According to proven sources, Intel is considering the release the more rapid alternative to quad processor Core i7-3770K, which currently heads the line of Ivy Bridge to the mass market. This happens if the Corporation of Santa Clara will feel the hard pressure from the only competitor (AMD), which is actively working on the first chip Piledriver — FX-8350, FX-8320 and FX-8300. The release of a hypothetical «Core i7-3790K» with a frequency of 3.6 GHz can be held in the I quarter 2013.

The version of «3770-th» with blocked by increased factor (without the suffix K) will not be finished later, in the II quarter of next year, will give way to one of the members of the family Haswell.

Accordingly, the reinforcements will receive the platform LGA2011, which now covers the rear of the quad-core Core i7-3820. Strategies at Intel, most probably also will be limited to the addition of 100 MHz. About a year later models Sandy Bridge-E recede into the background in favor of …
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