Spire Showcases New Cylinder-Shaped Swirl IV CPU Cooler

Spire is going to release a new extraordinary cooling solution: a cylinder-shaped CPU cooler, entitled Swirl IV. It is targeting Intel processors for Socket 2011/1366/115x/775 and AMD FM1/FM2/AM2/AM3 platforms with the maximum TDP level of 130 W. The new-comer has received RoHS and CE certification that proves its environmentally-friendly nature. An official release is postponed to January 2015.

Spire Swirl IV features 131x125x62 mm dimensions and weighs 690 g. Its heatsink consists of 45 aluminum fins, pierced by three copper zinc-plated U-shaped heatpipes (8 mm). Inside the heatsink one can find a 60 mm fan with blue LED backlit. Its rotational speed is controlled by PWM technology so that the blades could run between 600 RPM up to 2000 RPM.

The fan is equipped with a slide bearing, estimated for 50.000 hours of fool-proof operation. It is powered by means of a 4-pin connector, ensuring up to 83.12 CFM airflow at 26 dB noise. Besides, at the highest rotational speed the …

RunCore Highlights a New Business SSD Kylin III

Each and every SSD, supplied by numerous reputable companies, offers practically unbelievable Write/Read speeds, as well as prolonged durability. Indeed, the developments in this segment have achieved considerable heights, presenting unprecedented facilities for potential customers. RunCore does not leg behind the others and highlights with special honor its new business solid-state drive model, codenamed Kylin III. This model is primarily destined to be employed in highly-demanding systems, such as databases, server PCs, HPC systems, and many other high-end applications.

SSD Kylin III will be delivered in three capacity variations: 450GB, 785GB and 1.6TB. All models are based on MLC NAND memory type and employ PCI Express 1.0 x8/2.0 x4 interface. They are initially characterized by an amazing utmost performance: up to three million IOPS in random Read mode (512 byte). Moreover, the user is capable to create RAID array, combining a few SSDs Kylin III; this will dramatically …

Built-in DAS Raidon SR261-2S-S2R Review

Individuals who got used to work with little amount of information can barely understand those people who are obliged to work with loads of data on daily basis. That is the major reason why they choose different devices for data storage. The first group of users will probably use flash-drives, while the second group will try to acquire a device that could manage huge information, such as NAS and DAS solutions. Today Raidon, a developer of efficient storage solutions, offers the customers, who long for safe and high-performance storage device, a new built-in DAS model, codenamed SR261-2S-S2R. This is a two-disk storage that is able to fully satisfy the needs of the targeted audience.

Delivery Set and Specifications

Raidon SR261-2S-S2R is delivered in a large cardbox which contains a set of components vital for layout and operation. Thereby, a customer will see SATA cable, a set of screws for hard drives fixture, CD with dedicated software, COM adapter and cable, and helpful …
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