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 …

Greeting a New Powerful CPU Cooler ‘Lucifer’ from Deepcool

Deepcool Industries, an established developer of high-efficient cooling solutions, introduces its new CPU cooler with a horrendous name Lucifer. This cooler features 140x110x168 mm tower-like framework that is ready to manage the heat produced by any up-to-date desktop processor platforms from Intel (LGA2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 775) and AMD (Socket FM1, FM2, AM3, AM3+, AM2, AM2+).

Deepcool Lucifer embraces a voluminous heatsink section that contains thirty-six nickel-plated aluminum ribs, six U-shaped, nickel-plated copper heat pipes, and a single 140 mm fan. The latter employs a hydrodynamic bearing and is governed by PWM technology. Fan speed might vary from 700 RPM to 1400 RPM; the maximal airflow produced by the fan approximates 81.33 CFM, while the maximal noise level does not exceed the margin of 31 dB.

It should be mentioned that this cooler is able to remove up to 130 W heat in passive mode (without a fan). The availability of a thermal compound in the nominal …

Apacer to Release DDR3 Memory Modules of Armor Series

About a month ago Apacer Technology announced the release of new DDR3 memory modules to replenish Armor series. Codenamed Apacer Armor DDR3, these modules are chiefly targeting overclockers and inveterate gamers who long for the high-speed performance in various environments. Good news for all Apacer's customers is that the release of these outstanding products is scheduled for the mid January, 2013.

Modules Armor DDR3 consist of heatsinks which resemble 'armor', while the series itself is represented by the items of various colors, including red, yellow, blue, and black versions. This way the customer will be able to select the most suitable module to correspond to the overall chassis and motherboard color gamma. The heatsinks feature quite typical dimensions and this automatically eliminates all problems connected with the installation of voluminous CPU coolers.

The implemented printed circuit board is given black coverage in combination with eye-catching yellow, blue …
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