D.F. Storm, a New Fan by Enermax, Offers 3,500 rpm Rotary Speed and Features the DFR Tech

The Enermax manufacturer launches its new product – the 120 mm D.F. Storm, which got its name due to high rotary speed (3,500 rpm in the most powerful Turbo mode, 2,800 rpm in the Overclocking mode and 2,200 rpm in the Performance mode). Due to the presence of an APS switch one can regulate speed without efforts; and the LED detector indicates the speed mode chosen. The novelty features the 263 m³ air flow at the 38 dBA noise level, the 11.131 (mm-H2O) static pressure, as well as pulse width modulation.



The MTBF figure claimed equals to 160,000 hours. Heat-stable components of high quality substantially contribute to this factor. The blades are constructed in a particular way to ensure high productivity under severe conditions. The DFR technology applied diminishes dust volume and extends the fan smooth operation term.


Regarding the specs, one may conclude, that D.F. Storm mostly fits for industrial sphere or gaming systems. This Enermax fan will be available on sale in …

SilverStone Unveils Raven RVX01 Enthusiast-Oriented Chassis

SilverStone Technology is about to release its newest PC case that supplemented an outstanding Raven Series. Targeting advanced PC builders & enthusiasts, the Raven RVX01 features 500x215x485 mm dimensions and differs by an offbeat all-black chassis design with the employment of high-quality Japanese steel and plastic. The customers will be able to choose the modification with blind side panels and with a windowed side panel (acrylic glass). Pricing is set at $92 and $100 correspondingly.



SilverStone Raven RVX01 offers a nontrivial localization of all components. For instance, it presupposes the installation of the motherboard (mini-ITX, micro-ATX, ATX) in quadrature. Therewith, graphics cards and PSU are located in the top section of the chassis, while all the drives found their places in the bottom section. Such layout is called to optimize airflow.


The model is ready to welcome graphics cards of 348 mm in length, CPU coolers of 162 mm in height, ATX-compatible power …

The Backside Button Lets Enhance the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD Clock

One of well-known motherboards and video cards vendors, the Chinese Colorful Technology Co., has recently produced the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD graphics adapter. The novelty is based on the Nvidia GP 102 chipset and is chilled down due to a powerful three-fan (two 90 mm and one 80 mm) Silver Shark cooling system, taking three slots. The overall length of the Colorful product comes up to 300 mm.



The printed-circuit board features a 8+2 Phase digital power design; the Silver Plating Technology is applied. GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD gets power from a couple of 8-pin PCIe connectors.


The 11 GB GDDR5X memory operates at the Nvidia recommended 11 GHz frequency. The graphics chipset will most likely obtain the factory overclocking. However, the Turbo button on the back side allows to enhance this option. GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD specs also include DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI-D connectors, the idle fan-stop function, the LED-backlit logo and the dual.
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