Cool All Your Life: Thermaltake Displays New Cases, Coolers
Apart from unveiling its rather extreme Freon-based cooling system, Thermaltake also demonstrated its latest air coolers, power supply units as well as computer cases at CeBIT 2008.
Among the highlights of Thermaltake’s exposition definitely were Xaser II and Armor MX computer cases, both of which are ready for installation of liquid-based cooling systems and large side fans, which is a clear indicator that Thermaltake expects microprocessors and graphics cards to become even more hot and power-hungry despite of declaration regarding energy efficiency and green computing.
Another pointer which indicates that Thermaltake has no illusions about decrease of enthusiast PC power consumption is demonstration of a 2000W power supply unit that powered two separate systems with no issues. Obviously, even 1000W is overkill for virtually all personal computers available, but some hardcore enthusiasts may demand something like 2kW just in order to be able to boast with such a device among friends…
For more pragmatic and traditional end-users, Thermaltake demonstrated advanced air cooling systems for microprocessors and graphics cards. Given that large heatsinks and fans can cool down even the hottest components without any problems, many of potential buyers may get interested in the latest products by Thermaltake.