CRYORIG is releasing two new CPU cooling projects at Computex 2017. The CRYORIG R5 high-end single tower and the Cu Series of Copper Fin enhanced coolers.
The R5 and Cu Series will both make their debut in the coming Computex 2017 from May 30th to June 3rd at Nangang Exhibition Hall 1 booth i1105.
The R5 is the second cooler in CRYORIG’s R series of flagship coolers. The R5 is the missing piece to CRYORIG’s PC cooling lineup. It is a high-end dual-fan single tower that is designed to stay within the mainboard’s CPU Keep-Out-Zone. This means that the CRYORIG R5 has Zero RAM Interference, even on Intel™’s X99/X299 based platforms. Made with performance in-mind the R5 contains multiple CRYORIG cooling innovations including: Convex-Align cooler base optimization, Multi-Seg Quick Mount System, 6 CRYORIG High-end Copper Heatpipes, CRYORIG Dual Fan Fin Optimizations and more. Dual XF140 800 - 1.400 rpm PWM fans will be attached front and back for enhanced performance. The R5 will also see the debut of CRYORIG’s brand new Quick Lock Mounting, that promises to simplify the way coolers are mounted.
CRYORIG’s Cu (Copper) enhanced Performance Edition coolers is a new twist to CRYORIG’s award winning CPU coolers. In traditional heatsink fin designs Aluminum provides a good combination of performance, weight and cost. But Copper provides roughly twice the heat conductivity compared to Aluminum.
This is why CRYORIG is hand picking some of their most acclaimed coolers and fitting them with brand new pure copper fins. The Cu Series will first make it’s debut at Computex 2017. The CRYORIG C7 will be the first cooler to receive the Cu enhanced treatment, with further products to be announced later.
Besides of the R5 and Cu Series, the CRYORIG Taku will also be in exhibition during Computex 2017. CRYORIG’s booth is at Nangan Exhibition Hall 1, 1st Floor booth i1105 from May 30th to June 3rd.
Reeven has let us know it's releasing a new RGB fan called the Reeven KIRAN.
The stand-alone, multi-color 120mm PWM fan is engineered for high airflow and long lifespan and output 7 colors and 3 lighting modes for "vibrant colors and vivid animations". The Reeven Kiran fan retails for US$16.99 and will be on display for the first time at Computex 2017.
ID-Cooling have previewed several of the new thermal solutions the company will be showcasing at Computex 2017 in Taipei this week. First off the bat is the ID-Cooling Frostflow+ series - AIO watercoolers that come with heat exchangers ranging in size from 120x120 to 280x560mm!
ID-Cooling is also releasing several air coolers for those who don't want to get their feet wet! ;-)
"The newly developed SE-214L Series have bigger heat dissipation area than normal 4 heatpipe CPU coolers. Equipped with world’s first 120-130mm fan, SE-214L series provide superior cooling performance.
Models below: SE-214L Snow Edition, SE-214L-W, SE-214L-R."
ID-COOLING a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, announced AURAFLOW 240 AIO water cooler, featuring RGB lighting on both the pump and fans at the same time synchronizing with motherboard RGB control.
The pump is designed with a simple C character with an improved light diffuser which can provide smooth and even lighting effect. Copper base contacts CPU to help the heat transfer. Micro fin submerged design increases the heat dissipation surface. The dimension of the whole water block is ?65×36mm.
Solid connectors are used on both ends of the premium sleeved tubing, more reliable & performance efficient. Inside the tubing is self-contained highly efficient and eco-friendly liquid coolant.
AURAFLOW 240 is equipped with a newly developed 240mm radiator with a premium ID-COOLING sticker on the side. Mounted with a pair of RGB SF-12025 high static pressure fans, AURAFLOW 240 is able to deliver the same cooling performance as FROSTFLOW 240L. Fan speed is PWM controlled from 700 to 1800RPM, pushing max. airflow of 74.5CFM each. On four corners are mounted with rubber dampeners to absorb operating vibration. The rings on fans diffuse lighting smoothly.
The lighting from the pump and fans are connected to a RGB connector HUB which then connects to motherboard 12V-G-R-B header to get the software control. Users can set the whole PC lighting using the built-in motherboard RGB control panel. For those who use a normal motherboard, a single color adapter is provided to give user three single colors option: Red, Green or Blue.
Universal mounting brackets are included. The latest AMD Ryzen processors are supported. AURAFLOW 240 is compatible with Intel LGA2011/1366/1150/1151/1155/1156/775 & AMD AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+).
"The 0.5-litre NS02A fanless Android miniPC from Shuttle is able to perform wonderfully for its main intended tasks, which are digital signage and Thin Client applications. It is approved for 24/7 operation, does feature an operation temperature range between 0 and 40 degrees Celsius, while we have to thank the Rockchip RK3368 SoC for the very low power consumption. The Android 5.1.1 distribution is running on the box, which is well optimized and many unnecessary applications have been removed, including the Google Play frameworks."
"Noctua makes some of the best air CPU coolers out there. We know this because we've tested many of their coolers over the years. With AMD's Ryzen launch we were brought a new socket (AM4) so Noctua decided to release three Special Edition coolers just for it. These include the NH-D15 SE-AM4, NH-U12S SE-AM4, and NH-L9x65 SE-AM4. We actually have all three coolers on hand, but will be testing the NH-D15 SE-AM4 first. This cooler has a dual-tower, dual-fan design featuring six copper heatpipes, two NF-A15 140mm fans, and Noctua's SecuFirm2 mounting system so installation should be pretty easy. Let's see what this cooler is all about!"
The Cooler Master Cosmos II was launched in 2012 and became one of the brand's most recognizable enclosures. Now, half a decade later, Cooler Master presents the Cosmos II 25th Anniversary edition to celebrate a quarter century in business and to bring the iconic chassis back to a new generation of enthusiasts and gamers.
Digitimes reports; "Smartphone vendors have been eager to try out vapor chamber technology to improve heat dissipation efficiency, with Taiwan-based Asustek Computer and China-based ZTE having undertaken small-volume trial use and Apple rumored to be interested in the solution, according to Taiwan-based suply chain makers.
Taiwan-based thermal pipe makers Chaung Choung Technology, Asia Vital Components and TaiSol Electronics as well as Japan-based Furukawa Electric have been developing vapor chamber heat-dissipation solutions for use in smartphones, the sources said.
While most smartphone vendors adopt graphite heat-dissipation modules, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics have taken the initiative to adopt heat-dissipation metal pipes with diameter of 0.35-0.40mm for their smartphones, with such heat-dissipation pipes mainly supplied by Chaung Choung, Furukawa Electric and Taiwan-based Auras Technology and Delta Electronics, the sources noted.
Vapor chamber solutions are superior to heat-dissipation pipes in efficiency of heat dissipation, the sources said. While thickness of vapor chamber modules stands at 0.38mm currently, Apple reportedly prefers thickness of 0.30mm, the sources noted. However, the small gap of 0.08mm will pose big challenges to technology in product development and yield rate in production, the sources indicated.
Graphite heat-dissipation modules are popular for smartphones mainly due to cost consideration, for the average price for a graphite heat-dissipation module stands at US$0.60-0.70, much lower than that of US$0.90-1.00 for a heat-dissipation pipe, the sources said. However, the latter has much higher heat dissipation efficiency with thermal conductivity K-values of 5,000-8,000 in comparison with K-values of about 1,500 for the former, the sources noted. "
"Given the excellent performance of both Eisbaer liquid coolers it becomes easier to justify the price tag, considering the performance is due largely to their premium construction. All-copper radiators, a high-quality pump, and very effective fans combine to make these Eisbaer coolers an impressive pre-built solution. The flexibility to easily add components to the loop using the quick-lock closure, as well as the ability to refill the unit - or even replace any of its parts using off-the-shelf liquid cooling components - make these far more than your typical "all-in-one" liquid CPU cooler."
The EVGA Hydro Copper GTX 1080 is a full-cover waterblock that offers integrated lighting with no cable management needed, a six-port I/O port manifold, and an aluminum front cover for aesthetics and rigidity alike. It also aims to simplify installation by incorporating pre-installed thermal pads out of the box.
While you may know FSP as a power supply manufacturer, the company is currently branching out into areas, including air coolers. Today we take a look at the Windale 6 air cooler, with an MSRP of $47.99. Up against stiff competition, how does FSP fair on its air cooling debut?
Should you consider an all-in-one liquid cooler? Initially aimed at enthusiasts seeking to overclock, liquid coolers reduce the load on the motherboard, clear the clutter from around the CPU socket and tend to offer greater performance than the traditional heatsink and fan.
Plenty of promise, but early models were beset with noisy pumps and teething issues that kept mainstream users from coming aboard. Fast forward to today and the wrinkles appear to have been ironed out. The likes of be-quiet!, NZXT and Cooler Master have all impressed with modern liquid coolers, and Fractal Design is attempting to go one better with a new range introduced under the Celsius moniker.
PC cooling and peripherals innovator CRYORIG announces their collaboration project with NZXT, the software controlled RGB LED H7 Quad Lumi will be releasing this June. The H7 Quad Lumi is based on CRYORIG’s award winning H7, the H7 Quad Lumi features a total of four 6 mm high-end copper heatpipes, NZXT CAM Powered Lumi Lighting System as well as a new QF120 1.600 RPM LED fan. Co-developed with NZXT, CRYORIG has managed to add a built-in RGB LED controller directly into the H7 Quad Lumi. Running on NZXT’s CAM, the H7 Quad Lumi can independently control the logo and base lighting of the heatsink through CAM software and smartphone app.
With close collaboration with NZXT for over a year, CRYORIG has managed to develop something truly unique with the H7 Quad Lumi and Lumi Lighting System. The Lumi Lighting System is built on NZXT’s Hue+ controller board and CAM software system, with nine different special lighting effects available at launch and more to come with future firmware updates. The Lumi system is capable of dual channel LED configurations, meaning the top and base LED’s can be set to different colors and even separate special effects. Powered and controlled through NZXT CAM software, LED control, CPU temp monitoring, fan RPM control and profile settings are all available. This makes the H7 Quad Lumi the first CAM Powered peripheral and a true innovated approach for PC cooling solutions.
At the core the H7 Quad Lumi is based on the successful CRYORIG H7. The difference besides the addition of the Lumi Lighting System is an upgrade to four high performance heatpipes for added TDP capacity, a new QF120 LED 1.600 RPM fan and also a reworked mounting system. With the upgraded heatpipe setup, the H7 Quad Lumi has increased heat dissipation performance by at least 15% over the H7 and now supports 160+ watt CPUs. The new Quick Mount system will also provide support for LGA2011 v3 as well as continue support for LGA115x and AMD’s AM4 sockets. Supporting all latest offerings from Intel and AMD. The QF120 LED version is a PWM controlled 300 to 1.600 RPM white LED fan. Features of the QF120 LED include built in Acoustic Absorbers, Quad Air Inlet™ system for added air intake and white LED lighting. CRYORIG’s QF120 line of fans will soon all feature LED variants.
The H7 Quad Lumi will be released in June worldwide with a MSRP of USD $59,99 (-VAT) worldwide and €59,99 (incl. VAT) in Europe.
"The FLIR ETS320 is an affordable IR camera kit for reducing test times and improving product design for electronic board and device evaluation. FLIR's first thermal imaging camera accurately measures temperatures across more than 76,000 points on your device with just the push of a button.
Whether the goal is R&D or product testing, heat can be an important indicator of system functioning and performance. The ETS320 helps engineers and test technicians collect accurate, reliable data in seconds and analyze it quickly."
If you want to know what's under the hood (hint, a re-manufactured Flir E4) check out this tear down video from the EEVblog.
Fractal Design launches the new Celsius series which builds upon proven technology with cutting edge advancements and premium sound dampening materials to deliver extreme cooling performance with minimum noise output.
Smart dual mode speed controls are both simple and robust with no need for additional software. Both fan and pump speeds can be managed by an intelligent auto mode or switched to PWM mode for precise user control.
For true enthusiasts, the satisfaction of a clean and efficient build can never be overstated, and the Celsius makes this easier than ever with an integrated fan hub and concealed cable routing. All modern CPU sockets are supported by the versatile, easy-to-use mounting kit.
The Celsius series uses a combination of cutting edge technology and premium sound dampening materials to deliver extreme cooling performance with minimum noise output.
An intelligent temperature-controlled auto mode adjusts fan and pump speeds in real-time for optimum balance of cooling performance and silence, while PWM mode enables precision manual tuning for any usage situation.
Included Fractal Design Dynamic X2 PWM fans offer a wide speed adjustment range from 500 to 2000 RPM allowing for near silent operation under lighter loads and maximum airflow during heavy usage.
An integrated fan hub with concealed cable routing simplifies cable management for a clean installation.
Radiator fittings use standard G 1/4" thread for maximum compatibility and expandability with standard do-it-yourself components. Easily add and integrate a GPU block of your choice to eliminate noisy graphics card fans so the only sound you hear is the sound of your game.*
5-year warranty (*Upon Expansion of the Celsius unit, only individual components of the Fractal Design Celisus S24 or S36 are covered)
While you might not have heard of ID-Cooling, the company is targeting the mainstream all-in-one cooler market with its FrostFlow 240L. A big part of its appeal is undoubtedly the price – at £79.99, it is not ‘cheap’ but is definitely more affordable than a lot of other AIOs currently on the market. Can it justify the price with solid performance?