EK Water Blocks has dived right into the deep end when it comes to their new Supremacy EVO Series, a new water block made specifically for AMD's next-gen HEDT processors, Ryzen Threadripper.
The new EK-Supremacy EVO water block covers the entire IHS of Ryzen Threadripper, with EKWB building a new water block for the much larger than normal IHS. EKWB has used a dense micro-fin structure that has 52 grooves, with 0.25mm of spacing.
The water block itself uses the EK-Supremacy EVO cooling engine with specialized jet inserts and jet plate combination to provide the best cooling possible on X399.
EKWB have launched three versions of its new EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition water blocks:
- EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition - Nickel - 67.95€ ($80)
- EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition - Acetal + Nickel - 67.95€ ($80)
- EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition - Full Nickel - 86.95€ ($102)
As for availability, EK will have their new EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition water blocks are made in Slovenia, and are up for pre-order through the EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. They'll be shipping on August 18.
Enermax today revealed its new compact Platimax D.F. PSU that offers big power in a small package.
Like the rest of the PSUs in the series, Enermax's Platimax D.F. 1200W of power supply is fully modular, offering versatility to gamers and users, and is rated 80 Plus Platinum for high efficiency. Enermax's new PSU is sized at only 160mm in depth, making it one of the most compact 80 Plus Platinum 1200W power supplies on the market. The PSU comes with premium Sleemax individually sleeved cables and built-in DFR (Dust Free Rotation) Tech to reduce dust, and also features the company's smart semi-fanless control for silent operation.
Platimax D.F. is now available on the market with 4 models: 750W, 850W, 1050W and 1200W, all of which come with a 5-year warranty. Full specifications can be found below.
BYKSKI have announced their first waterblocks for AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper CPUs, with four different variants on offer by the chinese liquid cooling manufacturer.
We have red, silver, red + RGB lighting and silver + RGB lighting. BYKSKI will be selling their new waterblocks on the cheap, with the non-RGB models costing $58, while the RGB-powered waterblocks bumped up to just $63. BYKSKI is only selling their Ryzen Threadripper CPU waterblocks in China at the moment.
ARCTIC has announced that its Liquid Freezer cooler will be compatible with AMD's upcoming Ryzen ThreadRipper CPUs and their new TR4 socket.
There are three different ARCTIC solutiosn available: two, four, and six fans for casual, serious, and hardcore PC enthusiasts. Liquid Freezer 120 handles up to 250W, while the insane Freezer 240 and 360 solutions are ready for 300W. The Freezer 240/360 solutions are prepared for hardcore overclocking of AMD's upcoming 16C/32T processors.
ARCTIC's super-cool Liquid Freezer pricing:
- Liquid Freezer 120: $85.99
- Liquid Freezer 240: $99.99
- Liquid Freezer 360: $139.99
For over 30 years, Lian Li has been a staple in the computer hardware industry as a supplier of premium PC chassis. During Computex 2017, we had the opportunity to interview Jameson Chen, who is destined to take the reins from his father and lead the company into a new era.
Lian Li chassis have always embodied quality materials and craftsmanship, and their future plans are going to stay on that path while also offering a bit more variety. Instead of extremely expensive brushed aluminum chassis, Jameson has a vision for well-built cases constructed with steel, with integrated RGBs, and tempered glass. He wants to focus on the needs of gamers as well as premium builders.
The new Alpha 330 and Alpha 550 help to usher in Jameson's vision for a more gamer-friendly company, and do so at attractive price points of up to $99 for the Alpha 330 and up to $175 for the Alpha 550. Both offer tempered glass side paneling, USB 3.1 type-C front ports, and a well-built steel chassis. The Alpha 550 offers an RGB controller along with Lian Li's new RGB fans.
Computex 2017 - Rosewill has been sponsoring eSports events and teams around the world, including Blizzcon and Dreamhack, and they're continuing to push their brand at major gaming events and PC communities. In the near future, Rosewill will be pushing into gaming events in Europe and Asia, with markets that are mammoth.
At the show, Rosewill were displaying their latest peripherals with the Neon Series mice in two models: M55 and M57.
Starting with the Rosewill Neon Series M55 mouse, we have their A4090 high-end optical gaming engine, and 4 x RGB backlighting modes for some personalization. There's 6 programmable buttons, and up to 6000 DPI (with settings for 800/1600/2400/3000/4000/6000). A polling rate of up to 1000Hz, acceleration at 20G / 100 IPS, and has software that you can use to fully customize your M55 experience.
Moving onto the M57 mouse, which uses the 3050 high-end optical gaming engine, has the same 4 RGB backlighting modes and 6 programmable buttons. The M57 only hits 4000 DIP, with 500/1000/2000/3000/4000 stages, and a polling rate of up to 1000Hz. There's acceleration at 20G / 60 IPS, with the same software being used to customize the M57 experience.
Computex 2017 - Thermaltake today revealed its full-towered chassis with stylish tempered glass and innovative features.
Thermaltake's new View 71 TG Edition full-tower chassis is enclosed with 5mm-thick tempered glass on four sides to show off your rig, and also comes with everything you'd expect from a PC case: seven tool-free drive bays and modular drive racks to ensure adequate storage and ample room for liquid cooling solutions, magnetic fan filters and dust filters to ensure your rig stays nice and dust-free, and two built-in 140mm Riing Blue LED fans for cooling components.
The View 71 TB Edition can fit a complete full-tower build that supports up to 3x 140mm liquid cooling radiators or 3x 140mm front-facing case fans as well as 2x 120mm bottom-mounted fans, and can fit video cards up to 410mm in size.
For more information please check the official press release.
Computex 2017 - Intel has just unveiled its next-gen HEDT processors and X299 platform, as well as their new Liquid Cooling TS13X product, a new high-performance thermal solution for enthusiasts.
Intel's new AIO liquid cooler will work with LGA 2011/1366/115x processors, with its fan spinning between 800RPM and 2200RPM, and features a beautiful blue LED.
The upcoming Liquid Cooling TS13X is expected to retail for $80-$100, which is not too damn bad at all. But is it worth buying over a competing Corsair AIO liquid cooler for example? Let us know in the comments below.
Bitspower is teaming with FSP to show off a watercooled modular PSU, something they're calling the Hydro PTM+, which is the world's first mass-produced liquid cooled PSU with 80 Plus Platinum certification.
The upcoming Hydro PTM+ is a 1200W unit when aircooled, but is capable of 1400W when the liquid cooling is set up. If the PSU load is less than 50% the fans will stop spinning, so unless you're pushing 1200W of continuous use, the watercooled side of things is kinda useless. In order to draw 1200W+ you're going to need to be doing some seriously hardcore... something... with your PC. Even multi-GPU rigs with GTX 1080 Ti or TITAN X in SLI would use much less than 1000W, let alone over 1200W to warrant the liquid cooling push to 1400W.
Still it's an impressive feat to see a watercooled PSU, even if it's just one of those 'just cos' things.
In Win has announced its new 301 mini tower PC chassis. The company pointed out that the case is gaming and performance-orientated for smaller form factor builds.
The case follows the design elements of the recently launched 303 model, such as the toolless tempered glass side panel, use of 1.2mm SECC steel, hexagonal ventilation and two-tone front panel layout.
Its front panel I/O has two USB 3.0 Type-A, and 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks, which are backlit. The 301 has support for one 2.5/3.5-inch bay, plus two more 2.5-inch SSDs and four PCI expansion slots to match Micro-ATX motherboards. Mini-ITX motherboard mounting support is also included. Like the 303, the PSU sits at the top and is housed within its own chambered area to keep cables out of view.