This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of Thermatake’s Riing Fans, the possibility of NVIDIA releasing a GTX 960 Ti, AMD’s release of their new Radeon Crimson Software, Black Friday deals, and much more!
For the most part if you are doing a PC build fans come into play. Now typically your case will come with a few fans, but they are typically not enough. If you get into water cooling then you are going to want to get fans that are specifically made for water cooling, or have a high static pressure. Well Thermaltake has you covered with their new Riing LED RGB fans. These fans are made specifically for radiators and feature a LED ring that goes around the frame of the fan. This LED ring is RGB giving you 256 multi-colored options to choose from, so you can definitely match it to your build quite easily. Thermaltake is offering these fans in 120 mm and 140 mm versions that come in a single pack (1 fan) or a 3-fan pack. Today we have a 3-pack of the 120 mm fans, let’s take a look and see what they are all about.
Back in June we took a look at Thermaltake’s Suppressor F51 was and we were quite impressed. So impressed that we gave it a perfect 10 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award. The case is actually still in use as the case for our video encoding machine since it is so quiet. Today Thermaltake brings us the Suppressor F31 which is a small step down from the F51 as it only supports motherboards up to ATX, has a different fan configuration, and less hard drive space. Thermaltake has actually taken the time to re-tool the case and make it wider for easy cable routing behind the motherboard tray, and they have created some pretty cool accessories for the case as well.
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Boddaker’s “Adrenal Express” build. Here is what he had to say about it, “The Core X9 will become the vessel that transports this highly exuberant chemical to its new owners, curing them of the common doldrums. Of course, there is only one company internationally certified to carry such a fragile, and extremely rare commodity…And that company is: Adrenal Express.”
Thermaltake is very close to releasing their next mini-ITX case, which will take the form of the Suppressor F1. This cube-style case has room inside for a mini-ITX motherboard, a full-length graphics card, an ATX power supply, CPU coolers up to 160 mm, and four hard drives.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the very unique Thermaltake Core P5 Chassis, the awesomely small and powerful BOXX APEXX 1 workstation, Apple and its great customer service, a dual-GPU NVIDIA card and more!
Almost all PC cases have the same overall design. They are in the shape of a tower and our components always go in the same places. Sometimes we see some radical designs on the inside or outside of cases, but not too often. Recently wall-mounted PC’s and PC’s made to look like art have become very popular. We actually covered a few of these custom-built creations in our Case Mod Friday section. Not everyone has the time or the skill to build their own custom case. Well Thermaltake comes to the rescue with their brand new Core P5 Chassis. This chassis is designed for builders and gives you a whole lot of options when it comes to putting together an awesome system. On top of that once you are done the chassis allows you to display your creation or even wall-mount it! Let’s jump in and see what the Core P5 is all about!
Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, today has unveiled the new Core V1 Snow Mini ITX Chassis with a 200 mm fan in the front panel. Users can create their own personal setup with the smart interchangeable side panels, these smart panels can be flipped accordingly to showcase the superior liquid cooling or superb airflow system. The new Core V1 Snow Mini ITX Chassis is small, but houses a powerful cooling system and various overclocking components!
Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, unveils the new Core V51 Riing Edition Window Green Mid-Tower Chassis, a marriage of Thermaltake’s two star products: the Red Dot Award Product Design 2015 winner Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis and the Riing 14 Patented LED High Static Pressure Radiator Fan.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac motherboard, AMD being valued at less than what they paid for ATI, Comcast’s new 2 Gb/s fiber service, CaseLab’s apology to Thermaltake and much more!
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