Wednesday, February 27th 2013

Enermax Previews Silent PSU and Fulmo ST Case, and More Ahead of CeBIT

Enermax plans to enter CeBIT with a three main attractions to its booth. First, a new lineup of fanless/silent PSUs; second, additions to its Fulmo line of ATX mid~full-tower cases; and third, the DreamBass line of notebook coolers that replace your notebook's built-in tweeters speakers with ones that can begin to do justice to bass. To begin with, Enermax is looking to launch a line of fanless PSUs in the mid-capacity range (500W-700W), which toss out fans for chunkier heatsinks, feature modular cabling, and are 80 Plus Platinum-compliant.

Moving on, Enermax will show off a handful of its newest gaming PC cases, including the Fulmo ST ATX mid-tower, pictured below. The Fulmo ST, according to the company, is spacious enough for triple graphics-card gaming PC builds, with room for 240 mm radiators, and a liquid-cooling loop that doesn't stick out. It will pack ten 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays, and various nifty locking/mounting mechanisms that help PC enthusiasts. Following its CeBIT unveil, the Fulmo ST will make it to stores in April.

Lastly, there's the DreamBass Cooler. Designed for notebooks as big as 15.6-inch, the contraption is a combination of a cooler, a USB sound card, and a USB stereo speaker set that replaces the mere tweeters your notebook maker tucked in; with audio quality that begins to do justice to bass, according to the company. The dock holds sets of drivers that handle lows and mids, and tweeters for the highs; all using a single USB cable.
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#1
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
by: btarunr
Enermax plans to enter CeBIT with a three main attractions to its booth. First, a new lineup of fanless/silent PSUs; second, additions to its Fulmo line of ATX mid~full-tower cases; and third, the DreamBass line of notebook coolers that replace your notebook's built-in tweeters speakers with ones that can begin to do justice to bass. To begin with, Enermax is looking to launch a line of fanless PSUs in the mid-capacity range (500W-700W), which toss out fans for chunkier heatsinks, feature modular cabling, and are 80 Plus Platinum-compliant.

Moving on, Enermax will show off a handful of its newest gaming PC cases, including the Fulmo ST ATX mid-tower, pictured below. The Fulmo ST, according to the company, is spacious enough for triple graphics-card gaming PC builds, with room for 240 mm radiators, and a liquid-cooling loop that doesn't stick out. It will pack ten 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays, and various nifty locking/mounting mechanisms that help PC enthusiasts. Following its CeBIT unveil, the Fulmo ST will make it to stores in April.

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Lastly, there's the DreamBass Cooler. Designed for notebooks as big as 15.6-inch, the contraption is a combination of a cooler, a USB sound card, and a USB stereo speaker set that replaces the mere tweeters your notebook maker tucked in; with audio quality that begins to do justice to bass, according to the company. The dock holds sets of drivers that handle lows and mids, and tweeters for the highs; all using a single USB cable.
I like the case. Looks like a dust magnet but its still nice looking.
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#2
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
I want affordable fanless PSU's. Too bad that is almost a contradiction though. :(
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#3
stinger608
by: TheMailMan78
I like the case. Looks like a dust magnet but its still nice looking.
I agree. That is a very clean looking case. LOL like you said though, it looks like it would be a dust magnet for sure.
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Canned air will do the job. I hope the front panel is easily detachable.
Any info on the price?
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