Thursday, May 8th 2008

New Player Ikonik Technology presents itself at Computex 2008

It will be during Computex that Ikonik Technology will showcase their computer solutions, revealing ‘SIM’ – System Intelligence Management [which is not based on NVIDIA's ESA]. This world’s first software for case management will be the main feature amongst other features on the top-of-the-range cases, boasting the technology intelligence. ‘SIM’ does not only monitor, but also controls the temperature and speeds of the 13 fans in the case. ‘SIM’ does not only manage the case but also the performance of the components in the computer. Power users will now be able to optimize and ‘control’ their components.


In conjunction with the liquid cooling system inbuilt into the system and the ‘Vulcan MT’ power supply with individual software control as well – Ikonik brings the solution that will be the epitome of user’s hardware. Combining extremely advanced technology with simplicity, this superb PC-case will possess performance never seen before.

All this will be unveiled at the Computex show. There will not be a dull moment at the booth, with exciting activities all day long in co-operating with ATARI and nVidia and other beautiful specimens of products.
The choice will be up to visitor’s whether they will enjoy the all day long demos or to join in the live online game. Nothing will be missed and no stones unturned when Ikonik Technology starts to deliver on their word and starts “Building Icons For Life”
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11 Comments on New Player Ikonik Technology presents itself at Computex 2008

#1
HTC
Sounds appealing but the price will be prohibitive, i'm sure.

Would love to see the interior of this.
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#2
BigBruser13
All my my macs have always had temp monitoring and fan speed control, I was surprised when I found out gaming PC were lacking in fan speed control and stuff. Also, I have a personal built gaming system, very high specs.
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#4
jbunch07
nice looking case!
that SIM stuff sounds pretty neat but dut damn that allot of fans!
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#5
x2mA mPn
looks like a 3d aurora case mixed with a CM Stacker

"but also controls the temperature and speeds of the 13 fans in the case"

13 fans!, are they just talking about what "SIM" can do?, or does this case rly hold 13 fans?!
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#6
Haytch
The c.f.m on stock fans are generally crappy, so replacing 13 fans would be an expensive nightmare.
Personally, i prefer to manually do everything on my pc, so i deem this case not only ugly but useless. Sorry people.
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#7
intel igent
i actually think it doesnt look too bad myself :ohwell:
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GSG-9
by: BigBruser13
All my my macs have always had temp monitoring and fan speed control, I was surprised when I found out gaming PC were lacking in fan speed control and stuff. Also, I have a personal built gaming system, very high specs.
All my computers I bult have always had temp monitoring and fan control...why bring a mac into this? :)

I kinda like the idea, it would be cool to buy one and do some cosmetic modding. As long as SIM is not another ''uGuru' microprocessor'...
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GSG-9
When is the XG Station coming? :p
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