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

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  1. btarunr

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    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.
     
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    I like the case. Looks like a dust magnet but its still nice looking.
     
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    I want affordable fanless PSU's. Too bad that is almost a contradiction though. :(
     
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    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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