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Ikonik Expands their Case Line-up and Introduces 'The Dial'

We have reviewed a few of the cases in the past, and the fairly young company is expanding their family of enclosures. Ikonik is introducing a red dial, which is the signature feature of all future enclosures. It allows you to control the included fan speed. The newest addition in the mid tower sector are called M2-2 and EN2-4, while the large case goes by the name P2-1.

IKONIK Introduces Gaia PSU, Brings Better Environment with Electricity Bill Reduction

During the last few years, many brands have started to produce their own line of PSU’s. So what makes the IKONIK PSU different and better than other PSU’s? From the beginning the IKONIK R&D team wanted to build a PSU with the general idea of the best components and highest efficiency.

IKONIK Gaia Series ranges from 350W to 500W. This range covers most users who are particular about their PSU and have a high standard that they abide by.

IKONIK 'Kick Start' Competition Drawing to a Close

IKONIK initiated the ‘Kick Start’ competition, which started on October 1st and is ending on January 31st 2009. This means these are the final few days to enter the competition, so don’t miss your chance to win super performance IKONIK top-of-the-range products. Such as IKONIK’s high-end Ra X10 SIM case or upper-mainstream Zaria A20 case; also known as the ‘Kick Start’. Entries can also win the Vulcan 850 Watt and Gaia 500 Watt power supply.

With many exciting products and so many chances to win, you are almost guaranteed a prize just by entering. So take a chance and join the competition by registering yourself on the website before January 31st, 2009. This competition is open to anyone.

IKONIK Launches Fleet of New Power Supplies

IKONIK has released six new power supply models under the high-end Vulcan and mainstream Gaia series. Under the Vulcan series the company released 650W, 850W, 1000W and 1200W models are ATX 12V V2.2 and EPS 12V V2.91-ready, with company-rated efficiency of 82%. They offer modularity for better cable-management, more than two +12V rails and use a 140mm fan for cooling. Depending on the model, they have PCI-Express power connectors between two and six in number.

Under the Gaia series, 450W and 500W models have surfaced. They offer essential features apart from efficiency ratings above 80%, active PFC, two +12V rails and two PCI-Express power connectors.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

TechPowerUp! Announces IKONIK Giveaway Contest

TechPowerUp! announces the IKONIK Giveaway Contest. Up for grabs, are an IKONIK Zaria A20 PC Case, and an IKONIK Vulcan 850W modular power supply. Members of TechPowerUp! Forums for over one month, are eligible. Members need to post in the contest thread, and in a single post, answer three simple questions, to stand a chance to win the Zaria A20 or the Vulcan 850W. For a full set of eligibility details, contest rules, and other information, please refer to the contest thread. Good Luck!

IKONIK ‘Kick Start’ Competition - Win a Taiwan Trip

IKONIK is organizing the ‘Kick Start’ competition, starting on October 13th until January 31st, 2008. This competition is open to anyone and there are many cool prizes to win. Such as a trip to Taiwan!

IKONIK is making it possible for you to visit Taiwan. When you are going to buy an IKONIK product before January 31st, you have the chance to visit Taiwan and IKONIK’s headquarters. Join the competition by registering yourself on the website. If you are one of the lucky winners you will be informed personally by e-mail before February 20, 2009.

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.

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