Saturday, March 7th 2009

CeBIT 2009: Arctic Cooling

Arctic Cooling has a very open booth at the show and they have a few demonstration to show what their Fusion 550R (550 Watt) power supply is capable of. They are loading all rails and generating around 570 W, still managing to keep everything stable and cooling it with a single 80 mm fan. Then they have a system in which they are utilizing all kinds of different Arctic Cooling products in combination with the Fusion 550R power supply. Lastly, there is a system with two passively cooled 9800 GTX+ inside their chassis.

Arctic Cooling is also working on a compact, portable notebook cooler, which should be out in Q2. It is powered soley by USB and also has four USB 2.0 ports and the fan speed can be adjusted with a dial in the back. Last but not least, they are showing off cooling solutions created for specific manufacturers. There is a 9500GT from Axle with an enclosed single slot cooling solution from Arctic Cooling.Source: Arctic Cooling
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6 Comments on CeBIT 2009: Arctic Cooling

Was waiting Arctic Cooling post, case filled with them looks nice, but was hoping both xtreme's seperate. Accelero XTREME 4870X2 in that system though.
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lol i really like the arcticcooling2.jpg. I want a clear case like that. Looks badass
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iStink said:
lol i really like the arcticcooling2.jpg. I want a clear case like that. Looks badass
Although I like my case on the ground, wouldn't mind having that on the table :) Just needs a place for HDD/DVD.
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Graphical Hacker
Arctic cooling fans a my pic for case fans, as well as HS's!
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Bird of Prey
Nice...reminds me of Corsairs PSUs where you can go above the rated wattage and still be clicking along nicely.
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