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Calyos Showcases Its NSG S0 Phase Change Cooling Chassis at Computex 2017

Remember that Kickstarted case from Calyos, which promises to be the ending of spinning fans on your rig? Calyos is showcasing it at this year's Computex.

The production chassis is designed by France's modding duo WaterMod, which improved upon the original open-frame concept design both in terms of performance and aesthetics. The usage of Phase Change cooling through two cooling blocks - one for the GPU, another for the CPU) makes away with fans, pumps, water, and any other assorted cooling techniques that involve calling upon the decibel gods.

Kickstarted - Calyos NSG S0 Fanless Chassis With Phase Change Cooling

Kickstarted pieces of tech aren't usually covered here, but knowing the community, I'd say this is an interesting take on traditional cooling systems. I, for one, know how much I loathe the sound of spinning fans - but I think I'm in the majority here. And this case by Calyos promises to put an end to all of those, in a much cleaner, environmental-friendly way that doesn't involve dipping your thousands of dollars worth of hardware in something resembling cooking oil.

Calyos Announces Availability of its NSG S0, The Ultimate Fanless PC Case

Calyos announced availability of its NSG S0, a revolutionary new case with factory-fitted phase-change cooling for the CPU and graphics cards. From today (29th March), Calyos will be accepting pre-orders for the case through a 30-day Kickstarter campaign. The NSG S0 will start at 479€, and buyers will be able to order one of many custom-design themes, such as Battlefield Edition, LoL Edition, MSI Gaming edition, Unicorn Team Fortress edition, and more functional changes, such as a water-cooling mod. The case will come optimized for Core i7-7700K (socket LGA1151) and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics. At a later date, the company plans to sell complete pre-assembled gaming PC builds featuring the two components.

The case features a central brushed aluminium frame that holds a motherboard tray on one side, and a compartment on the other side with the PSU tray, some drive trays, and the phase-change cooler that puts out pressurized coolant through high-pressure CPU and VGA blocks. Phase-change cooling works on the same principle as refrigeration, and is a proven sub-zero cooling method for enthusiast PC builds. The case can also be refitted to handle liquid cooling.
Pictures of the special-edition variants and the press-release follow.

Calyos Unveils NSG Passive Cooling Kit for Thermaltake Core P3

Heatpipe cooling expert Calyos unveiled a passive-cooling kit for the Thermaltake Core P3 chassis. The kit mounts on to the panel bolts of the Core P3, and is an elaborate passive cooling heatsink, from which two sets of heat pipes make their way out. One of these mount on to the CPU (supports all modern socket types), and the other to a graphics card. The kit can handle thermal loads of up to 100W TDP for the CPU, and up to 180W TDP for the graphics card. That's enough cooling for a machine with a Core i7-6700K processor, and a GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. Calyos will unveil this kit at its 2017 International CES booth.

Source: FanlessTech

Calyos Unveils the NGS Cube Passive-Cooled Gaming Desktop

Calyos, makers of compact workstations, unveiled the NGS Cube, a passively-cooled gaming desktop with performance-segment hardware. The star-attraction here is the case itself, which is made of aluminium, and encloses a network of heatsinks, heat pipes, and bases; and is capable of handling thermal loads of up to 200W. That gives it just enough muscle to cool the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 Mini graphics card it includes (up to 120W TDP), and a quad-core CPU with TDP of up to 65W. Driving it all together is an ASUS Z170I Pro Gaming motherboard. The company is expected to showcase the NGS Cube at the 2017 International CES, with sales starting soon after.

Source: FanlessTech

Calyos Unveils High-end Fanless Gaming PC

Calyos announced its flagship Fanless PC workstation. Its star attraction is a unique 2-phase cooling solution that has no moving parts, and instead a closed loop long heat-pipe cooling solution, which consists of a large heatsink that doubles up as the custom Lian Li PC-O7S case's right side-panel. The bore of the heat-pipes are filled with a refrigerant (R-245fa), which flows through the loop thanks to convection.

The cooling solution is so effective that Calyos is offering builds with the Intel Core i7-5820K processor (140W TDP), and the GeForce GTX TITAN X graphics card (250W TDP). Adding to its fanless credentials is a Super Flow Golden Silent PSU. The passive cooling is so effective, that Calyos is claiming better temperatures than even liquid cooling. Calyos is offering this desktop with various other CPU and GPU combinations.

Source: FanlessTech
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