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TechPowerUp and Be Quiet! Present Upgrade Kit Giveaway

This Summer, push your PC's capabilities without making it sound like a jet engine, by giving it the ultimate pacifier: be quiet! You could buy their vast selection of CPU coolers, fans, cases, or power supplies from your favorite retailer, or try your luck with the TechPowerUp be quiet! Upgrade Kit Giveaway. Open from today till the 13th of June for residents of the United Kingdom, European Union, United States, and Canada, the Giveaway lets you win an entire upgrade kit that consists of a be quiet! Silent Base 601 Window Black case, a Straight Power 11 650W power supply, and a Dark Rock Slim CPU Cooler. The first runner up wins a combination of the same case and CPU cooler, while the second runner up wins the CPU cooler. All you have to do is to fill up a short form that helps us get back to you if you've won. It's that easy to give your precious hardware the Summer vacation it deserves.

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Be Quiet Unveils Six New Products at CES 2019

Be Quiet invited us to its product unveil suite on the sidelines of CES 2019. The company unveiled six new products, most of which are variations or improvements of existing products in the company's stack. The lineup begins with Dark Base 700 White Edition, limited-edition (3,000 units) ATX mid-tower. The case combines all-white interiors with mostly-white exteriors, black mesh accents along the sides, with RGB LED embellishments, and clear tempered glass. The case retains the remaining feature-set from the Dark Base 700, and is expected to be priced at 189.95€.

Also shown here is a Dark Rock Slim 120 tower-type CPU cooler with a single fan. This cooler is rated to handle thermal loads of up to 180 W (TDP), and hence only supports mainstream-desktop CPU sockets such as LGA115x, AM4, and probably even LGA2066. The fin-stack features a high-clearance fin design that curves inward. Slated for Q2-2019, the cooled is expected to be priced around 50€. Three color variants of the company's existing fan lineup were shown, including matte-black and all-white variants of Shadow Wings 2, and a new high-RPM version of Pure Wings 2, with up to 1,600 RPM for the 140 mm variant, and up to 2,000 RPM for the 120 mm one. Available from January 2019 (later this month), prices of these fans could range between 12.50-13.90€.

be quiet! and TechPowerUp Upgrade Kit Giveaway: The Winners!

TechPowerUp and be quiet! brought you the Upgrade Kit Giveaway through December 2018, presenting you with a unique chance to overhaul the case, PSU, and cooling of your gaming rig from Germany's leading PC cooling components maker. From a pool of thousands of entries, three winners were randomly selected, and without further ado, here are the winners!
  • Jernej from Slovenia: Wins the full Upgrade Kit, including a be quiet! Silent Base 801 Window case, Straight Power 11 550W power-supply, and Dark Rock 4 CPU cooler
  • Andre from Brasil and Sebastien from the United Kingdom: Each win a be quiet! Dark Rock 4 CPU Cooler
A huge Congratulations to you three! TechPowerUp and be quiet! will return with more such interesting giveaways.

TechPowerUp and Be Quiet! Present Upgrade Kit Giveaway

TechPowerUp and German PC cooling experts Be Quiet! partner to bring you a unique opportunity to overhaul the casing, power, and cooling of your rig, with the Upgrade Kit Giveaway. One randomly-selected lucky winner stands to win a kit consisting of a Be Quiet! Silent Base 801 case, Straight Power 11 550W 80 Plus Gold power-supply, and a Dark Rock 4 CPU cooler (all three). Additionally, two runners up receive a Dark Rock 4, each. Open from today, the Giveaway ends on December 22. It is open to all our readers worldwide (wherever legal). To participate simply fill up a short form that helps us get back to you if you've won. Be Lucky with Be Quiet!

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be quiet! Announces Dark Rock Pro TR4: High-end Air Cooler for AMD Ryzen Threadripper

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for twelve consecutive years, announces Dark Rock Pro TR4, its high-end air cooler for AMD's Ryzen Threadripper processors. Dark Rock Pro TR4 is part of the Dark Rock 4 cooler family and features a large base plate, optimized for Socket TR4 CPUs. With a sleek design and smart optimizations, Dark Rock Pro TR4 targets demanding workstation users needing the best performance at extremely low noise levels.

be quiet! Displays New Cases and Cooling Products at COMPUTEX 2018

(Editor's Note: We grabbed some pictures of be quiet!'s Silent Base 601, 801, and Dark Base Pro 900 computer cases, which keep on impressing with the company's ability to develop the strong, silent type of computer cases.)

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for twelve consecutive years, is presenting its upcoming products at booth I0218 in the Nangang Exhibition Hall during Computex 2018 Taipei from June 5th to June 9th. The newest products include two new Silent Base PC cases, an update to the flagship Dark Base Pro 900 case, a dual tower Dark Rock Pro TR4 cooler designed for AMD's Threadripper processor, new Shadow Wings 2 silent fans, and accessorizing power supply cables.

Dark Rock 4 Series: be quiet! Announces Upgrades to Its High-end Air Coolers

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for twelve consecutive years*, announces its Dark Rock 4 series of CPU air coolers for high performance processors. Dark Rock 4 and Dark Rock Pro 4 keep most of their predecessors' near-silent operation and performance features, but also introduce innovative and optimized functions that ultimately produce the best processor cooling at extremely low noise levels.
Single-tower Dark Rock 4 and dual-tower Dark Rock Pro 4 versions

Both next generation Dark Rock 4 CPU coolers maintain Dark Rock 3 series' high-performance benchmarks and the near-inaudible operation be quiet!'s products are known for. Thanks to a combination of new and optimized features, be quiet! manages to raise Dark Rock 4's supported thermal design power (TDP) to 200 watts, while still maintaining the same low noise level Dark Rock 3 was renowned for. The second model, be quiet's dual-towered Dark Rock Pro 4, provides a cooling performance for processors up to 250 watts TDP, matching its predecessor in performance, but at a lower noise level of just up to 24.3 db(A).
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