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Raijintek Intros EOS 12 RBW ADD Fans

Raijintek today introduced the EOS 12 RBW ADD line of 120 mm case fans. Based on the design of the original EOS 12 fans, the new EOS 12 RBW ADD comes in single-unit and three-unit packs. It is optimized both for ventilation and for use in liquid cooling setups owing to its fairly good static pressure. Featuring a hydraulic bearing rated for 40,000 hours, the fan takes in 4-pin PWM for its main function, and spins between 800 to 1,800 RPM, with a maximum air-flow of 75 CFM, maximum static pressure of 2.3 mm H₂O, and a maximum noise output rated at 28 dBA. It uses a 3-pin addressable RGB connection for its illumination. The three-unit pack includes a ARGB+PWM controller with an RF remote control. The frames of these fans feature rubberized mounts that dampen vibration. The company didn't reveal pricing.

ID-Cooling Rolls Out ZF-12025 in Four New Pastel Colors

ID-Cooling unveiled four new color options for its ZF-12025 120 mm case fan with white lighting. The four new pastel color options are "Baby Blue," "Lemon Yellow," "Mint Green," and "Piglet Pink." The color scheme extends to the fan's frame and the impeller, while the vibration-dampening rubber inserts and the a ring along the bore of the frame remain in contrasting white, with a single-color white LED inside that draws power from the main 4-pin connector.

Recommended for both case ventilation and liquid-cooling applications, the ZF-12025 takes in 4-pin PWM for its main function. It spins between 900 to 2,000 RPM, pushing up to 55.2 CFM of air, with 2.13 mm H₂O pressure. ID-Cooling will reportedly introduce several of its products, including radiators, AIO CLCs, and heatsinks in these four new color schemes, matching the the ZF-12025. The fans are expected to be priced at USD $12.99 a piece, with U.S. availability expected around late-June.

Update May 21st: ID-Cooling clarified to us that the pastel color variants of the ZF-12025 lack ARGB lighting, and in place of the ARGB diffuser is a solid white color ring with a white LED. The company also revealed pricing and availability information.

OWC Unveils the Newest Iteration of its Wildly Popular Mercury Elite Pro External Storage Solution

OWC a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company and one of the world's most respected providers of hard drives, SSDs, Mac & PC docking solutions and performance upgrade kits, today announced the latest edition of its legendary Mercury Elite Pro external storage system for Mac, PC, Linux machines, Smart TVs, and PS4 and Xbox consoles. The 3.5-inch USB 3.2 5 Gb/s hard drive system is a modern day workhorse, delivering real-world performance up to 283 MB/s and capacities up to 16 TB to keep pace with the demands of everything from video editing projects, critical business data, and irreplaceable personal content to expanding PS4/Xbox One game storage and enjoying music/video content via a Smart TV.

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Enermax at Computex 2019 Part 2: Power Supplies

In part 2 of our 3-part series on Enermax at Computex 2019, we go hands-on with three of the company's new additions to its vast lineup of enthusiast PSUs. The lineup begins with an addition to the company's high-Wattage MaxRevo series, with a new 1800W model. This PSU requires 230VAC for its advertised Wattage, and can still put out 1600W with 115VAC. With 230VAC, the unit is capable of putting out 1900W of peak output, although 1800W is guaranteed (continuous output).

At both AC input types, the PSU's efficiency is rated 80 Plus Gold. Such high power is packed into a body that's just 18 cm (7 inches) in length. Its 135 mm double ball-bearing fan is capable of spinning at speeds of up to 3,100 RPM. This fan typically runs at 20-40% of its speed, but at the push of a button near the AC receptacle, can be forced to run at max speed. The MaxRevo 1800W comes with plenty of straws out of its fully-modular cabling plane, with at least two 4+4 pin EPS and ten 6+2 pin PCIe.

Fractal Design Presents the Define S2 Vision and new Dynamic X2 PWM Black

Leading PC case designer and manufacturer Fractal Design today revealed a stunning new take on one of their most popular new case designs with the Define S2 Vision, a modification of the S2 chassis with a range of upgrades including dark tempered glass panels on all sides. Define S2 Vision comes in two variants: the RGB version equipped with a full ensemble of Prisma ARGB accessories, and the Blackout version outfitted with all new Dynamic X2 PWM Black fans, also available separately today.

The Define S2 Vision was designed with the goal of bringing together beauty and function, and with its full tempered glass exterior, you'll experience the radiance of your system from every angle. Be the center of attention with the Define S2 Vision RGB, or choose the Blackout edition with Dynamic X2 PWM Black fans for a more subtle yet equally eye-catching effect.

Corsair Whitewashes the LL120 RGB 120mm Fans

Corsair is readying mostly-white variants of its LL120 RGB case fans. A variant of the LL120 from 2017, the LL120 RGB White features an all-white frame with contrasting black frame rubber inserts, a white silicone diffuser along the bore of the frame with 16 addressable RGB LEDs, a pearl-white finish impeller, and a contrasting black impeller hub sticker. The fan takes in 4-pin PWM input to do its job, and a 3-pin addressable RGB input for its lighting. It spins at speeds of up to 2,200 RPM, pushing up to 63 CFM of air, at a noise output of up to 36 dBA. It has a rated lifespan of 40,000 hours. Corsair is selling the LL120 RGB White in individual packs, and 3-fan packs with an added iCUE RGB LED controller. The two go on sale on the 15th of February.

CORSAIR Launches New Hydro Series H100i and H115i RGB PLATINUM Liquid CPU Coolers

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today launched the latest in its line of best-selling Hydro Series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, the CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i RGB PLATINUM and CORSAIR Hydro Series H115i RGB PLATINUM. The new pair of coolers take the Hydro Series to new heights in both cooling performance and dazzling RGB lighting across both the fans and pump head.

Each of the new entries in the acclaimed Hydro Series range is cooled by a pair of CORSAIR ML PRO Series RGB magnetic levitation PWM fans, delivering the superb airflow and high static pressure needed to cool today's hottest CPUs. Thanks to the ultra-low friction of their magnetic bearings, they also generate less noise than traditional bearing fans even when spinning at higher RPMs. The H100i RGB PLATINUM comes equipped with two 120mm fans and a 240mm radiator, while the H115i RGB PLATINUM is cooled by two 140mm fans and a 280mm radiator.

Seagate Unveils Industry's Most Advanced 14 TB Data Storage Portfolio

Seagate Technology, a world leader in data storage solutions, today launched the industry's widest range of advanced 14 TB hard drives, enhancing the company's enterprise and specialty drive portfolio. Consisting of IronWolf and IronWolf Pro for network attached storage (NAS) applications, the BarraCuda Pro desktop drive, surveillance-optimized SkyHawk, and Exos X14 for hyperscale data centers, this purpose-built portfolio empowers customers to consume, manage and utilize digital data more effectively and efficiently while establishing new benchmarks in speed and capacity.

With this offering, Seagate continues to lead the industry in driving data storage technology toward a lower cost per terabyte through hard drive optimization, versatility of application, and unmatched capacity. Whether for personal use, creative and design computing, online gaming, or large-scale surveillance systems and hyperscale environments, Seagate drives are opening up new data management opportunities across a wide range of markets.

Toshiba Announces X300 8TB Internal 3.5-inch Hard Drive

Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC), a committed technology leader, today announces the X300 3.5-inch internal hard drive in 8 TB capacity. Compared to the P300 series with capacities up to 3 TB, the X300 Series delivers extreme performance and robust capacity for creative and professional applications including graphic design, animation, photo and video editing, and PC gaming.

The new 8 TB model features Toshiba's cache technology, a self-contained cache algorithm with on-board buffer management, which optimizes cache allocation during read/write to provide high-level performance in real time. The X300 Series is offered in 4 TB, 5 TB, 6 TB and 8 TB capacities, all with a higher 128 MB cache than P300 series, ensuring fast data access. Available in a 3.5-inch form factor, the X300 performs at 7,200 RPM and a SATA connection up to 6 Gbit/s. Compatible with most major brands of Serial ATA enabled desktop computers, the Toshiba X300 high-precision head positioning supported by advanced format technology (physical 4 KB sector) and dual stage actuator technology delivers high storage density and capacity.

Western Digital Introduces 10 TB RED, RED PRO HDDs

Western Digital has introduced new models to its RED and RED PRO line-up of HDDs. The RED series is oriented more towards a NAS environment, though nothing is really stopping you from putting on of these into your system. These use the same HelioSeal technology that WD uses on their enterprise-class drives, which allows the company to increase the capacity of the RED and RED PRO drives by 25%.

The normal RED drive is built for systems with up to 8 drive bays, while the RED PRO is built for systems with up to 16 drive bays. The RED series is more silent, with an internal spindle speed of 5400RPM, while the RED PRO series comes with a 7200RPM speed. This means the PRO series is louder while operating, but also that is has better performance and faster data access times.
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