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Coming out of nowhere I just found that SilverStone, a company that specializes in building high-end enclosures, has just launched a neat product that will certainly please all overclockers and computer enthusiasts. SilverStone SST-CLEARCMOS, as it is called, is an universal clear CMOS button on a backplate which works with every motherboard that has 3-pin clear CMOS pinouts. That allows you to quickly clear the CMOS for recovering from failed overclocking attempts, updating BIOS, or resetting BIOS without the need to open your PC. It's pretty cool, all you need to do is take away the CMOS jumper from your motherboard, connect the three SST-CLEARCMOS wires, and fix the backplate to a free PCI slot in your case.
Silverstone has the odd new product at CeBIT 2008, the main one being a mid-sized ATX tower that HEXUS.net managed to sneak an exclusive look at earlier today. What's worth seing in this aluminum chassis are the two 200mm fans inside, one mounted up front against the hard drives, the other up on the top. This pre-production sample also has 5x bays for optical drives, along with space for up to seven 3.5-inch HDDs.
Silverstone has informed VR-Zone that Temjin TJ10 ESA Edition is slated to start retailing by the end of February (pricing to be updated later). The difference from the original TJ-10 is that Silverstone has implemented an ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) controller in the new version that works with ESA certified motherboards to provide full system monitoring and thermal control. What is ESA?
SilverStone has just launched two new 350W and 500W power supplies: the ST35F and ST50F. The Strider series power supply units feature active PFC, dual +12V rails for newest systems, four serial ATA connectors, intelligent 120mm variable speed fan and 80% efficiency. The 500W ST50F also features two 6pin PCI-E connectors for dual graphics cards. The ST35F is available in Europe for 42EUR (without VAT) and the ST50F for 64EUR (without VAT).
SilverStone announced today its new Kublai KL02 mid tower chassis. This case features the same internal layout as Kublai KL01, but is made out of steel instead of aluminum. The case features two 120mm fans, hot swappable fan slots and hot swappable HDD cages. The Kublai KL02 is priced at 90.80EUR (without VAT) and the KL02-W which features a window costs 94.00EUR (without VAT).