The Cooler Master Stacker 832 is the company's biggest, baddest and by far most unique case. It is the third generation Stacker and has not only grown in overall dimensions but also has some very unique features. Screwless drive installation, mainboard tray and very quiet fans make this case perfect for high-end SLI or Crossfire systems.
Kingston has recreated the Taipei 101 by using memory modules and is displaying DDR3 at 1375 MHz. You will also find DDR2 running at 800 MHz and CL3-3-3 at their booth. Kingston also produces various memory cards and USB flash drives, all of which can be viewed at their booth.
Evercool has a small booth in Hall 1. It is packed to the rim with different cooling products. There is a CPU liquid cooling system as big as a normal air cooler and several very unique notebook and component cooling products.
G.Skill has a clear wall with all their different memory modules on display at Computex. We show you all the interesting and very colorful offerings including their high-end DDR2 and DDR3 models. You will also find DDR3 running at 1600 MHz at CL8 at their booth.
Noctua and Coolink are sharing a booth at Computex. The unique brown fans and the large and extremely well performing NF-S12 are present. Cooling is introducing the Silenator CPU Cooler and is displaying their fan line-up as well as their other cooling products.
Patriot is showing off a few very interesting and spacious USB flash devices at their booth. These have a capacity of up to 16 GB. The same goes for their SDHC card present. You will also find DDR3 up and running, for example DDR3 1500 MHz and DDR2 1262.5 MHz in their display case.
You will not find any overclocked DDR2 or DDR3 memory at the Qimonda booth. They have focused on special products like memory embedded on a mainboard or SODIMM to DIMM adapters. DDR memory and the full range of DDR3 memory - including DDR3 SODIMMs can be viewed at their booth
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The Killer NIC by Bigfoot Networks is a network card specifically designed for the needs of gamers. It comes with a 400 MHz RISC processor onboard that handles all network processing functions, giving the games more CPU time to use. In addition to that the processor can run small applications like a Firewall or BitTorrent client independently from the host system.
Arctic Cooling is displaying some very unique cooling solutions. There is a new Accelero GPU cooler for today's high end cards like the R600, as well as the new Freezer. Both carry the Xtreme name tag. There are a few mainstream and low profile coolers as well as the first power supply present at the booth with high efficiency rating.
TwinMOS is has a very diverse range of products on display. You may only know the brand due to their computer memory products, but there is more. You will find all types of very interesting flash based memory cards as well as USB sticks at the booth. TwinMOS even manufactures Apple iPod speakers and car GPS units.
Top Power and the japanes case manufacturer Abee are sharing a booth to display their products. Top Power is showing off their external 2000W PSU as well as some very unique and small ATX units. Abee has some amazing all aluminum cases with multi-color paint jobs on display.
Vizo is showing off a wide range of PC accessories, lighting and cooling as well as some very interesting internal and external USB devices. A full range of hard drive enclosures for 2.5 and 3.5 inch hard drives in multiple colors can also be viewed at their booth at Computex.
Team Group is showing off some amazing DDR2 and DDR3 memory using heatpipe cooling. They are also one of the few to have a running quad channel 8 GB DDR2 system at their booth. Besides that you will find a few interesting memory sticks as well as DDR2 1300 MHz and DDR3 at 1333MHz.
Coolermaster is showing off their new Cosmos as well as some other cases at their suite. A 1250W power supply connected to two SLI systems is also on display as well as their new line-up of CPU coolers. On top of that, there are watercooling systems for both NVIDIA and ATI cards being shown.
Leadtek is showing off their overclocked and watercooled GeForce 8800 Ultra at Computex. They even have an SLI kit up and running on a single waterblock. The rest of the GeForce 8 series can also be viewed, with many factory overclocked variants and some very unique cooling solutions.
NZXT has some very unique cases on display in their suite at the Hyatt. The Rouge is the ultimate LAN party case, without the usual space restrictions or thermal problems. You will also find some high quality mainstream enclosures, power supplies and notebook cooling pads in the suite.
DFI is one of the top manufacturers for high-end enthusiast motherboards, so it does not surprise to see new products using all the latest and greatest in chipset technology. We could see new Intel X38 motherboards with both DDR2 and DDR3. Also on display was the new AMD RD790 motherboard for AMD Socket AM2. Soon, DFI will announce a revolutionary feature that improves cooling of the motherboard components.
Zaward has a small booth at Computex, but their CPU coolers are quite out of the ordinary. Some feature direct touch heatpipes, while others use golf fans in combination with heatpipes for silent operation. A pre-filled watercooling kit and passive northbridge heatsink can also be viewed at their booth
Winchip may not be well known in Europe or the Americas, but have made a name for themselves in Asia. They are trying to break into the european market and have some very interesting and well performing memory on display at their Computex booth.
Biostar has been doing incredibly well with their T-Series motherboards. The latest products use all the new Intel chipsets like X38 and G33. On the video cards side the V-Ranger voltage control features have been extended to the GeForce 8600 Series.
Elixir has a fancy yellow booth, showing off various DDR3 1066 or 1333 MHz modules for notebooks and desktops. Their demo system is running the new memory at 1600MHz, while you will also find DDR2 sticks running 1066MHz at default voltage on display.
ASRock had a number of cost-effective Core 2 Duo motherboards on display which all support up to 1333 MHz FSB. Another novelty was the ConRoe 1333-DVI/H R2.0 which comes with a DVI add-on card that has to be installed in a PCI-Express slot and reroutes the Intel Integrated Graphics to a DVI port with HDCP support.
Alutek is showing off a wide range of HTPC cases fit for every budget. Their line-up of such enclosures is quite extensive. The company is also displaying small cases which act as heatsinks, making them perfect for passive home theater PCs.
At Corsair you could see the world's fastest DDR3 memory running at 2000 MHz, that's 1000 MHz real clock. Also several shipping DDR3 products were on display in addition to a static demo of ATI's new RD790 chipset motherboard.