Thermaltake has unveiled the Massive TM laptop cooling pad, a product featuring adjustable temperature sensor, display control panel, aluminum design and two 120 mm temperature regulated fans. Its ergonomic design makes for the most comfortable viewing angle and hand position.
Massive TM builds with the first Thermaltake adjustable temperature sensor monitoring up to four different areas, pin-points the hottest part of user’s notebook. The easy and smart multi-function display panel that showing information from each sensor, as well as lock button and fan control.
Two 120 mm temperature regulated fans are built in the middle of Massive TM for maximum speed up to 1300 rpm, enabling laptops to produce cold air and create the best cooling performance.
Massive TM is designed with brushed aluminum panel for added elegance. The large area of hexagonal shape cooling mesh reduces wind resistance and wind noise, increasing airflow through the area.
Japanese CPU cooler and case fan expert Scythe presents its new top-notch Grand Flex 120 mm fan series. These new axial fans surprise with the aggressive design and are set to be the successor of the incredibly successful S-FLEX series, taking it to the next level in terms of design and performance.
“Sealed Precision FDB” was newly developed from scratch as the core for its Grand Flex 120 mm series. This bearing is based on the “Fluid Dynamic Bearing” technology that has served Scythe well for several popular high-end series in the past, and is now being used as a very solid and reliable foundation for the new design. Scythe’s Fluid Dynamic Bearing utilizes lubricant oil between the shaft and the bearing, resulting in excellent lubrication and silent operation. The used high-grade lubricant oil can withstand high temperatures of up to 250 degree Celsius, and are additionally of special interest for industrial use. Grand Flex 120 case fans are made for long time silent operation and are rated with MTTF (Mean Time To Failure) of 120.000 hours (at 25 degree Celsius).
Another highlight is the completely new design of the nine blades of the Grand Flex 120 and Grand Flex 120 PWM models. Each fan blade is made especially robust and is equipped with an indentation close to the center-hub. Hence allows much more focused and more concentrated airflow towards the cooling area, resulting in better performance when used with cooler heatsinks. In order to reduce the vibration transferred to PC chassis, a set of vibration dampers is supplied with each Grand Flex 120 case fan. In addition, all Grand Flex 120 case fans come with a 500 mm long cable, which is sleeved – allowing it to be conveniently used even in big tower chassis.
To match every users’ taste, Scythe Grand Flex 120 axial fans are available in five different variations. For users seeking constant airflow at fixed speed, total of four models are available, including 800 rpm, 1.200 rpm, 1.600 rpm and 2.000 rpm. Users seeking a fan with PWM support, can rely on the Grand Flex 120 PWM model, which offers a very wide fan speed range from 600 up to 2.400 rpm.
Overview of all models with specifications:
SM1225GF12SL: 30.5 CFM at 800 rpm and 18.0 dBA
SM1225GF12L: 45.8 CFM at 1,200 rpm and 23.5 dBA
SM1225GF12M: 61.1 CFM at 1,600 rpm and 28.5 dBA
SM1225GF12H: 76.6 CFM at 2,000 rpm and 34.5 dBA
SM1225GF12SH-P: 24.2 to 96.8 CFM at 600 to 2,400 rpm and 13.5 ~ 39.5 dBA, PWM-Technology
All Scythe Grand Flex 120 models are available as of today on the market. Manufacturer’s suggested retail price for models with fixed fan speed is set at 10 EUR, and the PWM model (SM1225GF12SH-P) at 12 EUR.
Enermax has announced their launch of the latest advanced series of fan models equipped with their all-new patented technology, APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control. As the name implies, the peak speed of these fans can be adjusted as preferred, and the speed will be regulated automatically by pulse-width modulation (PWM) or by an integrated thermal sensor after selecting the particular RPM range.
While the current Twister Series has been introduced into the market for more than five years, Enermax decided to add a refreshing twist to the series by adding the new Twister Advance series, offering three different rpm modes which can be selected with a small switch at the fan hub. Users can then easily adapt the Enermax fans for various applications. For instance, the new Cluster Advance 120 mm version fan runs within the ranges of 500 to 1200, 500 to 1500 or 500 to 1800 rpm, so that users can select the best combination for their chassis. Other features such as the patented Twister, carved halo frame and batwing blades are still retained to offer users the best cooling performance.
On the basis of the design of the APS control that allows end users to have different rpm settings and specifications, Enermax releases two new Vegas fans, the four-color LED (blue, red, green and white) and single-color LED models coming in blue, red or white. These two series have 48 LEDs and 18 LEDs respectively, and each contains six lightening modes. These LED specifications truly make Enermax Vegas fans the brightest and shiniest fans in market. In addition, this is the first time that Enermax Vegas fans have the patented carved halo frame, that allows for increased airflow and enhances the overall cooling performance.
Furthermore, just like all other Enermax fans, all of the above five new models utilize the Enermax patented Twister Bearing, a magnetic bearing technology, which helps prevent the abrasion that mechanical bearings such as sleeve or ball-bearings have. This design helps give these Enermax fans a superb lifespan usage of more than 100k hours.
Deepcool has officially released their first fanless CPU cooler, the Lucifer, which is named after the hero from the well-known and popular video game DotA (Defense of the Ancients) for Warcraft III.
Lucifer CPU cooler is designed to cool the mainstream processors in fanless mode to create a totally silent system; meanwhile, Lucifer is also capable of cooling high-end processors with the help of good airflow inside the case. The bundled 140 mm patented rubber fan is able to enhance the cooling capacity of Lucifer up to 300 W. Users can use this fan as a case fan or use it to push/pull the cool air through the heatsink.
There are six heatpipes firmly soldered onto the copper base to enhance the heat conductivity from the processor to the heatsink. The heatpipes are specially placed asymmetrically to ensure good compatibility with the memory. The cooler has a massive surface and wide gap between the fins to allow quick heat dissipation in passive mode and fast airflow through in fan mode. The heatsink body is fully nickel plated to prevent from oxidation and to increase durability of the product.
This cooler supports all mainstream Intel and AMD processors, and will be available worldwide from August for a suggested retail price USD 60.
Japanese cooling expert Scythe is introducing the successor of its Mugen 3 CPU cooler. Mugen 4 brings a brand new tower-style fin structure design, an optimized heatsink, as well as a greatly improved and simplified mounting mechanism.
Scythe engineers improved the Mugen 3 design with special focus on more compact heatsink dimensions combined with better performance in order to elevate the Mugen to the next level. The outcome is a high-end CPU cooler with the compact dimensions of 5.11 x 3.46 x 6.16 in. (130 x 88 x 156.45 mm) and the weight of 1.37 lb. (625 g), allowing the Mugen 4 to be installed in virtually every computer. Although the heatsink size and weight have been reduced, the performance could be further boosted compared to the predecessor. This was achieved thanks to the newly developed T-M.A.P.S. (Three-dimensional Multiple Airflow Pass-Through Structure) fin structure, which increases the airflow inside the cooling heatsink allowing immensely improved performance.
In the process of improving the performance, the Scythe Glide Stream case fan series played an important role. The supplied 120 mm model supports the PWM standard, allowing the fan speed to be adjusted individually according to the CPU temperature by the motherboard. Thanks to this, a very wide fan speed range from 400 to 1,400 rpm with airflow between 20.7 and 79 cfm can be utilized. Low noise level between 5.3 and 28dBA make the Glide Stream case fan even more suited for the new Mugen 4 allowing it to be even more silent than the predecessor. Users seeking even higher performance are able to use the second fan clip set, which is supplied, to attach a second fan and create a “push-pull” configuration.
Mugen 4 is first to come with the newly developed “Hyper Precision Mounting System” (H.P.M.S.). Hence making the mounting procedure much easier and faster than before. Compatibility to the AMD sockets AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, and FM2, as well as the Intel sockets LGA 775, 1155, 1156, 1366, and 2011 is assured. In addition, the new LGA 1150 (Intel “Haswell”) socket is fully supported. All required mounting clips and screws are supplied with the Scythe Mugen 4, including one wrench, a multi-lingual manual, and quality thermal grease.
Scythe Mugen 4 is available on the market as of this week with a suggested retail price of 36.00 euros.
Thermaltake has just announced the newest upgrade on life style notebook cooler – Sleek and compact, the Thermaltake Allways Control Notebook Cooler is the new functional laptop accessory. Dual, adjustable 70 mm fans and an aluminum faceplate keep the user’s laptop cool while rubber pads hold the laptop securely above with bottom supports allowing for the laptop at an incline or flat set up. With specific fan direction controllers designed, users can manually control the air flow towards various angles and different directions. It is completely USB powered and even features four USB ports, perfect for multiple devices connection.
With built-in new air flow controlling technology, two fan direction controllers enable users to manually control the fans on/off status, air flow towards various angles, and different directions. Additionally, there is a fan speed controller located at the side of the cooling pad which enables an intuitive fan speed adjustment helping to create a balanced cooling performance.
Xigmatek has just released the Janus (CAC-EXAI6-U01), a low-profile CPU cooler equipped with a copper base, aluminum fins, six 6-mm heatpipes, and two fans: The top fan is a 120 mm model, while the bottom one is an 80 mm model.
The cooler supports most modern CPU socket types, including Intel LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA2011, LGA1366, and LGA775; and AMD AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, FM2/FM1.
Arctic has just announced the Alpine 20 PLUS CO, a low profile CPU cooler dedicated to Intel LGA-2011 socket. It uses a high quality dual ball bearing from Japan to offer a lifespan up to 5 times longer than common sleeve bearing types. This low profile yet long-lasting CPU cooler is no doubt an excellent cooling solution for entry level servers.
Equipped with a 92 mm PWM fan with low noise impeller, the Alpine 20 PLUS CO offers a decent boost of cooling performance and lowers the noise level significantly compared to the box cooler. Thanks to the PWM control, it adjusts the fan speed according to the CPU temperature and thus the noise is always maintained at an absolute minimum.
The pre-installed spring-loaded screws guarantee hassle-free setup and ensure optimized contact pressure. It also comes with the pre-applied MX-4 thermal compound which enhances the heat dissipation from the CPU.
The Alpine 20 PLUS CO CPU cooler is priced at US$ 17.90.
NZXT has announced the return of its Sentry Mix fan controller. Designed to satisfy the needs of mainstream users, gamers and enthusiasts alike, the Sentry Mix 2 comes with an improved design at an unbeatable price.
This high-performance fan controller brings six channels of continuous 30 watts of power to your fingertips, giving you complete control over an arsenal of fans. Like its predecessor, the Sentry Mix 2 offers a perfect blend of functionality and style.
Its matte-black finish, glossy-black sliders and customizable LED lighting ensures it will blend seamlessly with nearly any build. The Sentry Mix 2 also comes with PWM-ready connectors, offering users control over a wide variety of fan options.
Designed with inspiration from today’s most sophisticated audio mixers, the Sentry Mix 2 will set the stage for your build with cutting-edge precision and style. The NZXT Sentry Mix 2 will be available for USD 29.99.
Deepcool has announced the third member of its Multicore notebook cooler family, the Multicore X8. Sporting a large, high quality aluminum panel and 4 x 100 mm fans, this notebook cooler is able to cool down your notebook for better performance and safety.
The contact area has been specially designed with four separate aluminum “zones” allowing the four fans to blow into four different regions under the notebook. This innovative design makes full use of the dissipation area, and also covers the various hot-spots of your notebook. Also included is a fan control knob allowing fan combinations to be turned on or off: all fans on, two upper fans on, two lower fans on, all fans off, which offers a balance between cooling performance and noise level.
With two foldable supporting feet, the Multicore X8 is able to provide the user with two viewing angles to help ensure a healthy viewing position whether typing an email or watching a YouTube video. In addition, there are two included USB ports for expanding the notebook’s usable connectivity.