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CeBIT 09: Kobalt's new Blade chassis feature's four of CoolIT's latest TEC powered Elite water-chillers.
CeBIT 09: Taking a few leaves out of the Antec 902 book, Lian Li tweaks the Lancool range to appeal more to the gaming audience.
CeBIT 09: While the idea might not be new, this product from Zotac certainly is and controlling a PC over Ethernet efficiently is certainly impressive.
CeBIT 09: Biostar's next generation Intel P55 board claims the CPU will run DDR3-1333 - faster than Core i7 - but it'll also OC to 2,000MHz.
CeBIT 09: We check out G.Skill's new heatsinks (memory) cooling goodies and is it making a watch?
CeBIT 09: Created by BMW Group in the US, Thermaltake's new Level 10 is an awesome design, but will it be king of quality?
CeBIT 2009: With a brushed aluminium design, 8" touchscreen LCD and Atom hardware built in - Asus' Eee keyboard is a sexy bit of hardware.
CeBIT 09: Corsair cases? TEC cooled memory? Crazy but cool comes to mind.
CeBIT 09: And the award for successfully butchering a product line goes to Antec for the P183 and P193. URGH!
CeBIT 09: Gigabyte whipped out its latest Intel P55 motherboard for us to snap - what's this new connector?
CeBIT 09: MSI custom cools a GTX 260 and bundles its own PCB with "military grade" hardware and new a front panel display.
CeBIT 09: 1TB of storage from four SSDs in RAID and connected through PCI-Express x8? I'll take 3, please.
CeBIT 09: Super slim, extremely sexy, better power than a netbook and under £800. Two fingers to Macbook Air.
CeBIT 09: A couple of cases from our project logs forum hit the Cooler Master stand here at CeBIT!
CeBIT 09: Cooler Master has a smaller HAF and Storm series products, as well as passively cooled mini-ITX. Cheap and fully featured? Oh yes!
CeBIT 09: MSI has sneakily shown off Intel's next generation P55/Core i5 platform.
February 17 2020 | 09:00
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