Computex 2007 – Day 2 Show CoverageThu, Jun 07, 2007 - 12:00 PM
Super Talent and Antec
Super Talent Technology recently announced 1333MHz and 1066MHz DDR3 modules and had their DDR3 memory on display for the first time. These JEDEC compliant 1GB modules and 2GB kits were designed specifically for the new Intel P35 “Bearlake” platform, and have already been validated on multiple P35 motherboards.
The 2GB DDR3 kit at 1333MHz comes with 9-9-9-21 timings. These modules are clad in Super Talent’s custom black cast aluminum HE heat spreaders for improved thermal performance and they do look good in person even though they are hard to take pictures of because of their design and finish.
Antec was doing a product preview on several cases, but the one that stood out to us the most was the Antec Twelve Hundred with water-cooling options. This case comes with or without a built-in water cooling radiator that will allow consumers to easily install their water cooling kit in this chassis. The massive radiator sits below a 200mm Antec Tricool fan, which will ensure great air flow over the surface on the cooling fins.
When taking a closer look at the inside of the case one can tell just how massive the radiator that comes with the Antec Twelve HUundred really is. Two of the six case fans that come standard on the Twelve Hundred can also be seen in the above image. The Antec Twelve Hundred gamers case will not be cheap, but very few cases on the market will pack as many features in a case as this one!
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