This year's COMPUTEX exhibition was marked for Thermaltake The official launch of the Level 10, But this is definitely not the only product she exhibited at the show. Her stall, which was characterized by the company's black and red colors, contained a variety of products, newer and less.
In the packaging category, the company presented the line of Element enclosures for gamers and hardware professionals. The flagship of this series is the Full-Tower Element V, which will be available in the coming weeks. It supports up to 11 5.25 bays or 5 5.25 bays, 6 3.5 bays and two iCage cages.
Beyond the V, the rest of the series includes mainly Mid-Tower packages. The Element S You must have already You know, Since it is Launched at CES, In January this year. An additional case is now added Element G, Which as its name implies, is intended for gamers. It has 120 mm fans on the front, top and left and with the help of a dial button, located on the top-front panel, you can change the rotation speed of the fans, connect USB devices and turn off / turn on the computer.
Thermaltake is the company that appeals to the audience of eSports (yes, playing games in tournaments around the world is considered a sport) and it shows them the Element T, Which is available from the middle of the month. If the G offers you quiet 120 mm fans, then the T offers you the option of installing a huge 200 mm fan in the front or two 140 or 120 mm fans. At the back you will find a standard 120 mm fan and at the top a fan 200 mm. The case is also available in a version with a left door that allows you to install a 120 or 230 mm fan.
Other packages that are expected to arrive in this series are Element M, a cheaper Mid-Tower chassis compared to others, and Element Q, a mini package designed for those who want to put together a Media Center PC or just want a smaller case for the computer. In addition, the company is launching The SD100 Mini and-SD200, Which are specially designed for Media Center Ballroom computers, and look just like a DVD player. The SD100 Mini is designed for mini-ITX boards, a standard that has been gaining momentum over the past year, and the SD200 is designed for Micro-ATX boards. If you want a larger case, with a front LCD screen, Thermaltake offers you theDH202.
In the power supply category, the company has launched the Thoughpower Grand series, whose exterior design is rounded at the edges, and together with the black-red colors it is very reminiscent of the design of the Level 10. This supply series will come in a modular version only, with 650, 750 and 850 watts, along with an 80PLUS Silver mark. The 140 mm fan has been upgraded and is based on a liquid bearing (which the company calls Hydro Dynamic Bearing) and together with a new design of the wings, the airflow has increased by 15 percent, while the noise is reduced by 3 percent. Using a button on the back of the power , You can turn on or off the fan's red LEDs. As befits a luxury series, all suppliers in this series will come with an extended 7-year warranty.
Another series of power supplies that the company is launching is the EVO_Blue which comes in a modular version and with supplies of 550, 650, and 7500 watts. Here, too, the fan is 140 mm in size, but it is based on the old ball bearing technology. According to company representatives, these power supplies have been tested and approved so that they provide the same performance even when the ambient temperature rises to 50 degrees Celsius. Of 5 years.
In its power supply Thoughpower series, the company offers two new models, with 600 and 700 (W0375 and W0376), with an 80PLUS Gold mark, which promises to provide energy efficiency of 87, 90 and 87 Or more) percent, under loads of 20, 50 and 100 percent, respectively. It also upgrades the power supplies, such as W0295, W700, W2096, W800 and W0325.) Now all of them receive the Silver 1200PLUS character, which means they are promising Provide 0370, 1350 and 80 (or more) energy efficiency under loads of 85, 88, and 85 percent, respectively. Also this series comes with a warranty of 20 years.
How not, of course, in the cooling system category, the company found room for improvement and innovation. After the success of its SpinQ, launched last year, the company launches the SpinQ VT, which looks as if they took the original SpinQ and turned it on 90 so that it now stands on its head.
Anyone who wants a quiet yet solid cooling system will certainly be happy to hear about the Silent 1156, which, as its name implies, supports Intel's new 1156 chassis, which comes with the P55 kit. In fact, Silent 1156 is the code name of the product, with its marketing name expected to be Frio.
But this is definitely not all, as Thermaltake has been concerned to introduce newer products and less in a number of additional categories such as water cooling systems and various water cooling accessories, various air cooling systems for the processor or video card, various storage products for external hard drives, fans of different sizes and colors And of course cooling accessories for laptops. In addition, she presented The products of its subsidiary / company, LUXA2, which include cases for Media Center Ballroom, laptop coolers and even iPhone / iPod status - when their overall brand is the prestigious look, plus Sawrovsky crystals.