Thermaltake makes muscles with its gas coolers, and offers a host of innovations in cooling various computer components.
First of all, the company introduced the Xpressar, a phase-change cooling system that works on the principle of gas cooling. Thermaltake claims that this is the first system in the world in terms of structure, configuration and capabilities, since they indicate that the Xpressar system does not need maintenance for 5 years from the day of purchase (except for the gas), and it can cool down to more than 20 Water cooling system, which of course indicates the fact that the temperature of the room you are never expected to reach. All the components in the system were manufactured by the company, and in the picture you can see the system is installed on the Armor + chassis of the company, of course.
In the water cooling category, the company launches a series of new and stronger systems, named ProWater (the previous models were called Big Water). The 850i model was launched a few months ago and in the exhibition the company introduced the 880i model, based on the new P600 pump (which pumps 500 per liter per hour) and a dual radiator with two 120 fans.
The company introduced its line of heat exchangers Similar to CeBIT 2008
, On a huge wall divided into categories. Unfortunately, many innovations were not here, since the company Presented the main innovations in CeBIT 2008
, Just three months ago, but there are still some innovations that are worth a look. In the lower part of the wall, the new products were concentrated in all categories. On the right side is a cooling system for a video card that is named SOrb, and its name is derived from a design similar to a letter. The new cooling consists of two heat pipes and a fan in the center, where compliance is said to be compatible with the wide range of video cards from both companies. In addition, the company unveiled additional cooling for the various video cards. The cooling is completely passive, and the current design contains heat pipes, the main idea being that there are cooling elements on both sides, which will help to dissipate the heat without any help from the fan.
On the left side of the innovation area, the company introduced cooling systems for processors, the most interesting of which was Rotation, which is a cylindrical cooling body built in the form of an elongated cylinder that contains no less than 6 heat pipes. Next to the Rotation is a cooling body called TMG IA1, and was given the nickname butterfly on the shape of the cut of the aluminum fins. The TMG IA1 is equipped with 8 heat pipes and has a fan size of 120 millimeters.
In parallel with the many innovations in the field of refrigeration, the company also managed to launch two new packages designed for different market segments. The first case is the Spedo, whose front and top are made of mesh and allow free airflow through them. Inside the case there is room for the installation of no less than 9 fans (if you really must) and dedicated drawers for storing the hard drives. The highlight of the case is the internal structure, since inside the case there is a separation by partitions between the CPU area and the motherboard to the video card and power area. Thermaltake claim that it allows for more efficient cooling of each area individually. The Spedo is expected to be available to the general public as early as this coming September, at a non-final price of $ 260 overseas.
In addition to Spedo, the company launched a series of enclosures HTPC
New ones, called Luxa (on the weight of Luxury). The cases are made of aluminum, and come with an interactive touch screen on the front of the case. The new series comes in a variety of configurations designed for different motherboards according to size (ATX, ITX, etc.). There are still no prices, but they are likely to be higher than usual.