Day 3 of Computex is typically the day I dedicate to the remainder of my meetings and making sure I get photos of stuff I need. My first stop was with Silverstone who had the new Raven 4 on display.
Raven 4 is a radical departure from the previous Raven designs and instead of the 90 degree motherboard orientation it takes an inverted approach similar to the TJ08-E. That places the PSU at the top of the chassis and the CPU at the bottom.
At the front of the case you'll find two 180mm air penetrator fans and some unique ducting to direct airflow to the video cards and across the CPU heatsink. Raven 4 has been designed for no compromised cooling performance and to accomplish that the two front intake fans will come with low resistance filter screens that allow over 90% of air to pass and collect the same amount of dust as before. The front door also is unobstructed along the sides for better airflow.
Silverstone is also getting back into the cooler market and will be leading with some high performance aircoolers followed by a self contained watercooling loop with a custom pump assembly and unique radiator design.
I stopped by the Adata booth to see their latest line of memory products. They have started to really focus on higher end memory modules for gaming and overclocking. Notice the heatspreader design and how it almost entirely covers the module, even at the bottom near the physical slot.
This is a portable storage device encased in a solid stainless steel case. It's thinner than an iPhone and yet weighs a little more. Not need to worry about dropping this one.
Speaking of iPhone one company on the show floor was showing off custom skins with some really great artwork.
My last official meeting of Computex was with Cooler Master. Their booth on the show floor was again rather sparse but the VIP room had much more on display.
This new power supply carries a 80+ platinum rating at 1000w and is mostly modular.
I reviewed the Cooler Master Storm Trooper chassis not to long ago and a refresh of that product was on display called the Storm Stryker.
Another case on display for the enthusiast gamer is the Scout II, not much is known of this case yet but it should be hitting the market soon.
My final stop for the day was to visit with my friends at Foxconn. Sadly Foxconn is no longer in the enthusiast motherboard market and has refocused their efforts to provide essential systems to integrators all over the world.
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