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GlacialStars Addressing the Mainstream to Entry Level Market - PCSTATS.com GlacialStars Addressing the Mainstream to Entry Level Market
Thu, Dec 31 2009 | 10:01PM | Filed under: Cooling / Heatsinks| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

GlacialTech Inc., a diverse provider of cooling, power supply, and PC enclosure solutions for consumer and industrial applications, and a world-class provider of cost effective cooling components and chassis, announces the launch of GlacialStars branded CPU coolers, case fan, NB cooler and thermal compound, etc. Addressing from the mainstream to entry-level IT market, GlacialStars vouches for its value for money proposition. In the global competitive market, GlacialStars offers competitive advantage over the competition.

Price performance, noise performance and weight performance are GlacialTech's three principle design philosophies, which GlacialStars also offers at a very affordable price point.

The GlacialStars range of light weight CPU coolers , Case Fan, Cooling pad and other components are very conducive for the environment because of the low noise and high performance.

With GlacialStars components, the consumer PCs can be low in weight but high in performance. Normally, the component vendors do not take much care of the mainstream to entry level products because of the low margin but they forget that this market offers the largest volume. Especially, they do not take care of the noise and weight of the entry-level products, which makes the PC a bit bulky and noisy. Taking this aspect into consideration, GlacialStars' objective is to offer the consumers a better experience.

Compatible with Intel and AMD CPU systems, GlacialStars series products are designed especially for creative features and solid products.

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