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Crucial® Ballistix Active Cooling Fan - PCstats.com Crucial® Ballistix Active Cooling Fan
Tue, November 09 2010 | 2:18PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today we’re announcing the Crucial® Ballistix Active Cooling Fan, a snap-on proactive solution to decrease memory module heat by increasing airflow directly over the motherboard’s memory slots. Watch a short video demonstrating how the fan increases airflow inside a computer case artificially filled with smoke (this is a pretty unique video and definitely worth two minutes of your time):

Lexar Media, a leading global provider of memory products for digital media, today announced the Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan, a snap-on proactive solution to decrease memory module heat by increasing airflow. The Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan cools memory modules by eliminating “dead spots” of airflow within the case. The fan is especially effective with water-cooled systems where internal airflow around the memory modules is often minimal. Watch a short video demonstrating how the Crucial fan increases airflow inside a computer case artificially filled with smoke. The Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan is available globally today through select partners and online at Crucial.com.

“With higher densities of memory running fully populated in motherboard memory slots—along with faster speeds—performance systems demand additional cooling,” said Jeremy Mortenson, Crucial senior product manager. “Whether you run your memory at stock speeds or push it to the limits with overclocking, temperature plays a critical role in reliability. The new Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan can improve airflow and keep your memory running cooler.”

Featuring two 60mm fans, the new Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan is easy to attach—requiring no tools for installation—and comes with a simple flexible power connection. In addition, its low noise level and clear design make it even more attractive, as it complements most case designs and allows a view of the LEDs from installed Crucial Ballistix Tracer high-performance memory.

Dimensions: 155mm x 77.6mm x 71.6mm, 2 x 60mm fans, Fan speed: 3000 RPM +/- 10%, Airflow: 15CFM, Weight: 200g, Connection: 3-pin power connector (4-pin adapter included). Competitively priced at £18.79 (inc. VAT), the Crucial Ballistix Active Cooling Fan is available globally through select partners and online at Crucial.com"

FULL STORY @ Archived from CRUCIALMEMORY
http://www.youtube.com/user/CrucialMemory#p/u/8/sbZafR47PCk
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Silverstone Strider Plus 750W Modular Power  - PCstats.com Silverstone Strider Plus 750W Modular Power
Fri, March 26 2010 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“Silverstone announced at CES 2010 that it would consolidate its power supply lines into a single line, the Strider series. The Striders are 80PLUS certified, with the Strider Plus models at 80PLUS Silver certified (85% efficiency). All Striders are fully modular for easier cleaning or replacement. Silverstone provided ThinkComputers with a 750W version of its Strider Plus series. The review is here."
FULL STORY @ Archived from THINKCOMPUTERS
http://www.thinkcomputers.org/silverstone-strider-plus-750w-modular-power-supply-review/
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