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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

13. Thermaltake

Once again, Thermaltake impressed us with its latest products. This year at Hall 24, Booth C04, Thermaltake had an even larger booth than last year.

The infamous Tai Chi was presented in Tt's booth.

You could see all of the PC case solutions from Tt. Most of them have been improved with the addition of extra cooling, as in the case of the updated Kandalf LCS.

If you also need an impressive case for your HTPC that will blend in with your existing sound system, then Thermaltake can offer you the Bach, Mozart or Tenor series.

An extreme PC case solution we saw at Thermaltake's booth, was the Mozart Tx PC case, with dual PC capability, the world's first case with built in 7" drive bay.

The primary system can be an ATX, Micro ATX, BTX, Micro BTX, Nano BTX or Pico BTX, while for a secondary system a Mini ITX.

Two different PCs are installed in this Mozart Tx.

New power supplies, for PC enthusiasts with extreme demands from their PSU. Thermaltake even has a 750W PSU solution.

The well known Big Typhoon and Blue Orb II or the Golden Orb II were also in Tt's booth with some minor improvements.

In water cooling systems, it seems that Thermaltake is going to be one of the best. Huge range of water cooling solutions with several 12cm fans will promise to keep your system quiet and more than cool...

also, Compact water cooling solutions...

The latest VGA cards get quite hot while making a lot of noise. Thermaltake has great solutions for this, such as the Tide Water Plus shown in the following image.

 

 

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