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Corsair's range of premium-grade RGB-enabled devices and components has been expanded with its recently released magnetic levitation fans that simultaneously keep your computer operating cool while looking cool.

Asus is gunning for the premium creator market at price points from $1499 with the Vivobook Pro 15, right up to "from $9,999" and beyond with the ProArt StudioBook Pro 16, with all models in the creator range featuring 4K OLED displays, with Intel and AMD processor choices, NVIDIA graphics, and the promise of performance and powerful cooling features to attract premium buyers who want what are arguably the best creative PCs on the market, while aiming to even tempt Mac users into switching.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST INTERVIEW: A data centre that reduces latency, increases proximity, packs 10x the compute density into an area of equal size while delivering cost savings sounds too good to be true, but ResetData has arrived to reset expectations for the better.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: A data centre that reduces latency, increases proximity, packs 10x the compute density into an area of equal size while delivering cost savings sounds too good to be true, but ResetData has arrived to reset expectations for the better.

Published in Data Centres

Power and cooling specialist Vertiv's new Liebert Vic is a liquid immersion cooler for high density-data centres.

Published in Data Centres
Wednesday, 19 May 2010 02:36

Curtin component cooling chills computer chips

Researchers at an Australian university have devised a more efficient type of fluid cooling that could allow the construction of faster computers.

Published in Development

A Microsoft facility has taken a different approach to housing and cooling a large number of systems.

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