Yesterday I walked past the Arctic Cooling booth again, where there were a few new coolers on display that hadn’t been there when I covered Arctic Cooling on Tuesday. The Freezer Xtreme will be AC’s high-performance cooler, equipped with eight heatpipes and 226 aluminum fins, which have relatively small gaps in between, making this cooler somewhat compact. The necessary airflow will be provided by a 120mm PWM fan sandwiched in between the two cooling towers.
Guru3D just posted part #3 of their visit to the CeBIT. The CeBIT is probably the biggest exhibit in the world where roughly 2 million people gather each year to meet, greet, watch, observe and make business happen. Guru3D of course focuses in everything that is interesting to you guys, the gamers. We had a very busy agenda at the CeBIT, presenting themselves or not everybody was there alright. This article as usual will dive into a huge pictorial. Loads and loads of photo's off products we noticed, and most of all products that stood out from the rest. The funky stuff you guys like to see so much. There still was a lot to see and experience.
While attendance was clearly down this year at CeBIT, it doesn't prevent it from still being a mammoth show with many companies attending. There's so much to see and not enough time to see it all – we covered the major announcements in our news feed, but there wasn’t time to write about everything we saw during the week. So here’s the best of the rest we came across in our four days of show floor adventuring.