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ThermalTake Xpressar RCB400 micro-refrigerator cools your CPU and VGA

Posted on Wednesday, January 21 2009 @ 13:11:21 CET by


Last year ThermalTake showed off a refrigerated case and today they introduce the Xpressar RCB400 series, this is a 5.25" drive bay unit micro-refrigeration system that cools both your processor and graphics card.
Xpressar RCB400 Series is a micro-refrigeration system occupied in the computer chassis’s 5.25 drive bay to cool either CPU or VGA by adjusting the soft-tube copperplate. The computer system build with Xpressar RCB400 Series, CPU or VGA’s temperature is able to reach 27~29 degrees in room temperature. With such achievement, the system is running more stable than any other cooling methods.


ThermalTake says they ran a test system for more than 8 hours at full load while stressing both the graphics card and the processor. It is unknown which hardware was used, but the CPU reached a temperature of only 27°C and the GPU was only 2°C hotter.





 



 

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