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CeBIT 2004 Update - Part 4
By CPU-zilla
Category : Events
Published by Vijay Anand on Wednesday, 24th March, 2004


Cooler Master's Booth


Cooler Master's booth.


Cooler Master's new water cooling system known as Aquagate. This radiator is made entirely of aluminum and it uses a large fan that has variable fan speed. This unit can be used externally or internally installed into two 5.25-inch drive bays.


The Aquagate installed into one of Cooler Master's latest CMStacker casing which comes with an additional bay for a second power supply.


The water block is made entirely of copper and it can be used in different socket designs, including Socket-A, Socket-478 and Socket-754/940. According to them, a Socket-T (LGA775) design will be ready when there's a need for it.


The new CMStacker casing is quite a beauty if you consider its support for up to 11 5.25-inch drives. It comes with a large 300mm cross flow fan and it supports E-ATX and the upcoming BTX form factor. The front I/O panel supports six USB 2.0 ports, one 1394a port, one MIC and one stereo output jack.


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