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Cooler Master's PSU is finally listed

Despite the lack of a fan, the X Silent Edge Platinum 850 is still capable of delivering 850 watts of power, which is enough for even the most demanding gaming PCs. It's also rated 80 Plus Platinum for efficiency, meaning it wastes very little power as heat. Other notable features include fully modular cables, digital power management, and an industry-leading 15-year warranty. The X Silent is now listed for $399.99 / 378,95€


extremeEDGE Server 3000 Series

The Simply NUC 3000 series offers the ability to place a powerful processing unit at the extreme edge while also allowing for the remote monitoring and management of the system. This is accomplished by way of the NANO-BMC / Baseboard Management Controller feature. This series of products offer expandability, dense memory and storage configurations in a fanless enclosure.

The 3000 series thrives in edge computing applications where space is limited and on-site processing is crucial. Its compact size brings powerful computing to the edge of your network, while remote monitoring and management capabilities enhance security and simplify control.

These fanless systems operate silently and consume minimal power – up to 54 watts under load, significantly less than a traditional server with a single CPU. This translates to lower energy costs and a reduced environmental footprint.

The 3000 series adapts to diverse environments with its DIN rail compatibility, making installation a breeze. Additionally, it supports dense memory and storage configurations, allowing you to tailor the system to your specific data storage and management requirements. 

The 3000 series of products redefines remote management with its built-in patent pending NANO-BMC module. This module enables secure out-of-band access for monitoring, control, and power management, including remote power cycling, reboots, virtual drive and critical BIOS updates.


Premium SSD cooling

The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus features probably the best stock SSD cooler on the market. The heat sink features aluminum fins and three copper heat pipes. The Rocket 4 Plus is a high-performance SSD that uses the PCI Express 4.0 (PCIe 4.0) interface. The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus has read speeds of up to 7,100 MB/s and write speeds of up to 6,500 MB/s. The 8TB iteration is available for a whopping $1,199.99.



Eight 2.5G LAN barebone

This impressive multi-LAN barebone is just $168. Granted, it features the aging Celeron 4305U (15W Whiskey Lake chip) but it does come with eight built-in Ethernet ports, each capable of handling speeds of 2.5 gigabits per second. This would make it suitable for applications requiring high-bandwidth networking. Cooling-wise, the system features a comfortable 11.22 x 4.8 x 2.44" heat sink case.


Inside the Shuttle DL30N

The Shuttle XPC Slim DL30N is a mini PC in a very compact size, measuring only 1.3 liters. It is a barebone system, meaning it doesn't come with RAM or storage pre-installed, but you can add your own. The DL30N is equipped with an Intel N100 processor, which is a low-powered but energy-efficient option. It can support up to 16GB of DDR5 memory and has two M.2 slots for storage. It also has a good selection of ports, including 2.5Gb Ethernet, USB 3.2, HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA. The DL30N is now available globally for about $300.

Source: TheLab


Akasa's new flagship case

Akasa is showcasing a brand new Thin mini-ITX chassis at COMPUTEX TAIPEI. The stylish case is cold forged for better thermals compared to regular extrusion cases. A similar design is also coming for the NUC and includes a massive copper core, as well as two heat pipes for efficiency. More Raspberry Pi cases are also coming soon.

Source: TechPowerUp


Passive M.2 enclosure

The QWIIZLAB Fanless USB4 NVMe Enclosure is a sleek gray case made from rugged aluminum. This passively-cooled case is designed to house a PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD, up to 80mm long. It connects to your computer through a 40Gbps USB4 port, offering significantly faster transfer speeds than earlier USB generations. The aluminum design helps dissipate heat from the notoriously hot NVMe drives in total silence. It's available now for $89.99


Cooler Master's fanless cooler ?

Cooler Master is currently showcasing what looks like a fanless CPU cooler prototype at COMPUTEX Taipei. The heat sink is relatively similar to the Noctua juggernaut, featuring very thick cooling fins. Cooler Master's previous fanless CPU cooler, the Hyper Z600, launched back in 2008.  

Source: Peter Nefedov

Additional pictures from Club386