Streacom Unveils Cube-Shaped DB4 Fanless (HSF) Chassis

Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 10, 2013 - 11:54 AM |
Tagged: streacom db4, streacom, hsf, Fanless PSU, fanless, cpu cooler

Streacom recently showed off a new cube-shaped case called the DB4. The new case measures 250 x 250 x 250mm (a bit under 10 inches cubed) and doubles as a passive heatsink for internal components.

The Streacom DB4 is a large cube with vertical finned sides that is held aloft by a thin angled bar. The case is intended to be used as the base for a passively cooled desktop PC. Each side of the cube-shaped DB4 case can cool 65W TDP parts, for a total cooling potential of 260W. In addition to being able to cool processors and low-end graphics cards passively, the case also cools the bundled ZeroFlex 250W fanless power supply.

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Unfortunately, Streacom is not showing off the internals or detailing how the PC components are connected to the side(s) of the case. When asked for details by Fanless Tech, Streamcom responded that "we will reveal the internal alyout after all patents are through."

Streacom expects to have the case available for sale sometime between late September or early October for 200 Euros. This is a neat case that is not only fanless, but a work of art. I could see myself using this. What do you think about the Streacom DB4?

Source: Fanless Tech
June 10, 2013 | 12:34 PM - Posted by Justin 150 (not verified)

I like this. Need to know more but it looks like an abstract sculpture.

It is really nice to see someone with original thinking about case design rather than simply providing small variations on the same designs we ahve seen for the last 20 years

June 10, 2013 | 01:20 PM - Posted by orvtrebor

"we will reveal the internal layout after all patents are through."

Now that I want to see, It must be something that can be heavily adjusted to fit a wide range of layouts.

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