A case you can keep your beer in
Subject: Shows and Expos | March 5, 2008 - 12:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Thermaltake is showing off a very interesting case at CeBIT. Running copper pipes all throughout the case and using a simple compressor and expansion chamber, they've created a refrigerated case! Sure there are some problems with implementing the design, but I am very glad that they showed it to HEXUS.
"A simple condenser - with fan - is mounted where the chassis' rear fan would normally go. This connects to an expansion
valve from where cooled liquid passes up to the CPU plate. The liquid moves on into a reduced-sized compressor before
returning to the condenser to start the process again."
Here are some more Shows and Expos articles from around the web:
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Chipsets, Atom on Display, and lots from AMD/NVIDIA @ AnandTech
- CeBIT 2008 Day 2 - OCZ's Mind
Controllable Mouse, ASUS' HDMI Sound Card, Intel and more @ AnandTech
- DH @ Cebit 2008 - Day 1
ECOlution press event from Taipei @ Tweaktown
- Exclusive Jon Peddie interview at CeBIT 2008 @
- FOXCONN Dreadnought 790i chipset mainboard @
- Nick uncovers some strange images on MSI's stand @
- EVGA reveals 9800 GX2 to HEXUS.tv at CeBIT 2008 @
- Intel G45 (X4500HD) to be 3x faster than
previous integrated GPU @ HEXUS
- Cebit 2008 Coverage @ OCC
- Booth babes save HEXUS from CeBIT
- CeBIT 2008 Coverage (Day 1) @ CPU3D
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