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Streacom making aquarium styled fanless PC chassis

Cases, energy, and cooling specialist Streacom has began to tease a brand new fanless case on social media and Kickstarter. The case appears rather a lot like a fish tank or aquarium to my eyes, however this is not going to be a flowery immersion cooling case, as a substitute the massive finned block on overlaying the highest is the is the place all of the cooling tech is collected.

The fanless followers over at Fanless Tech noticed the brand new undertaking on Twitter. Furthermore, the Fanless Tech reporters did a little bit of detective work and located that Streacom has taken the reins of the Calyos Kickstarter undertaking, to assist in giving its aspirations some wings.

Having digested the above hyperlinks you’ll develop into conscious that the massive black finned block atop of the glass tank is not only a portly radiator, an enormous passive heatsink. No, it is extremely most likely “an evaporator, and the two heat pipes are clearly designed for a Freon-type refrigerant,” and sure to make use of 2-phase cooling tech that was initially proposed for the Calyos NSG-S0.

If Streacom places the undertaking again on observe, as the brand new SG10, then we’re promised a case with particular enchantment and nice cooling efficiency. The supply says that the cooling design is alleged to be able to taming a system packing a CPU as much as 195W and GPU as much as 420W with out a lot of a murmur, and no followers whirring. In a Kickstarter replace printed on Tuesday it was claimed that the efficiency of the newest prototype was in step with expectations for an OC Intel CPU pulling 300W.

The undertaking appears to be at a pivot level now, and it’s value maintaining a tally of how Streacom may also help realise the Calyos 2-phase cooling PC dream.

What do you think?

Written by Gideon

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