Our CeBIT coverage continues, we already had the chance to swing by the Deepcool booth earlier today and now, we have also had a chance to see what Antec has brought to the show. This year, Antec is showing off some newly updated liquid coolers, alongside a new Cube Mini-ITX chassis.
Let’s start off with the liquid coolers. Antec has ‘pimped the pump’ on its Mercury liquid cooler, this is the third version of this particular AIO and it seems that Antec has nailed the design down this time. The pump itself has RGB lights that respond to CPU temperature.
This AIO comes in 120, 240 and 360mm versions with an aluminium radiator manufactured by someone other than Asetek. Unfortunately we couldn’t get confirmation on who exactly is making the radiator. Some small changes were also made to the fan to help dampen noise.
We got a look at two Antec cases at CeBIT. The first is the Cube Mini-ITX chassis, which is available in an EKWB version for liquid cooling enthusiasts. There is also a Special Edition Razer version of this case which you can already order from Overclockers UK.
The second case we got to see was the GX 909l which is a much more conventional PC chassis with NATO military colours.
KitGuru Says: What do you guys think of Antec’s new Mercury AIO design and the Cube Mini-ITX chassis?