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Computex 2024: Gamdias launches new LCD CPU coolers, Neso Pro chassis & more

Leo caught up with the folks at Gamdias at Computex this week to get the run down on all the latest. This year, Gamdias has a lot to show, including new Helios power supplies, new LCD Display CPU coolers, including a new AIO and a dual-tower air cooler. Finally, there is also a full range of interesting new PC cases, including the Atlas series and the new dual-chamber Neso P1 Pro. 

Starting off with power supplies, Gamdias has the new Helios P1A series launching, offering 80 Plus Gold rated efficiency and up to 850W of power in modular and non-modular options for those looking to save some money.

On the cooling front we have several new products from Gamdias, including the Chione M4 Elite AIO liquid cooler, which stands out with its 3.4-inch LCD display. For those who prefer air cooling, the Boreas P2-82L offers a dual-tower heatsink and an integrated LCD display so you can monitor system temperatures or display custom animations. Finally, we also have the new Notus M1-1205 Premium Fan with a maximum speed of 1,700 RPM each. Concealed cable routing is also available, so you can hide away your fan cables.

The new NESO P1 Pro dual-chamber full tower PC case boasts three built-in 120mm ARGB fans, magnetic modular pedestals for versatile hardware orientation options and a seamless glass window that wraps around the side of the case. The case has room for up to 10 cooling fans and up to a 420mm radiator for custom liquid cooling.

The Atlas series of PC cases come in a few variants, with lettered models including the P, M and E. There are some minor differences between each one when it comes to colour options. However, each one does come with pre-installed ARGB fans, tempered glass in curved and non-curved options, and a customisable display for real-time system info.

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KitGuru Says: What do you think of the new Gamdias cases and coolers hitting the market this year? As a fan of air cooling, the Boreas P2 looks quite interesting.

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