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Thermaltake wants to ride on the DISCO stick

High-end products are, generally, aimed at one particular market – hardcore gamers. Sure, the workstation lovers get some focus and there is the more-money-than-sense group, but it is the hardcore, living in the dark, nano-suited, sniper fire specialist that gets the love. No idea if it will ever launch, but …

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Tt eSports European Cup launched

Europeans are a competitive bunch. Each and every country – no matter how large or small – wants the chance to prove that it is superior to its neighbours. Today sees the launch of the Tt eSports European Cup tournament for Call of Duty 4. Let the competition for Euro-superiority …

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Thermaltake Level 10 GT Chassis Review

Thermaltake released one of the most stunning looking products in 2009, the spectacular Level 10 Chassis. Co-Designed with car manufacturer BMW it was a unique concept idea which caused many people to sit up and take notice. Sadly, the £500+ price point meant it was strictly for a small hard …

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Picking showgirls is tough work (apparently)

During a recent visit to a test facility, KitGuru undercover agents managed to gain entry to a very unusual meeting. It was at Thermaltake’s brand new Taipei office block and the meeting was to find the ladies who would be running the all important booth at Computex 2011 in June. …

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Multiplay i41 gaming event kicks off in Newbury

INSOMNIA (i-Series) events are the biggest LAN gaming competitions in this part of the world and the next one kicks-off on Friday 12th November, at Newbury Racecourse, for 4 days. KitGuru will be there to investigate. Slowly, but surely, LAN gaming continues to grow. Everyone starts playing against the computer. …

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Thermaltake Jing Cooler Review

It has been a great year for Thermaltake, they have been releasing a wealth of competitive and high performing products within many enthusiast sectors. Their Frio and Contac29 coolers have met with critical acclaim and have successfully targeted two very different sectors. While the Contac 29 is a modestly priced …

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Thermaltake Jing silently appears in KitGuru Lab

Back in June, we presented some of the world’s first shots of the upcoming Thermaltake Jing cooler. Now, three months later, the product is about to ship in volume and we’ve got it in our lab early. Before we begin the torture testing, here’s a quick look see. After the …

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Thermaltake Frio review

I admit that I have a slightly unhealthy obsession about coolers and whenever I build a system I spend a lot of time fine tuning to get the lowest possible temperatures, while achieving the maximum possible overclocks. Thankfully in 2010 there are no shortage of high quality heatsinks to choose …

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Zalman CNPS9900 Max – does anyone remember Zalman?

A decade back, as AMD finally started to crawl out of the shadow of Intel’s persistent domination of the desktop CPU space, KitGurus in long shorts with patches on their elbows started to experiment with this amazing concept called overclocking. Back in the day, a highly-sharpened HB was perfect for …

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Time to buy great separation? Thermaltake audio

Can you really achieve a deep, open sound with just 2 channels ? Audio engineers have been trying this trick since the invention of stereo. With headphones it’s even more of a challenge. Given the difficulty, what can we expect from Thermaltake? The whole world and its war-dogs are focused …

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Power Supply Buying Guide

System failure and instability?  We all used to love blaming Windows, but poor power supplies are often the cause. Whether you’re solving issues, upgrading or buying a complete new rig – KitGuru investigates the dark art of PSUs for you. Why do we need a PSU? Your home is probably …

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Intel set to put cooler makers out of business?

6he launch of Intel’s super-over-clocking 675 and 875 processors means increased performance. Super-charging your chips will mean you need one important thing, more juice. But that juice brings its own problems. Intel solution will send ripples through the cooler industry. Everyone knows that the stock (standard) cooler that ships in …

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