Computex 2014 – Highlights Part 3

You know, I might bring additional people to Computex 2015. 😀 Anyway, final updates from my Computex 2014.

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Once again – many thanks to AMD for the trip and I look forward for more AMD technology to surface in the consumer market.

Starting off the final report.

Aerocool showcased some lovely designs, the DS cube does remind me of BitFenix’s Phenom-M, especially the opening at the top. Even the construct and latch looks similar.

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

For those who like something my “Edgy” then there’s the Xpredator.

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

BitFenix’s Atlas looks like it came from a mecha anime, of course the name Atlas does ring a bell for those who play MechWarrior.

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

Cooler Master introduced the new 1200w PSU that comes with digital control over app via Bluetooth, how cool is that?

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Speaking of PSU, FSP is also launching a new range of Aurum PT (80PLUS Platinum) and Dyna PSU. The Aurum PT showcased comes with software controls, neat stuff!

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

In Win’s booth is probably the most impressive, with the H-Frame…….

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

The S-Frame …….

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

The 707 …….

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And the D-Frame. What? All the FRAME? Yes. 😀

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

Frames aside, they’ll probably look good on tables too – Lian Li has such an offer, table PCs

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Lian Li also has some neat looking small form factor casings with acrylic top – careful, don’t place your keys there.

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

Those wanting to jump into the DDR4 bandwagon – MSI’s X99 board (LGA 2011) is the first one with DDR4 DIMM slots. 😀 Beautiful isn’t it?

Computex 2014 - Highlights Part 3

That wraps up the report for Computex 2014 – I really need more days, either that or a crew. 😀 Or maybe I could become like FLASH, whooshing around the exhibition hall.

New processors technologies (AMD APU Mobile), smaller than ever computers (LIVA with Intel SoC), advanced GPU cooling system (Gigabyte’s Water Force), Casings that look better than ever (too many to list), new memory technology and support (DDR4 board from MSI) and advanced power supplies (CM with app control) – looks like 2014 / 2015 would be an interesting year as new technology appears at the horizon.

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