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Cooler Master announced their partnership with Coolchip Technologies at CES 2015.

 

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CHINO, CA and TAIPEI, Taiwan — January 5, 2015 — Cooler Master, a
leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and
peripherals, and CoolChip Technologies, a leading fabless technology house of
thermal management solutions, today announced a partnership to bring kinetic
cooling technology to the multi-billion dollar PC gaming and DIY markets.
The increasing demand for more powerful devices in ever-smaller form factors
creates concentrated heat loads that are difficult to cool, especially in gaming
electronics. With the introduction of CoolChip’s Kinetic Cooling technology, now
there is the opportunity to deliver up to 50% improvement in cooling and achieve a
2x smaller form factor at significantly lower noise levels – critical elements in
today’s high-density electronics world.

 

 

With Kinetic Cooling Engines powered by CoolChip Technologies, Cooler Master
is able to develop products that offer critical protection for the underlying
electronics that deliver the high-quality computing experience that consumers
demand. Cooler Master’s retail products will benefit from more efficient, smaller
form factors, lower thermal resistance, and reduced noise levels.
“Over the last four decades, everything in the computing industry has changed
exponentially,” said Will Sanchez, Co-Founder and CEO of CoolChip
Technologies. “However, fan cooling technology simply hasn’t kept pace.
Today’s partnership announcement with Cooler Master is the first step in rendering
the traditional heat-sink plus-fan approach obsolete in the power hungry gaming
console industry”

 

 

“CoolChip Technologies is solving the computing industry’s multi-million dollar
efficiency problem,” said Dr. Howard Lin, head of retail thermal division of Cooler
Master. “By using Kinetic Cooling Engines versus traditional cooling methods,
consumers will see dramatic improvements in thermal performance at significantly
lower noise levels. Additionally, the potential for smaller form factors using
Kinetic Cooling Engines will save critical space and allow for design innovation.
These benefits ultimately will allow our customers to create products that deliver a
superior consumer experience.”

 

 

Demonstrations of the CoolChip Technologies/Cooler Master product will be
available at CES:
• The Digital Experience! event takes place on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015,
from 7-10:30pm, at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas.
• Additional demonstrations will be available at the Palms Hotel from
January 6th to January 9th.
To schedule a demo or briefing, please contact Kelly Reeves at Kelly@klrpr.com
About CoolChip Technologies
CoolChip Technologies was founded by Dr. William Sanchez, Steven Stoddard,
and Dr. Lino Gonzalez, peers at MIT. They came together with one goal in mind:
Transform the electronics cooling space.

 

 

CoolChip Technologies is set to disrupt the multi-billion dollar thermal
management industry by delivering a state-of-the art Kinetic Cooling Technology
to OEMs and ODMs. By partnering with CoolChip Technologies, consumer
electronics and enterprise manufacturers now have the opportunity to unleash
innovation and deliver next-generation products for their customers. For more
information, please visit: www.coolchiptechnologies.com

 

About Cooler Master

Cooler Master was founded to provide the best thermal solution to our customers
worldwide. Since its establishment over two decades ago, we continue to invest in
product development in order to provide the leading-edge innovations to people
and businesses. Cooler Master’s line-up includes heat sinks and fans, chassis,
power supplies, , and accessories. Cooler Master is headquartered in Taipei,
Taiwan, with branch offices located in Europe, America and APAC. For more
information on Cooler Master, please visit www.coolermaster.com

 

 

 

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Here's what the finished product should look like !!!

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That is pretty cool looking. bring me back one, they'll never miss it.

 

+ 2 Get one through Customs back to the UK will ya  :D  :P

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Here's what the finished product should look like !!!

 

 

Daayumn that be HUGE!!!

 

I was kinda hoping it would be smaller somehow  :unsure:  Still it will be interesting to see how it does perform...

 

Has any actual performance data been given Greg?

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Daayumn that be HUGE!!!

 

I was kinda hoping it would be smaller somehow  :unsure:  Still it will be interesting to see how it does perform...

 

Has any actual performance data been given Greg?

It was just an early prototype--they didn't have any performance information as it pertained to enthusiasts due to performance being dependent on application and design specifics. The interesting demo that they had going was for server applications (equivalent performance at significantly lower RPM, thus lower noise, lower power consumption, and decreased mechanical wear).

 

They were mainly just showing off the technology and announcing the partnership.

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It was just an early prototype--they didn't have any performance information as it pertained to enthusiasts due to performance being dependent on application and design specifics. The interesting demo that they had going was for server applications (equivalent performance at significantly lower RPM, thus lower noise, lower power consumption, and decreased mechanical wear).

 

They were mainly just showing off the technology and announcing the partnership.

 

Gotcha gotcha, thanks for the clarification Alex  :)

 

Certainly one to be keeping an eye on I think...

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