Thermaltake Releases the WavX Fanless Cooler

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Thermaltake Releases the WavX 13" & 15" Fanless Cooler OC3D Official Press Release logo

Thermaltake WavXNormally, aluminum notebook coolers have good heat-dissipating abilities but they are usually too big and heavy. Therefore the user cannot take it everywhere. Thermaltake has recently launched a new innovative product, the WavX series notebook cooler which holds the solution to these problems. The WavX cooler weighs only 385g in 13" and 492g in 15" formats and its foldable structure allows it to be easily carried everywhere you go.

With their distinctive design and features, the WavX 13" cooler won the 2008 iF Design Award in China. The ergonomic and elevating design also reduces eye-strain and typing discomfort. With a quality aluminum silver finish, the WavX balances the air convection and directs airflow toward the heat source for fast heat dissipation, avoiding any chance of system crash cause by heat. The fan-less design provides you with absolute silence and extended notebook battery life.

The WavX wide-screen series notebook cooler supports 10"~15" Mac/ PC notebooks and perfectly matches your style.

Read More about WavX 13" and WavX 15" from the Thermaltake website today!

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21-11-2008, 08:18:11

In the market for an AM2 motherboard to double as a multimedia all-rounder? Foxconn has released their A79A-S DigitaLife motherboard based upon the 790FX + SB750 chipset and we simply had to take a look.


Read the review here

21-11-2008, 08:49:22

Is there any possibility of finding out on how it compares with a Intel Q6600?

21-11-2008, 09:46:29

I was going to do a series of performance numbers from a stock clocked Q6600 as a reference only, but it usually gets misconstrued as a comparison. Hence the reason I left them out.

21-11-2008, 14:57:28

I'm in the middle of an AMD head to head based on the same chipset so can include a Q6600 result set for a comparison.

Nice read as always PV:).

21-11-2008, 15:23:09

Excellent well written review Peevs, good work :)

21-11-2008, 15:27:34

Bah, I got disappointed when I left reading the price til the end.

It's a decent mobo - but that's it, decent. Colors are quite alarming, although I'm not sure using red to make it go faster actually worked :p

If I'd got to the conclusion page and saw a UK price sub £150 I might feel different. £200 for the mobo isn't tastey to me at all. If there was an extremely sexy bundle with it, I might think around £175 because of it alone.

Foxconn make some really great looking and performing Intel mobos, maybe a little overpriced also, but the likes of the Black Ops include test beds, ln2 pots .. other crazy things, but it helps justify the pricing, not totally, but it helps ur conscience.

I'd expect a price drop.

22-11-2008, 00:45:14

Thanks guys and I'm glad you enjoyed the review.

@ Rast: I totally agree with what you're saying. If the bundle had been better and the price wasn't GBP200 then it certainly would have been a more attractive deal. Given the board's overclocking capability and stability, it's a shame to see it being passed by simply because of an exorbitant price.

22-11-2008, 10:14:41

Is there anything to be gained from an eventual AM3 'designed' specific mobo ?

I do in all honesty, think the mobo manufacturers have let their creative juices go stagnant when it comes to AMD design in general.

I mean people would invest in a new AM2+ mobo if they rearranged some of the onboard stuff, socket areas, something beneficial to a cooling setup. Use the feedback that I'm sure AMD users have about little niggles when installing giant coolers, air flow, getting the ati cards in there and still having 3 or so pci slots avilable ??

I dunno. Something purely creative that gives them an advantage and ease for the enthusiast.

These mobos look like pre K7 boards.

22-11-2008, 11:46:35

damm shame about the price,it is not the cheapest board with the 750 chipset,which makes you wonder why you pay that much for a foxconn board

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