Cherry Launches Compact, Low-Profile Keyboards

"Cherry launch three new XS industrial keyboards."

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Cherry Launches Compact, Low-Profile Keyboards

Cherry has announced three new XS series industrial keyboards, combining long keystroke endurance with an overall height of less than 0.71 inches, making them ideal for situations where space is an issue such as rack-mount servers and diagnostic equipment.
 
The three keyboards are the 88-key versions with integrated touchpad or trackball, and a 103 key version with numeric keypad, for those applications that require frequent numeric entries. The keyboards measure 14.7" x 5.5" x 0.708 and are backed by a 2 year warranty. If you require a keyboard in a different language Cherry can create a customized version as the keycap legends are created by laser.
 
G84-5200 With Integrated Numeric Keypad
G84-5400 With Integrated Optical Trackball
G84-5500 With Integrated Touchpad
 
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29-05-2009, 13:18:51

Ghosthud1

Very low VID on that chip, hope you frame it or make it a keyring when you are done :p



my lucky mums got this chip in her system, thanks to the best son in the worlds :D

01-06-2009, 18:25:21

sammytomjohn
right guys i have tried my ifx-14 cant fit 2 fans in there! my cpu idles @ 37* according to cpu-z and core temp only problem is that it dont fit in my wavemaster case!

i cant get the door on! :(

can any1 suggest a good cooler that is not large in size?

the case is a cooler master wavemaster also i am usin a gigabyte x38-ds4 which has quite a large northbridge heatsink!

02-06-2009, 00:57:56

monkey7
In which directions doesn't it fit and how much smaller does the cooler have to be in those directions?

02-06-2009, 05:24:26

Ghosthud1

right guys i have tried my ifx-14 cant fit 2 fans in there! my cpu idles @ 37* according to cpu-z and core temp only problem is that it dont fit in my wavemaster case!

i cant get the door on! :(

can any1 suggest a good cooler that is not large in size?

the case is a cooler master wavemaster also i am usin a gigabyte x38-ds4 which has quite a large northbridge heatsink!



all this money your sepnding on coolers why not just go for a single rad watercooling kit like the xspc kit

02-06-2009, 07:02:51

Lynx
Or just get a 240 version, 240 rads are basically the same price.

02-06-2009, 07:04:43

Ghosthud1

Or just get a 240 version, 240 rads are basically the same price.



its a wavemaster.....
i think he only has space for a 120mm and theres no mods needed for a 120, and a single 120 is more then enough for a quad core

02-06-2009, 07:58:02

Lynx
Hardly.. Swifttech H20-120 MAYBE..
But another kit will not let ya budge past 3.4 with good temps

02-06-2009, 14:05:42

sammytomjohn
when i say it doesnt fit i mean i can not get my side panel back on :(

i need it to be about 5cm shorter but i will check my dimensions now!

just to give you the idea of what is wrong here are 2 pics!

[IMG]http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t143/beckypriday/S1031196.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t143/beckypriday/S1031197-1.jpg[/IMG]

i dont wana watercool this 1 just get some fresh air in the system!

04-06-2009, 08:49:17

Lynx
Wahey my gpu, :D Cut a fan hole in the panal and extrenally mount it? (the fan being on the outside of the case?

07-06-2009, 08:04:21

sammytomjohn

Wahey my gpu, :D Cut a fan hole in the panal and extrenally mount it? (the fan being on the outside of the case?



haha yes you like its new home? :) he is now still in the wavemaster keepin his lil brother company the 8600gt physx card :)
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