Elite Group Bundles CyberLink Live on its Mainboards

"CyberLink Live Bundled with ECS Motherboards Enabling Anywhere Anytime Remote Media Access"

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Elite Group Bundles CyberLink Live on its Mainboards

CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), innovative solution provider for the connected digital lifestyle, today announced that Elitegroup Computer System (ECS), a leading motherboard manufacturer, has chosen CyberLink Live with Intel® Remote Wake Technology as the energy-efficient remote media access solution on ECS’s ECS G43T-WM motherboard. The bundle will begin shipping in the US and Europe market in December, 2008.

CyberLink Live is a remote media access web service that allows users to access and enjoy digital media content stored in their home PC from any web browser. Bundled with ECS G43T-WM motherboard, which supports Intel® Remote Wake Technology, users can wake up their PC from sleep mode for secure remote access of their digital media, such as live TV shows, webcam feeds, videos, photos, music and documents, whilst keeping the PC at home energy efficient.

“We are pleased to work with ECS to enable such eco-friendly technology allowing users to conveniently access their digital media content stored on the home PCs remotely while on-the-go,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “CyberLink Live and Intel Remote Wake Technology strike the perfect balance between the enjoyment of connected digital lifestyle and reducing wasted energy.”

“We are glad to work with CyberLink to implement this technology solution that allows users to access and enjoy their multimedia from anywhere, anytime with ECS G43T-WM motherboard. Our joint efforts give users an active role in saving unnecessary energy usage,” said Kevin Yang, General Manager of ECS Mainboard, Add-on card and Systems Products Business Unit.

Product Availability
ECS G43T-WM motherboard with CyberLink Live remote media access application and Intel Remote Wake Technology will be available in December in the USA and Europe.

For more information about CyberLink Live and CyberLink’s complete lineup of digital home solutions, please visit www.cyberlink.com.

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24-12-2008, 04:51:28

Silverstone Suscool121 Thermal Control 950RPM 120mm



The Suscool 121 is an ultra quiet fan that is specially designed for special quiet computing environment needs; it has the latest bullet hub design that takes advantage of aerodynamics and improved efficiency, lowered overall noise on all speed level to a point that you’ll barely notice it’s even operating. Designed with automatic thermal control that will increase or decrease speed depending on the temperature it detects. The use of rubber screws to dampen any physical shocks from the out side, combined with the enter bearing; Suscool 121 is designed to last and cool as long as your system.

• Color: Sky blue fan blades and black frame
• Higher airflow and less noise with 9-bladed design
• Thermal control 400rpm~950rpm speed range @ 31~60 ?
• Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
• Normal Voltage: 12V DC
• Start Voltage: 8V DC
• Operation Range: 8V~13.8V DC
• Rated Speed: 400rpm - 950rpm (12V)
• Noise: Approx. 15dB(A) - 18dB(A)
• Airflow: 17.75 CFM - 42.15CFM
• Bearing: Enter Bearing
• Lifetime: 30,000 hours

• 4 Vibration Compensators, 4 Fan Screws
• Enter bearing design for quietness and reliability
• Includes shock dampening rubber screws
• Optional Thermal Control sensor for RPM

These are the same fans that are being used in my Lian Li V300 build, Noir!


24-12-2008, 05:11:30

wow expensive fans :P hope u do a review on them :D

24-12-2008, 05:25:16

I'm sure we could sort something if OC3D wanted to do one! ;)

Any fan tests planned soon guys?

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