Arctic Cooling are well known for their aftermarket cooling products for VGA cards and CPUs, and it may well be that they eventually make it big in the PC case market as well, having today intro'd their new Silentium T Pro series cases, the 2nd generation of thermodynamic optimized and noise reduced PC case for power users.
Unlike traditional ATX cases, this one is based around a radical thermodynamic concept which allows air flow to pass in a very different manner to what we're used to. For more details on how it works and the case itself, grab AC's PR here, and also click on the pics below.
Pfäffikon / Switzerland, 14.02.2007. Swiss cooling solution manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING launches a new line of thermodynamic PC case - Silentium T Pro. As its predecessor (Silentium), the new Silentium T Pro's revolutionary design introduces a radical thermodynamic concept which does not follow the traditional ATX standard. Air flow directions in the Silentium T Pro have been completely rearranged. Two pre-installed 80mm and one 120mm Arctic Fans together with a rearranged PSU position dramatically enhances the ventilation of the PC case.
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