Computex 2008: Day 2 - Moving onwards
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/03/2008 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
In the lower halls of the nangang facility Adata was located. I had a quick informal session with them regarding their products and future reviews. Adata is more of a mainstream memory providing company, but they do also have some enthusiast products though.
The Adata welcoming party. So Asia ...
So, Adata is all about memory/flash memory and so on. Now we can discuss the highest specced memory types and what not, but what I really wanted to show you were these memory coolers that they have in development. Check that out, watercooled. Now obviously it's purely for bragging rights and a little better overclocking. But that does look awesome.
More conventional, but still appealing .. a simple heatsink design.
And last but not least that same heatsink yet with some active cooling. Not bad, though my eyes twinkled the most at the watercooled version :)
It's silly we know, it's not at all related to journalism I know and you know what, it's not professional or even friendly towards women. But but any guy will agree with me, it's in our genes and as such I call a joker card on this. We men just can't help it. Welcome to an article without a lot words, it's just women... the booth babes of Computex 2010.
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