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  • CES 2008 Day 2
  • CES 2008 Day 2



    Day 2 of CES was our only full day and started promptly at 8am. sad smile.  For those of you that don't know the CES show is split up into several areas around Las Vegas.  The main convention can be found in the Las Vegas Convention Center and contains the North Hall, Central Hall, and the 4 South Halls.

    Most of the people we will be meeting with can be found in the South Hall(s) but not everyone.  For instance CoolIt, Team, and Super-Talent were hold up in the Sands convention center.

    The rest of our meetings were scattered across the Vegas "Strip" in the area hotels and getting around was less than easy. 
    CoolIt was first on the list.  As some of you may remember CoolIt is the company doing amazing things with thermoelectric watercooling.

    The highlighted item was the Boreas system that can be purchased as a "build your own" or pre-built into a custom case specific to the customers needs.  The Boreas system itself features 12 TECs, 4 Chillers, and 2 Fans and can drive any number of block accessories including processors, gpus, and chipsets. 

    The pre-built system comes assembled in a SilverStone TJ-07. 

    The other photo below is of a Freezone system paired up with a dual processor workstation board.
    CoolIT is also working on is an industrial grade watercooler for rack mounted server systems.  The pipes and fittings are hydraulic grade and feature quick connects that operate similar to an air hose.  The entire system can be monitored over the network and is programmed to respond to dynamic server loading.