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Thursday, 06 March 2008 16:37

Akasa?s blue Aurora AK-966BL

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 08: And new aluminum cases

 

Akasa’s model Blue Aurora AK-966BL is a new high-performance cooler that will be less expensive and more efficient compared to old models, and they’re primarily aimed to replace Evo Blue, a cooler we personally used two years ago. Blue Aurora is somewhat lighter, but it still uses 4 heatpipes that are more efficient due to a new design.

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The Omega aluminum case is very appealing, but also light. There’s more than enough space inside and it comes with a couple of 120mm fans. High-end cases are usually expensive, and this one will set you back around €180.

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