M Festival and i34

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Intel and Scan

The Intel stall, which Scan also seemed to be part of, was the liveliest of the whole event.

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Scan was showing off a fully submerged computer from Amari which uses coolant to fanlessly cool the whole computer – now that’s what you call silent cooling. This attraction got some serious attension from wondering eyes, I heard one guy ask where he could buy one from!

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Intel was offering overclocking lessons throughout the event. Liquid nitrogen seemed to be their favourite method of cooling throughout the lessons.

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On show were some of Scan’s 3XS systems. My personal favourite out of the whole bunch was the one in the photograph below. That is, because I’m a large fan of Lian-Li cases, and the modification that Scan has achieved looks pretty damn amazing.

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Another good’en was a modified version of the Akasa Omega which had dual CPU’s running inside.

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Last modified: February 23, 2011

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