Antec, one of the leading manufacturers of many computer products, announced several new items during the recently ended Computex trade show. The company is releasing several new cases, power supplies, and Bluetooth speakers, as well as updating its Kühler line of liquid CPU coolers. For the gamers, Antec has the new Nineteen Hundred, which is described as a "super gaming tower." There's also the P100 performance case that should continue the legacy of the other Performance One series cases (like the P183). On the power supply side, Antec is introducing its new High Curent Pro Platinum PSUs that feature OC Link technology and Grid, which is a piece of software providing real-time display, control, and alarm functions. The Bluetooth speakers include the SP3, SP1 Zero, and SP1 Plus for users needing more sound while out and about.
Its Kühler liquid CPU cooler line is being updated with three new models: the Kühler H2O 650, 950, and 1250. The 650 features an extra large pump to help with coolant circulation so your CPU gets cooled down faster. There's also a powerful fan to make sure air gets through the radiator easier. Plus there's the RGB LED that's controlled by firmware to let you know the temperature, as well as the universal mounting bracket to attach to both AMD and Intel CPUs. The 950 doubles the height of the 650 and adds two PWM fans controlled by Antec GRID software. Then there's the Kühler 1250, which features a 240mm design and two cooling pumps to ensure even the hottest CPUs are kept in line. Its fans are also controlled the Antec GRID.
Expect all of these Antec products to be available soon, with the Kühler H2O 650, 950, and 1250 arriving in the third quarter of this year.
Source: Press Release