Server chassis, Corsair CoolIT liquid cooler, Asus motherboard

TweakTown reviewed the IN WIN IW-PP689 Pedestal Performance server chassis, giving it a rating of 90 percent for covering all the essentials and allowing sufficient airflow. Its noisiness and faulty latches lost it some marks, but it was considered good value at $150 (although some are charging much more).

Overclockers Club brings news of the Xigmatek Asgard III Series mid-tower case, which comes with nine tool-less drive bays, thumb-screw side panels, a 120mm fan and a number of cable supports. Prices are $45 for a non-windowed version, $51 for windows, and $78 for a noise-dampening model.

Corsair’s partnership with CoolIT for a new lineup of liquid coolers was covered by Hardware Canucks when it got some hands-on time with Corsair. They will launch an initial liquid cooler called the H60, falling bang smack between Corsair and Asetek’s H50 and H70, which will be gradually phased out. It is expected to deliver top performance.

Techware Labs reports on the E Fun Next2 Nextbook tablet/e-reader hybrid. It features a seven-inch TFT colour touchscreen display with a resolution of 800×480 pixels, 2GB of built-in storage, Wi-Fi and Android 2.3, all for a reasonable $199.99 price-tag.

The Asus P8P67 Deluxe motherboard was reviewed by OCaholic. It received brownie points for its design, angled SATA ports, power/reset button, debug display, TurboV software, and good overclocking ability. It lost marks for its cramped space around the CPU socket and its weak BIOS.