At another section of the DFI booth was their new cooling range which features the Megahalems for CPUs and the FlameFreezer for motherboard chipsets. Alongside these was an interesting picture of the heatpipe used by DFI compared to another manufacturers, it is easy to see why DFIs is higher quality.
At the Enermax stand they were showing off their new high end PSU, the 1250w Revolution which we recently reviewed (DH Review Here
) however it was their peripherals section which contained the most interesting products. The Aurora range has been expanded to include a Micro version which not only has mouse/trackball but is wireless... ideal for media centre use. In addition to this there was a model on display which shares a similar design to the full sized Aurora in terms of key layout however it is ultra thin and plastic rather than Aluminium.
Over at the Sapphire stand there was a selection of the latest graphics cards including the Vapour-X 4870, there was also a new AMD 790 based board for AM2+ users as well as an AM3 version which was being prepared for an overclocking challenge. Without doubt the most impressive item has to be their new PSU range which is based on Enermax technology. Sapphire initially took a mainstream PSU and requalified it (with changes/improvements) to pass workstation class tests and then sold it on in the professional market. They are now expanding the range, including a 1250w model, to cover enthusiasts and gamers but retaining the same high specifications and quality. Watch out for a review on DriverHeaven in the future.