Zalman Coolers And Thrustmaster Headsets & Gamepads
Zalman Reserator 3 & FX-100 Cube
At its booth, Zalman showed off its new Reserator 3 and FX-100 Cube CPU coolers.
The unique-looking FX-100 Cube is adorned in black pearl nickel plating. While this model is capable of 77W of heat dissipation with no fan whatsoever, an optional 92 mm fan is available for overclockers wanting to increase cooling performance.
The closed-loop Reserator 3 liquid cooling solution features a circular radiator and 120 mm fan, and is capable of dissipating 400W of heat.
We're eager to put both coolers to the test in our lab when they're released later this year.
Thrustmaster 250 Headsets & GPX Gamepads
Thrustmaster is jumping into gaming headsets with three new products on display.
Essentially identical, the only difference in these headsets are their target platform and coloring. The PS3 version (model 250P) is blue and black, while the Xbox 360 version (model 250X) is white and green, and the PC version (model 250C) is red and black. All three models offer the same respectably-sized 50 mm drivers, control pod, and detachable unidirectional microphone. The Thrustmaster headsets are currently selling on Amazon.com for $90.
Of course, Thrustmaster still offers gamepads, and naturally, the company had its newest GPX controllers on display.
Features include eight LEDs which indicate how much pressure the user is currently applying to the triggers, feedback-equipped analogue sticks, vibration, and a built-in headset connector. Thrustmaster is claiming that these pads are twice as precise as the competition. The GPX gamepads are available in classic black or Ferrari-branded red and white.