Corsair, those purveyors of fine RAM the World over were only too pleased to greet us. Although they did have a tale of woe to tell. Apparently the day before the grand CeBIT opening they had the entire contents of their stand nicked! Leaving them with nothing but well, an empty stand. Luckily they managed to get more kit flown in and the other exhibitors rallied round with systems and kit to help the guys out. Props to the guys at Corsair for not being beaten and all those who helped them out. Nice people rock!

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

The main attraction on the Corsair stand was the new and improved \"Hydrocool 200EX\" external water cooling solution. A product developed in conjunction with Delphi thermal systems, a major manufacturer of liquid cooling systems.

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

Hey check out the cool guy, err...kit sorry!

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

Not to be out done, Thermaltake were showing off their \"Aquarius III\" water cooling kit. This thing is big and looks the biz.

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

Sunbeam is a name well known in modding circles and they had a refrigeration unit on display. Not much is known about this since it is still in very early development although we did get to make several suggestions which were eagerly received. Watch this space!

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Wanna see something REALLY cool?...

Then check out this chilly rig from nVentiv. Click the pic to get the full picture.

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

All housed in a slightly modded Lian-Li.

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

Optimised to run at below -40°C and capable of dissipating up to 200W of CPU heat, this baby looks to be a hard-core overclocker\'s dream. This particular system was running at below -50°C.

CeBIT 2004 Part 4 Sub Zero Cooling

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