Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Re-brands coolers, case, PSUs.
Third-party cooler users watch with interest.
New offset design for better compatibility.
Cooling and bling for your high-speed storage.
Confident in its low-temp coil design.
Builds on the original TopFlow.
AMD and Intel compatible, naturally.
Retains predecessors' semi-passive mode.
Claims Ryzen support, 240W TDPs.
Fans enabled only over 40 percent PWM.
Just prove you need one.
Boasts improved RAM compatibility.
Fera 3, Spartan 3 LT, and Spartan 3 Pro.
Maker range targets enthusiasts.
Promises support for up to 150W TDP.
Your choice of little or large.
Low-profile design for 130W TDP.
Delayed cooler gets new fan design.
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