First up is a picture of our media rep discussing the Armor A30. It is similar to the Armor A60 I reviewed late last year and carries a similar style, although in a smaller footprint. The A30 still allows for a full size video card and supports USB 3.0 on the front.
Next up was the Frio OCK which features six 6mm heat-pipes through a very cool looking top. It has a target price point of $80, though according to the rep, it may not actually hit the market due to a cost prohibitive construction. I hope that turns out to not be the case and we get a chance to see how it stacks up to other high end air coolers, as their last Frio cooler perfomed excellent for us in our review.
Also on display was Thermaltake's Toughpower power supply lineup. They were showcasing both the XT and Grand series, though they have more lines available on their website. Both of these models are high-efficiency PSUs that were listed as 80+ Gold certified. On the very end of the table they had their Dr. Power II PSU tester which supports every ATX power supply available today up to ATX12V v 2.3. The unit displays the value of each specific power rail within one-tenth of a volt for the following rails: +12V1 / +5V / +3.3V / 5VSB / +12V2 / -12V.
Now finally we get to the star of the show, the Level 10 – GT.