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Having trouble tuning out the hum of your PC fans? Maybe it's time you took another look at Noctua's NF-F12 integrated noise cancellation fan. According to the firm, the Computex prototype kept things about 20dB quieter by utilizing a patented RotoSub ANC technology to emit anti-noise directly fro

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Try as we might to block it out, we just can't stand the whirring of our PC fan when it starts to act up. There may be an end to our cringing, as Austrian company Noctua is gearing up to debut a fan with integrated noise cancellation at Computex. The cooling fan to be shown in Taipei is only a pro

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Skipping the air cooled approach in favor of some fancy water-cooled rig? Think again, chum. Over at Computex, a smallish company going by the name of Fresh-Tech was on hand to demonstrate the absolutely howling device you see above: a LED-infused PC cooling fan. The fans can be programmed to displ

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Paranoid about excessive heat? Looks like the folks at Novac share your worries, as the NV-HDS392U external hard drive enclosure packs one of the largest, most prominent cooling fans you're likely to find in such a device. Boasting an all-aluminum frame and measuring in at 2.16- x 7.2- x 4.69-inche

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Evercool, a company long-respected amongst modders for its extensive line of fans, heatsinks and related peripherals, has taken a strange and surprising turn towards the occult with its new laptop fan, the Magic. Sure, it will cool your laptop down with its patented design, 180-degree \"wind positio

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While we've played our Wii for hours on end (must...save...Hyrule) without noticing anything really warming up, Chinese outfit Firstsing is showing off this clip-on cooling fan anyway. The USB-powered fan plugs into one of your Wii's USB ports -- blocking the other one, it seems -- and pumps a litt

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The overheating syndrome has struck just about every area of consumer electronics possible, and while spinning that UMD might get your fingertips ever-so-toasty, we haven't heard any mass outcries of PSPs getting hot enough to cook breakfast on, but apparently none of that matters. In a rare case of

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