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     CeBIT : New TNN for Zalman
      Posted on 12/03/2005 at 00:29 by Marc
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    Zalman introduced during the CeBIT, a new totally silent tower, the TNN (Totaly No Noise) 300. More compact and design than the previous version, the TNN 300 features a 350 Watts power supply and totally silent CPU, GPU and HDD cooling system using the tower case as a gigantic radiator. Of course this configuration doesn’t include a single fan.


    For the CPU, Zalman shouldn’t be able to dissipate more than 70 Watts. Consequently, this configuration won’t be able to welcome high end Pentium 4.

    The last thing to find out is the release price…


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