Lab501, the leading source for hardware news and reviews in Romania, came back from Cebit with interesting news regarding the LN2 container market. Reeven, a Taiwanese company, announced a new LN2 CPU pot which has been developed in cooperation with the members of Team Japan, a world-renowned overclocking team â€¦
The pot has a semi-solid design. In other words: copper base with nickel plating in combination with an aluminum tube. According to Lab501, it quite a bit of mass as well as holes more suiteable for the lowest temperatures. It will be available at beginning of April at a retail price of roughly USD $150, distributed by Scythe in Japan.
After the launch of the CPU pot, Reeven will launch also a bench table with an in-house designed hold-down mounting mechanism (again, Team Japan design) made completely from aluminum. The price of the bench table is still unknown.