SilverStone showcases IceMyst AIO CPU coolers and a variety of new ATX 3.0 power supplies
SilverStone, at this year’s Computex 2023, unveiled a rather ingenious all-in-one water cooler designed to address the thermal management of components surrounding the CPU socket. The device, aptly named the ‘IceMyst 360 AiO’, boasts a unique feature – a supplementary cooling fan mounted on the water block, adjustable according to needs.
As reported by TechPowerup, the IceMyst 360 AiO’s water block is cylindrical, incorporated into an ‘8’-shaped frame where half is attached to the water block itself, while the other half supports a 70mm RGB fan. Identical frames, capable of a 360° rotation, can be stacked together. If necessary and space permitting, more fans may be added to the stack, with SilverStone showcasing a product with a staggering seven fans stacked. This inventive design provides excellent cooling for motherboard power supply modules, memory, and SSDs.
The IceMyst series offers four sizes – 240mm, 280mm, 360mm, and 720mm. The default configuration does not include stackable fans, as these form part of an upgrade kit called the ‘IMF70 IceMyst’, to be purchased separately by the users. SilverStone plans to launch the new IceMyst series, inclusive of all-in-one water coolers and upgrade kits, in July of this year.
SilverStone also exhibited numerous new power supply units (PSUs) crafted based on the ATX 3.0 standard, including HELA 2050R Platinum, HELA 1650R Platinum, HELA 1300R Platinum, ZEUS 1650R Titanium, ZEUS 1350R Titanium, SFX-L Extreme 1000R/1200R Gold, and Gemini 900A Gold.
The most captivating among them is the HELA 2050R Platinum, with a rated power reaching 2050W, featuring two 12VHPWR power supply interfaces, and equipped with flat cables. The HELA 1650R Platinum retains most features of the 2050W version, still offering two 12VHPWR power supply interfaces. SilverStone has planned to release the HELA 2050R Platinum by the end of June this year, while the HELA 1650R Platinum is set for a September launch.