Akasa Euler MX - passive mITX for Skylake

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Akasa Euler MX - passive mITX for Skylake

Post by CA_Steve » Tue Jul 05, 2016 8:19 am

Saw this at Fanless Tech. Emailed Akasa about US availability:
Hello Steve,

It will be on Amazon soon, maybe before middle of July.
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Re: Akasa Euler MX - passive mITX for Skylake

Post by CA_Steve » Mon Jul 11, 2016 7:17 am

1080p Gaming build: i5-4670K, Mugen 4, Asrock Z97 Anniversary, MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X, 8GB 1866 RAM, Samsung 860 Evo 500GB, Crucial MX100 256GB, WD Red 2TB, Samsung DVD burner, Fractal Define R4, Antec True Quiet 140 (2 front + rear) case fans, Seasonic SSR-550FX. 35W idle, 45-55W video streaming, 170-200W WoW, 318W stress test (Prime95 + Furmark)

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Re: Akasa Euler MX - passive mITX for Skylake

Post by Barto » Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:38 am

For anyone who is still interested, HWCooling.net has recently released a detailed review of Euler MX (thermal imager pictures included). http://hwcooling.net/en/passive-case-ak ... -go-ahead/

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Re: Akasa Euler MX - passive mITX for Skylake

Post by CA_Steve » Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:15 am

thx
1080p Gaming build: i5-4670K, Mugen 4, Asrock Z97 Anniversary, MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X, 8GB 1866 RAM, Samsung 860 Evo 500GB, Crucial MX100 256GB, WD Red 2TB, Samsung DVD burner, Fractal Define R4, Antec True Quiet 140 (2 front + rear) case fans, Seasonic SSR-550FX. 35W idle, 45-55W video streaming, 170-200W WoW, 318W stress test (Prime95 + Furmark)

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