Computex Roundup

If you're looking for some Computex News, we've got some affiliates who took in the show and have shared the goods with us.  TechReport starts us off with the BitFenix Mini-ITX enclosure then move on the some acoustic foam that Thermaltake uses to quiet a case.  Gigabyte has a mechanical keyboard that is all about USB 3.0 and it takes a lot of fans to cool a Super Overclocked GeForce GTX 680.

They also show us some new Enermax Liquid cooling and talk with Noctua about their latest noise cancellation technology.  Sapphire gets some love with their custom 7-series Radeon cards as well.

The MSI Win8 tablet with slide-out keyboard looks pretty cool.  Also cool is the Intel 4" Next Unit of Computing - it will set you back $400.

FutureLooks shoots us a video that covers stuff from Gigabyte, BitFenix and Corsair to keep things rolling.

TechwareLabs pays attention long enough to show us some new Thermaltake products that you may find interesting.