Active Cool News and Press Releases

CEBIT 2007

Come and meet Active Cool at CEBIT 2007, from March 17 to March 21th, Hall 24 Booth A11/1.Active cool intreduces the new AC4G-D and AC4G-B with solution for both AMD K8 and Intel P4 CPU'S.

May 1st, 2006

Active Cool today announced the official launch of its new AC4G-D CPU cooling system, a revolutionary thermo-electric cooling system designed to address the looming processor heat crisis in the PC industry. As PC processors continue to get smaller and faster, CPU heat will remain a significant challenge that will ultimately threaten the reliability and stability of the PC. Active Cool's Thermoelectric based AC4G-D solution has the power to cool the most advanced Intel Pentium 4 processors and the new AMD K8 processors. Press release R200601

August, 2005

Active Cool introduces the new AC4G-B thermo-electric control unit. Lower cost OEM option PCI card form factor but without the LCD display. Cooling performance CPU at 28C in typical applications.Including noise reduction tecnology. Cooling power 130W - 150W.

Units are available for shipping.

March, 2005

Active Cool introduces the new copper based heat sink for Intel P4 and AMD processors and iproved performance of the thermo-electric unit for Intel P4 guaranties cooling performance and a quiet environment for the future products AC4G-D / AC4G-B Cooling power planed for 130W - 150W.

Units are available for shipping.

August, 2004

Active Cool introduces the new AC4G-P for Intel P4 OEM Option to be integrated within the computer's power supply. AC4G-P Intel P4 guaranties cooling performance and a quiet environment.

Units are available for shipping.

March, 2004

Active Cool introduces the new AC4G for Intel P4 with Copper base heatsink and improved performance of the thermo-electric unit. AC4G Intel P4 guaranties cooling performance and a quiet environment.

Units are available for shipping.

June, 2003

Active Cool is now shipping an improved version of the AC4G processor cooling and computer noise reduction system for AMD processors. The improved version has a copper insert in the cold plate, which significantly improves performance when used with the most recent AMD processors (Athlon XP 2700+ and 3000+) by improving thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion rate in the area immediately adjacent to the processor.

April, 2003

Thermaltake SubZero4G TEC for P4 has received the Editors Choice Award from Overclocker's Cafe. SubZero4G is Thermaltake's private label for Active Cool's AC4G technology.

February 23, 2003

Active Cool has moved to new, larger facilities. Our telephone numbers and street address have changed. Our new address and telephone numbers are as follows:

Active Cool Ltd.
15 Pinhas Ben Yair
Elad Israel
tel: +972 (3) 933 3213
fax: +972 (3) 909 7104
e-mail: sales@activecool.com

February 4, 2003

Active Cool announces exclusive agreements with Marlow Industries and Melcor Corporation

October 28, 2002

Active Cool launches AC4G to address computer industry's growing CPU heating crisis and PC noise concerns