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Akasa, a leading provider of passive cooling solutions and fanless cases, have announced an update to their popular Maxwell Pro fanless case. The new Maxwell Pro Plus is now compatible with the LGA1700 socket from Intel, and some of their highest performing 12th generation processors with integrated graphics, including the Intel Core i9-12900.
High-end processors usually require a hefty cooler equipped with high-speed fans, but Akasa’s Maxwell Pro plus fanless Mini-ITX case can tame the beast, all whilst producing nothing but silence. The Maxwell Pro can handle the newest 12th Generation of Intel Core processors up to 65 W TDP (including backwards compatibility for LGA 1200 and 115x sockets) and is the perfect pair for activities such as content creation and 4K video streaming. The high-performance fanless case can adequately maintain temperatures around 80°C under load and completes the tremendous trio of Plus cases in Akasa’s new range. The Maxwell Pro Plus is compatible with latest 600 Series Mini-ITX motherboards such as ASUS’s ROG STRIX Z690-I and B660-I, Gigabyte’s Z690I/B660I Aorus Ultra, and MSI’s MEG Z690I Unify.
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