Compulab’s Airtop2 Inferno Mini-PC Launches on Kickstarter

A couple years ago, the Airtop compact PC launched with something unique…a brand new (exclusive) cooling system that delivered on all the power of a high-end, regular sized PC, without a cooling fan. This allowed for a completely noise free gaming experience.  Now, the same company is looking to the future with the Airtop2 Inferno, and they’ve gone to Kickstarter to help make it happen.  

Packed with a ton of high-performance goodies, (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, Intel Core-i7 7700K, 64 GB DDR4 RAM, dual NVMe and more) the Airtop2 Inferno seamlessly pumps out high-performance 4k gaming and VR worlds like no other. Plus its clamshell styled case gives you full (tool-free) access that makes upgrades a cinch.

Airtop2 Inferno deploys Compulab’s exclusive Natural Airflow cooling technology, so everything stays 100% noise-free and rock solid under the most extreme playing conditions. High-performance means Core-i7 7700K (91W) + desktop GeForce GTX 1080 (180W). Both working at full performance, they are not underclocked, in fact both are unlocked. Inferno also has up to 64 GB RAM and 2x NVMe.

Silent cooling means 0dB – not “quiet, specially designed fans”. There are simply no fans at all in Inferno, no CPU and GPU fans, no case fans and no PSU fan. There is no water cooling either. The graphics card has its fans removed. Both CPU and graphics card are cooled by Natural Airflow.

If you’re interested and want to help make it happen, be sure to head over their their Kickstarter page, where, at the time of this writing, they’ve already raised over $85,000. As a guy with kids in the house, limited space, and a baby; a tiny, noiseless gaming PC sounds like exactly what I need.  


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