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Old 1st Dec 2010, 18:21   #1
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Asetek launches compact liquid coolers

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...quid-coolers/1
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Old 1st Dec 2010, 18:38   #2
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Its a tick box thing.

Throw in one of these and an OEM can charge another $500 because all of a sudden its a 'premium watercooled pwnage rig'
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Old 1st Dec 2010, 19:07   #3
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"Do you think that factor-sealed systems"... factory-sealed maybe?

Being 92mm seems odd to me, don't know what to think of it at the moment. More details please?
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They explained why its 92mm - so OEMs can fit it on smaller fan mounts
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That's a very decent looking Corsair... I mean Asetek ... I mean Corsair... I mean Cortek...
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Its a tick box thing.

Throw in one of these and an OEM can charge another $500 because all of a sudden its a 'premium watercooled pwnage rig'
Agreed
Most of these factory made setups are pretty crap, a good air cooler surpasses most of these style things let alone a good custom wc setup.
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When I heard 'Dual Fan', I thought it referred to a dual fan radiator, which I thought would be quite interesting for some sort High Performance slim/small box. But no, it's just going to be boring Push-Pull.
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When I heard 'Dual Fan', I thought it referred to a dual fan radiator, which I thought would be quite interesting for some sort High Performance slim/small box. But no, it's just going to be boring Push-Pull.
As far as I understand, they will build a dual fan radiator version (i.e. not a push pull) I remember seeing a picture of it on another site, can't seem to remember where though.
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When I heard 'Dual Fan', I thought it referred to a dual fan radiator, which I thought would be quite interesting for some sort High Performance slim/small box. But no, it's just going to be boring Push-Pull.
As far as I understand, they will build a dual fan radiator version (i.e. not a push pull) I remember seeing a picture of it on another site, can't seem to remember where though.
http://www.asetek.com/products/oem-s...cts/565lx.html

Ah... you're absolutely right... might be useful then.

They even have a workstation model: http://www.asetek.com/products/oem-s...cts/585lx.html
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This means we will see more small-form-factor performance pc's with closed loop water cooling (since most of today's desktop pc's come with 90mm fans)
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will the 2x92mm rad fit on the tj07 rear exhaust slots? for those who are too lazy to watercool their tj07s
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That's a very decent looking Corsair... I mean Asetek ... I mean Corsair... I mean Cortek...
Corsair buys their coolers from Asetek and only slap a sticker on it. Asetek is the original manufacturer for all of these.

With that said, I still prefer the 120mm-option H50 from Corsair.
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