Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 1 Dec 2010.
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'
"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?
They explained why its 92mm - so OEMs can fit it on smaller fan mounts
That's a very decent looking Corsair... I mean Asetek ... I mean Corsair... I mean Cortek...
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.
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.
Ah... you're absolutely right... might be useful then.
They even have a workstation model: http://www.asetek.com/products/oem-standard-products/92mm-products/585lx.html
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)
will the 2x92mm rad fit on the tj07 rear exhaust slots? for those who are too lazy to watercool their tj07s
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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