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Friday, 07 September 2007 17:52

Asetek watercools HP BlackBird 002

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Low Cost Liquid cooling


Yesterday we wrote here about HPs Blackbird 002 machine but we failed to mention that it is cooled by Asetek water-cooling. Asetek made an OEM adopted CPU and GPU integrated liquid cooling for the ultimate gaming machine.

HP is actually using Low Cost Liquid cooling that we tested back in April here. We can tell you it works great and that it is very quiet and offers everything you want from a CPU/GPU water cooling.

Asetek’s LCLC is sleek, compact and future proof designed cooled that supports Intel and AMD, as well as NVIDIA and ATI hardware. Unfortunately this is an OEM only toy and won’t make it to retail.

 

 

 

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