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Sunday, 03 June 2007 16:11

Asetek water cools AMDs DTX

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Computex 07: X2 6000+ goes small and quiet


Danish water cooling champion Asetek got a nice deal with AMD. The company will end up in DTX machines and AMD will start talking about it early next week. Asetek LCLC or Low Cost Liquid Cooling is taking care of the cooling of the PC and the idea is to keep the high end 6000+ CPU quiet. We are not talking about keeping this DTX machine quiet during idle work, as it already is, but about keeping it quiet even during full load.  

This is still impossible with plain old air cooling. Asetek LCLC can cool a 65W CPU in a tiny DTX machine completely silently, even under heavy load. The concept is to have this small and quiet machine inside your living room.

Here is what it looks like.

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