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Monday, 17 December 2007 11:49

MSI X38 Diamond HydroGen [UPDATED]

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Preview: MSI goes for watercooling, part 1


We received the first MSI motherboard, which is completely designed for watercooling. While the standard-edition has the "looping" air-cooling solution, the HydroGen Edition contains a quite simple cooling solution for water. 

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The box design looks a bit extravagant, but style is a matter of taste. The board itself has quite unusual specificaitions, as you can see below.

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