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Saturday, 05 March 2011 15:51

Cooler Master working on new water cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 2011: The Project A-L2
It's been a while since we've seen a water cooler from Cooler Master but judging from the A-L2 prototype unit showcased at Cebit, this will change pretty soon.

The Project A-L2 as Cooler Master calls it for now will be a sealed, ready to use, water cooling system for CPU. Although it is similar to the water cooling systems from CoolIT and Asetek, Cooler Master is proud to say that this one is all theirs.

The A-L2 features a large radiator cooled by a single fan and a pump/block system. Most of those similar water cooling systems have a rather noisy pump, but Cooler Master's engineer behind this project told us that this one will end up to be pretty silent compared to others on the market. One other noticeable thing is the special block that should improve the transfer of the heat and thus make this water cooling system pretty unique.

The A-L2 should appear in reatil sometimes in May with a price set at below US $100.

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