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Thursday, 05 June 2008 15:50

Asetek used in Packard Bell iPower desktops

Written by Slobodan Simic

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OEM ready, liquid cooling solution

Asetek has announced that its liquid cooling solution has found its way into Packard Bell's iPower line of gaming computers.

According to Philippe Henry, Digital Home Product Marketing & Sales Director at Packard Bell, iPower is a desktop system for heavy gamers, and gamers demand fast and powerful systems. The only way to push the speed and performance is to have a reliable cooling system. According to his statement, Asetek's solution is simply the best that they could find, as Packard Bell's heat, noise and reliability specifications were not only met, but exceeded.

Asetek was more than pleased to be selected by Packard Bell, and according to Gary Baum, Asetek's Senior VP of Marketing, Asetek has become the leader in liquid cooling for OEM needs. They managed to enable optimum performance while minimizing the noise.

The Packard Bell iPower line is powered by Intel's Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor and Nvidia's 8800GTX graphics card.

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