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Monday, 19 March 2007 18:55

Asetek water-cools the Quad FX

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CEBIT 2007:
An OEM water cooler cools FX74 and G80 / R600


Asetek, well known Danish company is today focusing more on the OEM business. The companies have some nice OEM deals with some big customers and for the time being it is showing of its water cooling achievements.

 

Its water cooler design looks really nice. It includes a water pump on the CPU socket cooler block and now it can cool G80 or R600 card as well. This small cooler and its tubes and radiators can cool a modern CPU and Graphics and the fan won't get lauder than 30 decibels.

This cooling can be used for high end gaming PC, digital home PCs, small factor PCs and even the gaming consoles.

 

We saw the prototypes up and running and the same design can cool two FX74 CPUs and two Geforce 8800 GTX in a Quad FX system. You only need a 2x12 cm fans and a bigger radiator.

 

The best of all is that the system runs cool and it is almost completely silent. Here is how it looks.

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Asetek GPU and CPU Block


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QUAD FX and Geforce 8800 GTX SLI water cooled

 

 

Last modified on Monday, 19 March 2007 18:59

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