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Asetek water cooler chills multi-cores up to 250W

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Wow this is impressive IMO...Take a look.

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ASETEK is about to release to the world its new nice and small water-cooler that can take as much as 250W of heat dissipation out of the CPU or other water-cooled part. It is a project that company worked hard on for a very long time.
The Quad, Octo and Hexa CPUs with four, eight or sixteen cores will simply need a good and quiet way to cool down. Here is the answer to the CPU industry's prayers.

Asetek calls it Low Cost Liquid Cooling and it targets many audiences mostly OEMs and ODMs. It is an efficient way to cool the PC and it's quiet at the same time.

You can check the document with more details here but the beauty of this cooler is that it support various CPUs and platforms and it can even be used in gaming consoles, which are getting noisier all the time, plus small form-factor PCs, Digital home PCs and of course the high-end gaming machines.
Rest here with a picture : http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=34596
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So its basically a rebranded Aquagate Mini http://www.ninjalane.com/display.aspx?docname=aquamini
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Lol yes looks like it really.
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It looks impressive
Um, no it doesn't. LOL

It looks like a cheap water block that clips on with the weak stock plastic clips and a small, single radiator.
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Well personaly i think it looks ok..and if it can cool nicely then its impressive to me lol.
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Well personaly i think it looks ok..and if it can cool nicely then its impressive to me lol.
Well so far in that statement the only thing you can comment on is that you think it looks ok...

Since there are no reviews for the Asetek Water Cooler you cant say its gonna be any good and most the time these all in one systems are well as good as using nats piss... Yes Nats piss.
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Hmmm thats wierd. Considerng taht Mach II's and Vapochills are rated to take 200w of heat
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using nats piss... Yes Nats piss.
Cant say i have used that lol.
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I dont see it as a water "chiller" its just a closed loop water cooler, right?

I bet it performs considerably better under dual core load than air, but not anywhere close to custom loops or phase. The thing about phase is that it is rated to 200W to keep it as VERY (subzero) temps, and as long as you dont break the 200W barrier it holds up very well. But phase and TECs have the problem that when they go over their limit (say, 250W on 200W system) they just go to hell in a handbasket.

Still, getting 200W on just one block is all but impossible right now. I mean, X6800s overclocked like crazy might hit 150W, MAYBE. But I would highly doubt anything higher than that (though, I am just speaking out of forum perception, not from hard fact).
    
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Hmmm thats wierd. Considerng taht Mach II's and Vapochills are rated to take 200w of heat
VapoChills take out much more heat than that. I did a study on it, and my water block removed around 213W at the highest pump setting.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-transfer.html
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