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Asetek LCLC System

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So, I was reading about this system in the HP Blackbird line of PC's called Asetek Low Cost Liquid Cooling (LCLC). I wanted to know what everyones thoughts are on it. It looks promising to me, for people not wanting to assemble their own water cooling system.

Here is the full review:

http://www.hothardware.com/Articles/...System/?page=1
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I dunno, looks kinda like a gimmick. I mean I can't understand why anyone other than an overclocker/enthusiast would need a water kit. And if you are an enthusiast, you probably know how to assemble and maintain a simple loop.

Not to mention it's temps look like they could be easily beaten by a good air cooler such as a TRUE.

It just seems like their target market are people who don't even know why they need watercooling, just "hey that looks pretty badass."
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i dont trust it was far as i can throw it a good cpu kit is only 200 buck anyway and a true is around 60 bucks
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i agree, but for people just getting into water cooling it my be a decent solution. i agree though, the temps did not look to promising to me.
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this is a typical case of "you get what you pay for". It'll probably do fine, but temps wont be ultra-awesome.
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