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The other products have been posted before but I haven't seen one this posted yet. It's at the bottom of the page.
Looks interesting, anyway.

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The A-L2 (working codename) is a 120mm all-in-one CPU water cooling kit that features a much larger combined block and pump than we are used to but is capable of moving 450L/s. The claim is that it can facilitate better flow and thus improves cooling potential over its rivals.
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...er-cooler.html


Edited by karvalot - 1/12/11 at 12:19am
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Everyone seems to be on the AIO band wagon now...
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Everyone seems to be on the AIO band wagon now...
Mainstreamers get water cooling for a low price with no hassle. AIO WC is money.
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First Corsair/CoolIt, then Antec/Asetek...
Now Coolermaster, on it's own!?
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It's common sense to cater to demand

I'm interested in seeing more of this cooler.
    
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post #6 of 22
Me thinks that this may be a fairly good performer. How about the block base!

It looks to be a much stronger pump than the competition.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 1/12/11 at 12:45am
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
First Corsair/CoolIt, then Antec/Asetek...
Now Coolermaster, on it's own!?
IIFC Asetek was the first, then CoolIt. Corsair just rebranded Asetek's gear, and Antec has an AIO WC?
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IIFC Asetek was the first, then CoolIt. Corsair just rebranded Asetek's gear, and Antec has an AIO WC?
Corsair used Asetek and now use both Asetek and CoolIt. Antec just announced their AIO, which is also an Asetek product.
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Aesthetics umm ummm ummmmmm .... I'll pass
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moving 450L/s
My BS meter just went through the roof
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