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Intel Corp. is considering to bundle a liquid cooling solution with its next-generation enthusiast-class central processing units (CPUs) code-named Sandy Bridge E (SNB-E). The liquid-based cooler will allow Intel’s Extreme Edition (XE) microprocessors to work at even higher frequencies and thus offer higher performance overall.
Xbit Labs Source: http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/coolers...rocessors.html
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This could be interesting and very expensive...Hmmm Not sure if want....
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Why expensive? I don't think an included H50 will make a big difference in price for a $1000 chip.
    
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Hopefully the water cooling kit is an option. I'm not a big fan of Intel's default cooling solutions and really don't want to pay for an H50 clone that would just sit in my computer junk box and gather dust. If I'm paying 1,000 dollars for a CPU I would much prefer to spend the extra 75-100 on a nice water block or air cooler that I *know* has been tested and performs the way I want it to.
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Why not just skip including a heatsink altogether and let the enthusiast get the chip by itself? I imagine the majority of people who buy the extreme processors simply ignore the included heatsink anyways. Not including a heatsink would allow them to slightly lower the price. If the included cooler is anything short of absolutely amazing then including it is pointless and will only drive up the price.

I still think extreme series chips should come with silver heatspreaders instead of copper. I'm sure they could give the chips a silver heatspreader for the same price as a bundled H50. The silver heatspreader would enhance the cooling of whatever cooling solution the user chooses. Silver is about 15% more conductive than copper.
    
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they'd better give ppl a H70 or Coolit ALC 240mm if im paying $1100+ for a friggin CPU.
watch it give intel a reason to charge more for their CPUs and make it cost 1500 bucks or more :/
    
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Why not just skip including a heatsink altogether and let the enthusiast get the chip by itself? I imagine the majority of people who buy the extreme processors simply ignore the included heatsink anyways. Not including a heatsink would allow them to slightly lower the price. If the included cooler is anything short of absolutely amazing then including it is pointless and will only drive up the price.

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Now that is an idea I truly like the sound of! Imagine if the surface of the CPU heatspreader was not only silver, but had a perfectly flat surface as well. I'm sure lappers would not be happy with this, but it'd be welcomed by those that don't want to void their warranty on 1k chips.
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Why expensive? I don't think an included H50 will make a big difference in price for a $1000 chip.
Because this is Intel and they will charge whatever they want for a $50 water cooling kit.
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enthusiast-class and H50 ..... LOL!
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Just lower the TDP, Intel.
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