Assuming it all makes it out to a production level, but.. have a look:
And yes, she's big:
Stated to be focused on "extreme performance", not accoustics. Finally, some sensible people! Pricing to be around the $130-150, which is alright for me, performance-to-price wise.
Currently for TR4/X sockets, full compatibility range (2011/66, AM4, et al) come launch.
My Mercury S8 is ready.
More info here: https://www.icegiantcooling.com/prosiphonelite
Linus already has a video on it:
And this from Tom's Hardware: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/icegiant-prototype-thermosiphon-cooler
[Update, 01/16/20] PCWorld coverage:
[Update, 02/07/20] KitGuru coverage:
[Update, 04/24/20] Kitguru 'revisit':
This is promising because it's something new (well, in the PC air cooling market specifically), because we've really hit a limit with traditional air coolers, because whatever the solution i'd still
want reliability and longevity, and because assuming performance and pricing won't be too far off from what's showcased? It's something that other manufacturers could follow up on, with all that entails, competition driving innovation and advancement.
-- am not
promoting, am not
advising for pre-orders. I'll wait for reviews of the final product, assuming it does come out. Just happy a well-known tech is finally been applied to our corner of the market --