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Asetek Re-Introduces WaterChill Cooler Line

Asetek Re-Introduces WaterChill Cooler Line

Remember the WaterChill cooler brand from Asetek? It's back! The line may have vanished in recent years, but at the CeBIT trade show in Germany, Asetek has re-released it. We're guessing that hardware overclocking fans just missed the range of products, and now an ultra-extreme liquid CPU cooler is being launched in the WaterChill line. It's the WaterChill 2011C, and highlights include a low profile pump with third-generation coldplate technology and advanced liquid temperature fan control, coupled with a massive 240mm x 120mm radiator and four 120mm PWM fans. The 2011C also includes the company’s newly-enhanced ChillControl performance monitoring, cooling control software.


These new chillers deliver radical overclocking capabilities (up to 25% on the NVIDIA GTX 580) while drastically reducing GPU temperatures and fan noise at load. The new graphics cooler features a 120mm radiator and liquid temperature controlled fan along with a pump and coldplate integrated into the GTX 580, and will be launched in conjunction with a graphics card partner.


Both of these Asetek sealed water cooling systems are easy to install, factory-filled, sealed and tested. Factory sealing eliminates end user maintenance commonly required with component-built liquid cooling systems. Pricing and availability of both products is expected to be announced in Q2 2011.
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Cool!! I was planning on getting one of these pre-built water coolers for my new set up.... I guess i can wait a couple of months to see how this fairs.

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I guess it's cool but when are they going to release water cooling for the MicroATX systems? Your 120mm is too big for my 92mm.

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I would love to replace my Asetek 240mm Lclc with the new WaterChill 2011C..mines is just not doing a good enough job, but off course, it only has two fans, I will buy two more for push pull and give a chance.

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SammyHayabuza:
mine is just not doing a good enough job, but off course, it only has two fans

Adding a matched set of four high-flow, low-noise fans in a push/pull configuration to your 240mm wide radiator will make a world of difference to your cooling. My radiators are all 120mm square and push/pull helped me tremendously.

THESE ARE GOOD FANS

HERE ARE A FEW TOGETHER

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TaylorKarras:

I guess it's cool but when are they going to release water cooling for the MicroATX systems? Your 120mm is too big for my 92mm.

Asetek has a 545LC 92mm Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

[View:http://www.asetek.com/products/oem-standard-products/92mm-products/545lc.html]

quote::

".....Within this product line the 545LC supports high performance gaming PCs and workstations, utilizing chassis with 92mm fans. The 545LC enables significant factory overclocking in gaming PCs or whisper-quiet workstation performance within these smaller chassis. "

I am interested in Asetek's cooling solutions since I have a MiniATX system as well.

 

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rrplay:
Asetek has a 545LC 92mm Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

But they don't sell to the public, only to computer manufacturers. Occasionally you can find Asetek products for sale online, but they're usually in another country and they're violating their agreement not to sell retail to the public.

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realneil:

rrplay:
Asetek has a 545LC 92mm Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

But they don't sell to the public, only to computer manufacturers. Occasionally you can find Asetek products for sale online, but they're usually in another country and they're violating their agreement not to sell retail to the public.

yep some  install " The World's Smallest Liquid cooler " 

the  reason i mentioned the 545LC was because of the replies I had from Asetec.inc on the youTube channel with the

Antec KÜHLER H2O 620 Liquid CPU Cooler | Overclocked Edition

now as to whether i can get my hands on one of these from their store I dunno

most likely at this time just  get a better air CPU cooler for that SilerStone SG 07 i7 870 mini GB GA-H55N mobo

gotta luv the   Conga Bonga Emoticona  !

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Antec KÜHLER H2O 620 Liquid CPU Cooler | Overclocked Edition

now as to whether i can get my hands on one of these from their store I dunno 

 

better yet the Asetek folks sent me oneSmile and I have it installed in the mini-atx Silverstone SG07 !  will post a thread with some pics in a little while


 

 

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rrplay:
the Asetek folks sent me one

Cool,...I thought that they don't do retail to the public, so it was sent as a review item or a gift?

BTW: I just saw a video of the NewEgg Dude doing an un-boxing of that case. It looks sweet for such a little thing.

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they had a Twitter type weekly giveaway going on .. the Asetec folks liked my ideas and were extremely generous to send me one !

lookey here at

[View:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYkL3CESvl4]


and see the comments "

 

so I have the Asetek /Antec h20 620 installed in a Silverstone SG07 underneath the 180mm top intake sandwhiched with the Antec 120mm fan pulling air in through therad pulling and pushing air to exhaust out the sides

So maybe post a little thread with some pics there are a few on FB [Asetek]

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some readers just might want to take a look here 

Air Flow Matters, Part 1 - Introduction

http://www.asetek.com/blog/229-air-flow-matters-part-1.html

for additional info ..some really good stuff.

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rrplay:
they had a Twitter type weekly giveaway going on ..

Ahhh,....that's a nice prize for sure. The thermal controls on the cooler adjusting your fan's speed is a good idea. I just bought high flow/low noise fans to go onto both sides of my two water coolers rads in a push/pull configuration. So they're quiet, and the airflow is stellar all of the time because they're on full blast constantly.

Just checked one of the i7-870's and it's at 40c (I was just playing Crysis II with it) So it's managing really well with what I've done.

 

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realneil:


Just checked one of the i7-870's and it's at 40c (I was just playing Crysis II with it) So it's managing really well with what I've done.



maybe I am wrong but don't you have your i7 870 OC'd to about 4.0 or ? that is great with what you did ..if you ask me  Cool

& this would your rig in the CM Sniper ??

 playing Crysis 2 your cpu may be about ,70 %  load ? not exactly sure for that particular game

anyhoo ...what I've noticed from some of the video benches aka Heaven or such ..just by monitoring your cpu loads & temps along with such GPU-Z loads and temps you can possibly get an overall guess-estimate of what may be going with gameplay ..

so 40 C at those loads is great Neil

What I did briefly was I placed a
SilenX EFZ-80HA2 Fluid Dynamic CPU Cooler
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835226029
                               &
Nexus PWM Series SP802512H-03PWM 80mm
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835610001

this was pretty good overall even with the fan control & single fan  ..e did not want to spend more $$ because I really thought the Asetek would be better solution

which it is.

realneil:
high flow/low noise fans to go onto both sides of my two water coolers rads in a push/pull configuration


do you recall the model size info ? I heard some of the Deltas are really good for this

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The Fans are HERE    The red ones.  They move 69.15 CFM of air while producing only 18dBA of noise. They're expensive compared to some fans, and they don't have pretty lights,... but they really do work. They are 120mm size fans. This case is the CM Storm Sniper and I've put up a photo of it with the cooler installed before and re-posted it here. The Video Card is not the one that's in there now. It's got an ASUS GTX-570 instead.

The other PC with an i7-870 in it has different fans, but essentially the same configuration. No picture of it tonight, but tomorrow I'll post one. It's in a Cooler-Master RC-690 Centurion Case and it's the one that I had on when I posted before. It has the MSI GTX-560Ti Twin Frozr card in it. It's fans are THESE ONES They work as good as the other brand does, but they may have mounting issues in some cases. They move 62CFM of air and are 16 dBA loud.

 

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hey nice pic and nice wall pics too   oh yes 69.xx CFM at 18 dba how cool is that ! yep the more I see the CM sniper the more I like it  it's just a great case .!  thanks for re posting it 

the 2nd link link for the Thermaltake fans   hey for 10.00 each good deal  just recalled you mentioning them elsewhere in this forum >>> the first link ? the red ones are?

I would not really care about fan lites in the CM Sniper much either

thanks

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rrplay:
the first link ? the red ones are?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214001

Don't know why it wouldn't properly add that link,........These fans are a little better performing and the fans pull off of the housing for cleaning too.

rrplay:
I would not really care about fan lites in the CM Sniper much either

I'm getting to the point where I don't want to see them at all. Function is what really matters to me these days.

rrplay:
and nice wall pics too

Christmas Pics that we sent out. I was having trouble with the remote for my Nikon Camera (low battery as it turned out) and it was taking pictures at the wrong times. We ended up laughing our butts off while trying to shoot a pic to mail to family & friends. My wife loved the laughing pics and framed them.

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yeah yeah I remember you posting about those Enermax fans   yep Enermax make some good ones I 've used them as case fan replacements even some of the cheap ones are pretty good for the $$  & I recall you recommending  them to some one else here 'a bit pricey' remark in another thread.

and they pull out of the housing ? shoooot that's alone is worth an extra buck or 2 with the detachable blades

when I was setting up that silentz cooler I was looking to see if Enermax made those in a 80mm they do but chose another as mentioned previously above.

 

funny how some of the best photos are the unexpected and memorable.

 

 

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And here is a shot of the other i7-870's Corsair H50 CPU cooling setup. Remember that I said that there may be issues with mounting these white fans? Here, you can see why it's so. But they ARE very quiet, and they move a lot of air too. I could have put 140mm fans on the top, but felt that it was not necessary to do. All of these white fans are exhausting air from the case.

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looks great and nicely done ! and clean !  take it you do not smoke ?

 

anyhow I plan on stopping into my local hardware store to pick up some slightly longer screw for mounting the Asetek  radiator to the SG07 upper fan assembly I was using the stock screws and washers included and will post back with some pics a bit later today. look like the hoses on your system are the slightly stiffer ones and I def do not think that would be so easy to do in the mini-atx case that I have but with the newer style  flexible hoses I am able to rotate the whole upper assembly and experiment the position of the pump on the cpu so that the tubing does not touch anything inside.

 

real nice image as usual

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rrplay:
take it you do not smoke ?

No, I have lost too many buddies to Cancer, and my wife is a 4-Time Cancer Survivor.

rrplay:
and clean !

Took a picture of it last night and noticed that the Radiator was partially blocked by accumulated dust. Didn't want to post it so dirty, so I put it off until today and cleaned it a little while ago. It's running a little bit cooler now. This screenshot is right after a furmark and tessmark test run together.

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So how did it all turn out?

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realneil:

So how did it all turn out?

 

your asking about the mini so07 astek right ? another member emailed me this morning and mentioned that I would put a link here and post a thread about with some pics in the meantime lots of guys got FB and you can see some pics on Asetek's home page  should be done a bit later tonite or early tomorrow. got a bit of OC going on

Edit update new thread with the AntecKuhler 620 In SG07 with pics here

http://hothardware.com/cs/forums/p/54561/391219.aspx#391219

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Asetek has another giveaway going on this time with a higher performing updated version the H20 920 !!

for details looks here

 

Antec KÜHLER H2O 920 Twitter Giveaway 

 

If you do not want to participate with the Twiiter giveaway might as well take a look at some of the good posting regarding TIM etc

 

Thermal Paste, Part 1

 

 

 

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Check out Stu's video on his Asetek liquid cooled PNY XLR8 GTX580 prototype. 31º cooler and much faster!

"Introducing graphics cooling by Asetek. This is an Asetek Prototype built here at the US office with an off the shelf PNY XLR8 GTX580 card. We'll show you how liquid cooling can increase performance and reduce noise on graphics cards.

With this setup, we're able to get 1285 at 51FPS in the Heaven 2.0 benchmark.

Final product may change and the results may vary. Overall, our results have been consistent across all prototypes."

[View:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJRsBZo_2aQ]

expect to be hearing a bit more with this one pretty soon .

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This is my first look at the GPU Cooler Looks nice I thought I saw an article where they had one doing both the CPU and The GPU am I wrong or did you guys see this!

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