Maingear Selects Asetek To Cool F131 Gaming PCs

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News Posted: Sun, Nov 23 2008 12:14 AM

Maingear Selects Asetek To Cool New, Powerful F131 Gaming PCs

Intel Core i7-based Custom Gaming PCs Deliver Outstanding Thermal Performance at Extremely Low Noise Levels

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, Calf. November 20, 2008 – Asetek announced today that its popular LCLC liquid cooling solution has been chosen by MAINGEAR Computers for their latest generation of high performance, luxury custom computers. Based on Intel's powerful Core i7 and Core i7 Extreme processors, the newest F131 systems can handle the most extreme gaming and entertainment applications.

"We're confident the Asetek liquid-cooling unit is the premium solution for our i7 based F131. It has proven to be both powerful and reliable with very low noise, which is why it's our choice when choosing a cooler for our overclocked i7 platform," says Wallace Santos, CEO and founder of MAINGEAR Computers.



"MAINGEAR looked at all the cooling options available and we are extremely pleased that they chose Asetek as their thermal management partner," says Gary Baum, Asetek's Senior VP of Marketing & Sales. "Asetek's liquid cooling technology enables MAINGEAR to deliver computing solutions that achieve extremely high performance at much lower noise levels than air cooled designs of the past can provide."

Noise level is often cited as an issue in high performance PCs. Not any longer. Asetek's advanced liquid cooling significantly lowers system noise over traditional air cooling methods—while providing substantially improved system performance. With liquid cooling the CPU runs cool even under the most demanding conditions. Maximum overclocking is now a breeze and annoying fan noise is virtually eliminated—creating a pleasant computing experience.

According to Baum, "Leading systems integrators and premier OEMs throughout the world continue to select Asetek's thermal management solution for their advanced computing systems. Our advanced liquid cooling solutions are the most elegant, quiet, and reliable on the market today."

Note: Asetek's liquid cooling solutions are OEM ready. Each new design undergoes rigorous reliability and environmental testing. Shock, vibration, and thermal stress testing assures a 50,000 hour operational lifetime with no end-user maintenance required. This highly reliable, no maintenance system is ideal for large volume OEMs looking for outstanding thermal performance with exceptionally low noise. 






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I wonder what kinda temps a little unit like that can throw out. I bet a high end air cooler can come close to it.

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Great for Asetek but won't great technology like that always make it even more unaffordable for mainstream gamers??(Like me)Smile

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Its a good quality rig but just a decent set up is thousand of dollars that unaffordable for mainstream. A rig like this one comes in around 9K.

 

 

 

 

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Its a good quality rig but just a decent set up is thousand of dollars that unaffordable for mainstream. A rig like this one comes in around 9K.

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ice_73 replied on Sun, Nov 23 2008 2:53 PM

ive been keeping an eye on asetek for a long time now, since their original vapochill in 98. from all the reviews i read over the years they are great! they best out all other coolers and are not too noisy. glad to see they got this contract!

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