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Once you've been bit by the enthusiast bug, a funny thing happens. Graphics cards are never fast enough. Processors will never be too powerful. And motherboards will never have too many features. Manufacturers continue to push the envelope and make enthusiast level products because of demand. Along with the goal of being the best in their respective markets, many hardware companies continue to improve their product line up to stay competitive, while also offering consumers options at different price points and performance levels. Located in Brea, California, EVGA has a solid reputation in the industry.... Read more...
iBUYPOWER introduced the new super-cooled Paladin XLC in an exclusive NZXT Red Phantom chassis. As the latest addition to the XLC (Extreme Liquid Cooling) line, the new Paladin XLC is cooled by Asetek’s maintenance free 240mm large radiator liquid cooling system. The system is powered by an Intel Core i7 Processor. The NZXT Red Phantom enclosure has room for up to 24GB of memory, triple SLI/crossfire graphics cards, and up to 7 hard drives with SSD support. To help celebrate the launch of this system, iBUYPOWER is giving away a loaded Paladin XLC via its Facebook page. More details are below.... Read more...
The EVGA Hydro Copper FTW GTX 480 looks to eliminate two of the biggest concerns regarding NVIDIA's GF100, heat and noise. Once the custom waterblock from Swiftech affixed to the EVGA Hydro Copper FTW GTX 480 is added to an existing liquid cooling loop, this videocard runs dead silent and operates at much lower temperatures than its air cooled counterparts. As an added bonus, it comes overclocked right out of the box too, and with further tweaking we expect it to hit even higher levels of performance. Read on as we add this baby to our watercooling loop to see how well it performs in stock form... Read more...
When it comes to high end graphics cards, too much is never enough. As gamers, our insatiable thirst for more pixel pushing power leads to a never ending cycle of exotic, enthusiast level videocards, including dual GPU models that take up two or three expansion slots on our motherboard. Add In Board (AIB) partner companies like EVGA regularly take supplementary measures to accommodate consumers who desire products that perform faster, run cooler, and operate with less noise than reference design models. For the most part, these steps may consist of more aggressively binning GPUs in order to... Read more...
iBUYPOWER is making it easier for gamers to push their system to the limits, thanks to a new liquid cooled version of the company's LAN Warrior II. This small form factor PC is not only smaller than most desktops, but it also offers plenty of power with support for up to two ATI Radeon HD 5970 graphics cards and 12GB of DDR3 memory. The Liquid Cooled LAN Warrior II is available with AMD socket AM3, Intel Core i3/i5/i7 LGA 1156, and Core i7 LGA 1366 layouts starting at $749. iBUYPOWER Updates LAN Warrior II Small Form Factor PCs with Liquid Cooling Compact Liquid Cooled LAN Warrior II Features a... Read more...
Asetek and liquid cooling solutions go hand-in-hand; the company has been in the business of keeping gaming rigs cool for years now, and they're one of the most respected names in the sector. So what's the big fuss here? Well, Asetek has really gone above and beyond with this one: a new all-in-one liquid cooled prototype machine that's far, far more powerful than any other AIO we have seen in the past. To date, there aren't any pre-fabricated all-in-one PCs that utilize liquid cooling and high-end components. It's definitely a niche, and we suspect that has kept companies from entering this market... Read more...
By now, you know NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 is the fastest single GPU videocard money can currently buy. But you may also know of the heat and noise complaints that many journalists have levied on NVIDIA's new flagship product. As expected, it didn't take long for one of NVIDIA's largest AIB partners, EVGA, to offer a solution to those problems and provide water-cooling enthusiasts an enticing option that's sure to shake things up. We just got our hands on one of EVGA's GTX 480 Hydro Copper FTW cards and will soon post a must read, comprehensive review. Until then, here's a taste... Read more...
iBUYPOWER To Offer Free Liquid Cooling On All Compatible Desktop Systems iBUYPOWER to move towards full adoption of liquid cooling on desktop systems El Monte, CA – December 31, 2009 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator of gaming PCs, is excited to announce it is now offering liquid CPU cooling on all compatible desktop systems, including iBUYPOWER’s signature system Chimera II, at no additional charge in an effort to make liquid cooling more accessible to every customer.. The iBUYPOWER liquid cooling solution features a heat-dissipating 120mm radiator with a water block/pump combination and is the... Read more...
Shuttle Inc., the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, today announced the availability of the new custom liquid-cooled SDXi Carbon extreme gaming solution showcased earlier this month at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show.As an extreme performance system for gamers, enthusiasts, and even professionals working with graphic design, animation, or CAD, the Shuttle SDXi Carbon features a powerful quad-core Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor, dual-slot NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 graphics card, and high-speed DDR2 memory (up to 16GB) to deliver the best... Read more...
CoolIT Systems Revolutionizes PC Gaming Performance with Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling for CPUsCoolIT Delivers Advanced Liquid Cooling to the Masses for $79 Calgary, Alberta – December 18th, 2008 – CoolIT Systems announces Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling (ALC) that offers the technological advantages employed by high-end liquid cooling solutions of superior performance, quiet protection and years of maintenance-free operation that cannot be achieved by similarly priced heat sink/fan combinations. The unprecedented integrated status display and controls provide users with the ability to easily switch... Read more...
ASETEK FIRST WITH LIQUID COOLING SOLUTION FOR AMD’S “HOT” NEW ATI RADEON HD 4870 GRAPHICS PROCESSOR CARDS AND ASETEK ANNOUNCES LCLC LIQUID COOLING SOLUTION FOR NVIDIA’S LATEST GEFORCE GTX 200 FAMILY OF GRAPHICS PROCESSORS We'll be honest: why bother with just one press release when two will work?  After all, there have been two recent "hot" video card announcements, and both are in serious need of some cooling.First up, we have NVIDIA's GTX200 family of GPUs.  According to Asetek:Asetek announced today the availability of its OEM-ready, LCLC liquid cooling solution for nVidia's new GeForce... Read more...
CoolIT Systems Develops Liquid Cooling for Intel’s Skull Trail MotherboardBoreas MTEC Chassis ST and PURE ST provide unprecedented cooling performance for the fastest, new motherboard on the market Calgary, Alberta – June 12th, 2008 – CoolIT Systems announces its new “ST” line of liquid cooling solutions designed specifically to work with Intel’s D5400XS motherboard (formerly codenamed Skull Trail). The lineup consists of the Boreas MTEC Chassis ST and PURE ST both of which provide maintenance-free, aggressive cooling power to both CPUs and Chipset, reduce noise, and enhance system reliability.... Read more...
Just in case you missed the new link at the top of the home page, we're here to let you know that we have just posted a new article in which we evaluate the features and performance of the Asetek LCLC, Low Cost Liquid Cooling system.  The LCLC may resemble other water cooling setups but it provides many features that set it apart from the pack.  Asetek has attempted to address nearly all of the traditional disadvantages of water cooling compared to air cooling.  First off, the LCLC is a completely sealed system, which means it comes completely pre-assembled.  This eliminates... Read more...
Water cooling has traditionally been considered an extreme solution, pursued by enthusiasts looking for the best cooling performance to squeeze every last drop of performance from their systems. For a long time this wasn't far from the truth and you were unlikely to find a water cooling setup that wasn't hooked up to an overclocked rig. However, in recent years watercooling has become ever more mainstream as evidenced by the number of manufacturers producing entry-level kits. These kits often provide ease of installation and operation at the expense of performance and cost. They also eliminate... Read more...
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