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April 12, 2017

NZXT Launches Kraken G12 Liquid-Cooling GPU Bracket

Today, NZXT has launched a new version of their Kraken liquid-cooling GPU bracket. The Kraken G12 follows the footsteps of the Kraken G10 in offering a universal mounting solution for cooling graphics cards with standard all-in-one liquid coolers.

“Being able to play the latest games at the highest settings, without sacrificing performance is something all gamers want. While aftermarket graphic cards have improved lately, most stock cooling systems still can’t reach the performance level of liquid cooling. That’s why we decided to design the updated Kraken G12 to be easier to install and support the latest liquid AIOs” says Johnny [...]

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January 13, 2017

CES 2017: EVGA Shows Off New iCX GPUs, B3 PSUs, Z270 Motherboards, Quick Disconnect Coolers

At CES 2017 we had the chance to stop by EVGA, which had a huge lineup of new products including the all-new iCX cooled GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards, Intel Z270 motherboards, a brand new lineup of budget-minded B3 power supplies, and the finished version of the quick disconnect CLC coolers we saw back at Computex last year.


EVGA Shows off all-new iCX Cooled GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 FTW2 and SC2

Starting off our tour we had the chance to take a look EVGA’s brand new “iCX” cooled graphics cards which are set to replace the ACX 3.0 cooled cards which make up the majority of their current GeForce 10-series lineup. The new [...]

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March 26, 2015

Review: iBUYPOWER SpecOps Stream Machine

iBUYPOWER SpecOps Program Project #1

Back at CES earlier this year, I was fortunate enough to meet a couple guys from the iBUYPOWER team who were very excited to talk to us about their new SpecOps Program, a new initiative started by their R&D and marketing staff to help customers choose optimal system configurations for specific use cases. If anyone has ever purchased a system from a boutique vendor like iBUYPOWER, you’ll know that you don’t get much guidance in terms of parts selection. You simply go into the system configurator, do your research, and choose your own parts. The SpecOps Program however, helps guide customers through this process in a transparent [...]

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December 18, 2014

Asetek Wins Patent Infringement Suit Against Cooler Master

Ever since Asetek was granted patents back in 2012 for the AIO (All-in-One) watercoolers that are so common in the computer hardware market today, Asetek has been aggressively pursuing their competitors for patent infringement and according to a recent announcement by Asetek, it appears that there might just be some legitimacy to their claims.

This morning, Asetek announced that they’ve scored a legal victory against CMI USA, Inc (Cooler Master USA, Inc.) which establishes that Cooler Master had been infringing on Asetek’s U.S. Patent No. 8,240,362 and 8,245,764. Cooler Master “…stipulated to infringement of Asetek’s U.S Patent No. [...]

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April 8, 2014

AMD Launches Hawaii Based Dual-GPU Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card

In case you haven’t paid attention to any of the recently leaked info on AMD’s upcoming graphics card, AMD recently launched their most ambitious graphics card ever, the AMD Radeon R9 295X2. This latest graphics card is an AMD dual-GPU behemoth containing two full featured Hawaii based flagship AMD Radeon R9 290X GPUs carrying a grand total of 5,632 stream processors, 352 TUs, 128 ROPs, and 8GB of GDDR5 (4GB per GPU) running off a 512-bit memory interface.

Since cooling these dual-GPU monsters has always been a huge problem in the past, AMD has tapped Asetek’s experience in AIO water cooling to create a hybrid liquid cooling solution for the [...]

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September 8, 2013

Review: CyberPowerPC Zeus EVO Lightning 2000 SE Gaming PC

Zeus, and Lightning, and, EVO, and, 2000, and SE (SElenium?)

You know, after reviewing a number of CyberPowerPC systems, I’ve always wondered how some of their naming schemes work. I mean, with a name comprised of badass sounding greek gods, natural disasters, adjectives, and numbers combined to form a single name that makes almost no sense, but sounds ridiculously awesome, it almost makes you wonder where the heck they come up with all these names.

Now, you’re probably asking why I’m even talking about CyberPowerPC’s system naming scheme. Well, that’s because today we’ll be reviewing a brand new system from CyberPowerPC, which [...]

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March 19, 2013

GTC 2013: PNY Shows Off Prototype Modular AIO GPU/CPU Water Cooler

As one of Nvidia’s biggest GPU partners, PNY also claimed one of the largest booths at Nvidia’s annual GTC event. Being one of the only companies out there with product lines for pretty much every type of consumer from gamer to enterprise, PNY had a ton of products on the show floor, one of which was a highly promising prototype of an all in one (AIO) CPU/GPU cooler.

Those familiar with PNY’s line of XLR8 graphics cards will also be familiar with the fact that water cooled graphics cards aren’t necessarily new for the company. Back when the GeForce 500 Series graphics cards were the hot new thing, PNY already brought to market an AIO water [...]

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September 1, 2012

Cooler Master Teases New Eisberg Series Water Cooler

When companies these days look into adding all in one water cooling systems to their product lineups, they usually go to ODMs, namely Asetek and CoollIt Systems, who help design, produce, and manufacture the water coolers. This is why every all in one water cooling solution looks more or less the same no matter whose logo is plastered on the product.

Cooling giant Cooler Master on the other hand, develops their own. First seen on display at CeBit 2012, the Eisberg water cooler is a product developed by a collaboration between Cooler Master and German based company Eheim, who typically produces aquarium related products.

Below is a teaser trailer recently [...]

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December 15, 2011

Zalman Debuts Self Contained Water Cooler [CNPS20LQ]

Seems like everybody’s been getting into the self contained water cooling business and Zalman is about to join the party as well. Zalman is introducing their new CNPS20LQ cpu cooler which looks a lot like the Antec Kuhler and Corsair Hydro series coolers. The new cooler is designed by Asetek, who also helped design the Antec Kuhler and the original Hydro Series  (H40/H50/H70)

US pricing is currently unavailable at this time, but European pricing is expected to be at €69.90.

Source: TechPowerUp

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