Tuesday, October 30th 2012

Asetek Releases Fourth Generation of Patented All-In-One Liquid Coolers

Asetek Inc., the world's leading supplier of liquid cooling for the computer industry and the inventor of sealed loop, all-in-one liquid cooling, today announced its fourth generation of products based on this patented technology. Asetek is simultaneously releasing the next generation of their flagship ChillControl software, giving computer enthusiasts greater control over acoustics tuning, temperature monitoring and cooling performance.

"Asetek Gen4 products combine the micro-channel cold plate technology from our Gen3 products with the center inlet, split-flow design of Asetek's WaterChill Antarctica architecture cold plates," said André Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of Asetek. "The split-flow Antarctica architecture was state-of-the art when we introduced it back in 2004 and by combining it with newer micro-channel technology, we are pushing the theoretical performance limits of copper cold plate design."


The new Gen4 cold plate is paired with a completely redesigned pump that provides better coldplate efficiency. Asetek's new pump produces higher pressure and distributes coolant more optimally. Gen4 products provide 20% less thermal resistance than the previous generation, resulting in lower CPU core temperatures.. This provides computer enthusiasts the highest thermal headroom for overclocking at the lowest noise possible.

Chill Control VI adds CPU core temperature reporting into its dashboard for at-a-glance monitoring of the overall cooling system performance. Intuitive fan curve sliders enable finer control over fan profiles to fit user performance and noise preferences. New lighting controls add color cross-fade capability based on liquid temperature or time intervals.

Do-it-yourself enthusiasts can expect Asetek's Gen4 based products, including the first ever DIY all-in-one liquid coolers with 140 mm and 280 mm radiators, to be available from Asetek's partner network soon.
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10 Comments on Asetek Releases Fourth Generation of Patented All-In-One Liquid Coolers

#1
Chaitanya
280mm DIY version sounds cool.
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#2
Dj-ElectriC
The only thing DIY in those systems is connecting 4 screws
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#3
radrok
by: Dj-ElectriC
The only thing DIY in those systems is connecting 4 screws
:roll:
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#4
Cybrnook
Dirp a dibble bibble bop!
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#5
radrok
by: Cybrnook
Does the chart make sense to anyone else? The higher the fan speed, the higher the temp?
That's probably a fan curve that reacts by increasing fan speed when temperature increases and not a performance graph to show how the units are performing.
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#6
3870x2
by: Cybrnook
Does the chart make sense to anyone else? The higher the fan speed, the higher the temp?
I thought that at first, but it isnt a chart, it is their program that allows you to adjust fan speed according to the temps. It helps you find a happy medium between sound and temperature.
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#7
No_Asylum
by: Cybrnook
Does the chart make sense to anyone else? The higher the fan speed, the higher the temp?
Flip it around. The higher the temp, the higher the fan speed.
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#8
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
the software is not so different then antec's software for the 920. guess they had part designed the software too as well as the cooler itself.
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#10
Assimilator
140mm rads on closed-loop coolers... it's about damn time.
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