Monday, May 27th 2013

Origin PC Offers GTX 780-equipped PCs with Cyanogenic Liquid Cooling

ORIGIN PC is the first to begin offering their innovative CRYOGENIC liquid-cooling solution for NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 780 graphics card in SLI to their line of award-winning GENESIS desktops starting today. Engineered for maximum performance, the award winning ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC custom liquid cooling system makes sure you are always at your best.

The advanced cooling power of the ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC system allows for optimal temperatures when overclocking and offers a unique air and liquid cooling option designed to keep you running cool even at peak performance during intense gaming sessions.
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15 Comments on Origin PC Offers GTX 780-equipped PCs with Cyanogenic Liquid Cooling

#1
Breit
by: btarunr
Origin PC Offers GTX 780-equipped PCs with Cyanogenic Liquid Cooling
What on earth is a Cyanogenic Liquid Cooling?

:D
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#2
silapakorn
by: Breit
What on earth is a Cyanogenic Liquid Cooling?

:D
It's an ordinary liquid cooling with fancy trademark name, or just a typo.
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#3
McSteel
Well, if it's cyanogenic, then I guess they took very, very special care in making it leakproof. :p :D
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#5
NdMk2o1o
by: Arctucas
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryogenics:

"cryogenics is the study of the production of very low temperature (below −150 °C, −238 °F or 123 K)"

Therefore, in this case, it is false advertising.
It's called "cyanogenic" not cryogenic :toast: regardless, it's marketing blurb.
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#6
Arctucas
by: NdMk2o1o
It's called "cyanogenic" not cryogenic :toast: regardless, it's marketing blurb.
Agreed, but...

ORIGIN PC is the first to begin offering their innovative CRYOGENIC liquid-cooling solution for NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 780 graphics card in SLI to their line of award-winning GENESIS desktops starting today. Engineered for maximum performance, the award winning ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC custom liquid cooling system makes sure you are always at your best.

The advanced cooling power of the ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC system allows for optimal temperatures when overclocking and offers a unique air and liquid cooling option designed to keep you running cool even at peak performance during intense gaming sessions.


...from Post #1.

And cyanogenic would be possibly lethal if a leak were to occur.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyanogenic
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#7
ur6beersaway
by: Arctucas
Agreed, but...

ORIGIN PC is the first to begin offering their innovative CRYOGENIC liquid-cooling solution for NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 780 graphics card in SLI to their line of award-winning GENESIS desktops starting today. Engineered for maximum performance, the award winning ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC custom liquid cooling system makes sure you are always at your best.

The advanced cooling power of the ORIGIN PC CRYOGENIC system allows for optimal temperatures when overclocking and offers a unique air and liquid cooling option designed to keep you running cool even at peak performance during intense gaming sessions.


...from Post #1.

And cyanogenic would be possibly lethal if a leak were to occur.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyanogenic
Ex : Glorified tap water
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#10
Steven B
it probably uses a TEC or something, otherwise why even bother calling it something like that unless its phase change?
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#11
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
Everyone, cyan is a color....
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#12
jihadjoe
Those pipes don't look the least bit CYAN to me.
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#13
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
Glorified distilled water indeed. Subliminally tricking the masses with a word spelled closely to "cryogenic".

EDIT:

Ok so it states cryogenic in the article, but still, I doubt its sub zero stuff in there.. not possible with condensation and etc.
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#14
nickbaldwin86
it is merely a standard run of mil Koolance system... already overpriced and now WAY overpriced :shadedshu

People buy these systems :slap:
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#15
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
looks like they are using ecto-cooler!
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