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New Asetek Liquid CPU Coolers Support PCs with 92 mm Fans

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Asetek Inc., the world’s leading supplier of liquid cooling solutions for computers, today announced three new liquid CPU coolers for OEMs and system builders, designed for chassis utilizing 92mm exhaust fans. The products include: a single exhaust port, single-CPU cooler; a dual exhaust port, single-CPU cooler; and a dual exhaust port, dual-CPU cooler. These new Asetek products provide superior overclocking for compact gaming systems, and ultra-quiet computing and improved productivity for 3U servers and mainstream workstations.

    “Our OEM and System Building partners are telling us space saving design is increasingly important in commercial applications as businesses seek to increase productivity without adding real estate,” said Steve Branton, Director of Marketing at Asetek. “Consumers, particularly outside North America, also appreciate compact design. Asetek’s new 92mm liquid CPU coolers enable companies such as BOXX Technologies to help their customers achieve these goals.”

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    “BOXX has built a reputation for designing and manufacturing high performance workstations that run cool and quiet in creative environments,” said Shoaib Mohammad, Director of Marketing and Business Development at BOXX Technologies. “The integration of Asetek liquid CPU coolers into our line of performance-enhanced XTREME solutions has enabled us to continue our commitment of providing digital professionals with the ultimate in record-setting performance in systems that remain reliable, stable, and quiet.”
    • The Asetek 545LC is a single exhaust port, single-CPU cooler that supports high performance gaming PCs and workstations, utilizing chassis with 92mm fans. The 545LC enables significant factory overclocking in gaming PCs or whisper-quiet workstation performance within these compact, powerhouse chassis.
    • The Asetek 565LX is a dual exhaust port, single-CPU cooler that supports the 3U server and workstation markets. The 565LX delivers a performance boost to systems designed to run CPU intensive software including powerful engineering, animation, video and audio editing applications, while maintaining ultra-quiet operation.
    • The Asetek 585LX is a dual exhaust port, dual-CPU cooler that supports the dual processor 3U server and workstation markets. The 585LX delivers a performance boost to dual CPU systems designed to run CPU intensive software including powerful engineering, animation, video and audio editing applications, while maintaining whisper-quiet operation.
    All Asetek liquid CPU coolers are fully assembled, factory filled and sealed, making them as easy to install in mass production environments as an air cooler and chassis fan. Asetek standard liquid CPU coolers are available with mounting systems that are compatible with today’s popular Intel and AMD processors. Factory sealing eliminates any end user maintenance, commonly required with component-built liquid cooling systems.

    The 565LX and 585LX are available immediately to System Builders, Integrators and OEM customers. Scheduled availability for the 545LC is mid-December.
  2. The Witcher New Member

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    H50 cheap version ?

    Hmmmm...I'll wait for the reviews.
  3. Thrackan

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    92mm only... That's just bollocks:shadedshu
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    Yeah, but if you consider the 92x2, it actually provides more cooling surface area than the 12cm. Plus, not everybody needs 12cm anyway, maybe they are trying to construct a htpc with super energy efficient Sandybridge i3's and don't have enough clearence to mount a conventional heat sink.
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    I expect a nice performance cause the CORSAIR H-50/70 using asetec pumps, exactly this on the H-70. Even the bracket is the same lol.
    I have H-50 and love it. cant wait to be released and i will go to smaller case (not if my not small enough) :)
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    these are serious than corsair's
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    Please do note that Asetek makes Corsair H50 and H70 just like Seasonic makes some of the Corsair's power supplies.
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    Spot on. They (Asetek and Seasonic) are the OEM, Corsair takes care of the rest: marketing, warranty, etc.
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    These days 92mm is just inconvinient.
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    Technical question: wont this setup cause cavitation in one of the pumps?

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    i would be interested in these if they had 120mm fans. hmmmm :ohwell:
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    How so? If they have only 1 pump in the entire loop, or the "pushing" pump is slightly weaker than the "pulling" pump, I don't think cavitation will be an issue.
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    So go for Corsair's models...duh...
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    I always found it kinda funny to first lock case up and then put $$$$ to get the heat out of it and in the end its always open anyway :)
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    I agree with you it shouldn't be an issue. How are the pumps on these? I haven't seen any of these on the market (it's been a while). Looks kinda cheap to me...
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    ummm H70. only difference I see other than the use of 92mm fans instead of 120mm, is that with the Asetek the fill hole is on the head unit. (at least I assume that to be what the cap is for on the head)
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    Who has a 92mm fan hole on the back of their case? How are we supposed to mount this?
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    If they would make the double radiator 2x120mm instead of 2x92mm that would be perfect for my 922 case
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    Would be perfect for the NZXT Vulcan.
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    I dont see the point of a 92mm rad? most cases nowadays have 120mm fan holes, even low level cheap cases have 120mm fan holes?
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    I'm pretty interested to see how the 565LX cools compared to the H70, these look like they are all using the new design block/pump corsair is getting from them for the H70 so it would be nice to see the temperature differences between a fat 120mm a 92mm and a dual 92mm radiator.

    Any chance TPU could get a couple of these, mainly the single cpu ones for some reviews?
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    Who the heck uses 92mm apart from HTPC people, but why don't they get something passive?
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    Stop complaining about, asking who and what uses 92mm fans :p
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    I still don't get it. Even mini ATX cases have front and back 120mm fans. These BOXX cases must suck. Hell, lian li has a mini-itx with a 140mm fan and a 120.

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