Tuesday, April 9th 2019

Asetek Introduces 645LT AIO CPU Liquid Cooler

Asetek, the creator of the all-in-one liquid cooler and the global leader in liquid cooling solutions for gaming PCs and DIY enthusiasts, announced the 645LT, an all-in-one (AIO) CPU liquid cooler ideal for small form factor (SFF) cases. Applications for gaming and professional content generation produce excess heat that is difficult to manage in small form factor systems. The 645LT was purpose-built to fit in the tiniest of spaces, including the A4-SFX from DAN Cases, while maintaining lasting system performance.

In developing the 645LT, Asetek looked first to the community to understand what features and benefits were most sought out by enthusiasts and dedicated gamers who want to get the most out of their SFF PCs. The 645LT combines the high performance capabilities of Asetek's latest generation (Gen6) of pump technology -- the same pump used to cool some of the world's fastest supercomputers -- with other advances including unique 90° bends where our tubes meet the radiator for space savings and increased tube lengths for ease in mounting.
"The most powerful cooling solution when it comes to full-length GPU and internal power supply inside the A4-SFX" said Daniel Hansen, CEO of DAN Cases.

"Hardware-savvy gamers, enthusiasts and Esports athletes all want peak performance and reliability from their hardware to drive an immersive gaming experience. For enthusiasts working with constrained space, excess heat becomes even more of a challenge," said John Hamill, Chief Operating Officer at Asetek. "We took that challenge to heart and used our research and design prowess to innovate the 645LT AIO, combining our most advanced pump design to extract the heat from the CPU, with unique space saving tube designs ideal for small form factor systems."

The 645LT AIO CPU cooler is now available from Overclockers UK , and will soon be available from SFFLab, amongst others.
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15 Comments on Asetek Introduces 645LT AIO CPU Liquid Cooler

#1
kastriot
It looks very cheap, at least to me.
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#2
sifu
Its pretty important for pumps to have rotating fittings for use inside SSF cases.
The NZXT Kraken X52 and Corsair H100i PRO/PLAT also have this feature and is a requirement when building in such small cases.
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#3
NdMk2o1o
Surprised overclockers is mentioned when they hardly stock asetek nor is this available on their site as of yet as I was looking for pricing....
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#4
Valantar
kastriot, post: 4027333, member: 165334"
It looks very cheap, at least to me.
...because looks are what matters when you're trying to stuff an AIO into a tiny SFF case? No, this doesn't have any RGB or other fancy design shenanigans, but it has Asetek's latest gen pump and a good radiator for the size, as well as rotating fittings and short tubing, which makes it suitable for very tight installations. Nobody cares if it looks expensive as long as it does the job.
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#5
NdMk2o1o
Valantar, post: 4027367, member: 171585"
...because looks are what matters when you're trying to stuff an AIO into a tiny SFF case? No, this doesn't have any RGB or other fancy design shenanigans, but it has Asetek's latest gen pump and a good radiator for the size, as well as rotating fittings and short tubing, which makes it suitable for very tight installations. Nobody cares if it looks expensive as long as it does the job.
Yup, there still those of us who aren't 12 year old girls or don't like our cases, kb, mouse, mouse pad, monitor, chair.... Etc etc looking like a unicorn has took a magical rainbow coloured s**t all over them :roll:
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#6
SN2716057
92mm. I wonder if I can fit it in the FD Node 202..
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#7
bonehead123
kastriot, post: 4027333, member: 165334"
It looks very cheap, at least to me.
Agreed, those elbow fittings, the top cap of the rad looks, as well as the pump housing all like they are bottom-barrel elcheapo parts from some cutesy kiddy toys....

p.A.s.S........
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#8
Crackong
I will pass and keep using my L9a in SFF cases, Thank you.
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#9
Caring1
Must have a bigassed reservoir if it holds 645 Litres :roll:
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#10
AsetekDennis
NdMk2o1o, post: 4027363, member: 83825"
Surprised overclockers is mentioned when they hardly stock asetek nor is this available on their site as of yet as I was looking for pricing....
They ran out of fans (just spoke to them). They should be arriving today or tomorrow according to OCUK :)

bonehead123, post: 4027445, member: 139670"
Agreed, those elbow fittings, the top cap of the rad looks, as well as the pump housing all like they are bottom-barrel elcheapo parts from some cutesy kiddy toys....

p.A.s.S........
Hi Bonehead123,

Could you elaborate on what makes you feel this looks like cheap parts?
I can say they are definitively not, but we’re always looking on feedback to improve the products and their aesthetics :)
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#11
Jism
Caring1, post: 4027465, member: 153156"
Must have a bigassed reservoir if it holds 645 Litres :roll:
Runs on compressed water. Unpacked 645 liters.
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#12
tigger
I'm the only one
NdMk2o1o, post: 4027377, member: 83825"
Yup, there still those of us who aren't 12 year old girls or don't like our cases, kb, mouse, mouse pad, monitor, chair.... Etc etc looking like a unicorn has took a magical rainbow coloured s**t all over them :roll:
My man, that is exactly how I see all this RGB crap.

[quote=Hi Bonehead123,

Could you elaborate on what makes you feel this looks like cheap parts?
I can say they are definitively not, but we’re always looking on feedback to improve the products and their aesthetics :)[/quote]My guess is, it was an assumption based on feck all but perceived looks

Could be good for cobbling onto a gpu though
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#13
Ubersonic
NdMk2o1o, post: 4027363, member: 83825"
Surprised overclockers is mentioned when they hardly stock asetek nor is this available on their site as of yet as I was looking for pricing....
Overclockers sell Asetek stuff under their own name (just like Corsair/etc).
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#14
NdMk2o1o
I know.
Ubersonic, post: 4027759, member: 153458"
Overclockers sell Asetek stuff under their own name (just like Corsair/etc).
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#15
Blueberries
This is a very purpose driven part here but absolutely perfect for the intended use.

I've always been fascinated by SFF designs, it's unfortunate that it comes at such a premium. Not only are the chassis much more expensive than a small mid-tower but an effective cooler like this one will run you for $100! There are a few professional applications where mounting an SFF unit on a VESA stand is easy to do and space for a tower just isn't there... but unfortuantely for most people SFF builds are a "because I can, and wanted to" rather than because it was a cost effective solution.
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