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GIGABYTE Launches Liquid Cooling System

Discussion in 'News' started by mixa, Jul 9, 2005.

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    GIGABYTE technology announced the new 3D Galaxy liquid cooling system, the company’s first generation water cooler for PC enthusiasts and extreme gamers. The new 3D Galaxy is designed to cool the most advanced high-performance PC processors from both Intel® and AMD with a minimum of noise and risk of overheating with unique features such as LWP (Low Water Protection) and OHP (Over Heating Protection).

    The GIGABYTE 3D Galaxy Liquid Cooling System uses a thick 5 inch tube that, together with the powerful water pump, enables an impressive 400 L/hr (liters per hour) of circulation to carry heat away from the CPU. With a super-size radiator and 12cm adjustable speed fan, thermal energy is efficiently dispersed from the system – even under extreme over-clocking conditions.

    The system comes with a neat looking blue fan cover designed to compliment the aesthetics of any chassis. The powerful pump is attached to the water tank freeing up space inside the chassis while the unique UV tube and crystal clear water tank carry light from blue LEDs to enhance the visual appeal of the cooling system.

    Helping to extend the lifespan of capacitors in the vicinity of the CPU, the GIGABYTE 3D Galaxy Liquid Cooling System incorporates a large fan over the CPU cooling block that blows cool air over the motherboard. The water pump features a ceramic shaft to increase reliability and provides an astounding life expectancy of 20000hrs. Additionally , it features LWP (Low Water-level Protection) and OHP (Over Heating Protection) that powers the system down if the water level falls below the standard mark or the temperature gets too high.

    This product should be available in the 3Q of this month
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