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Thermaltake Launches the World's First CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooler

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I've seen many useless products but this one takes the cake.
 
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There is an A.I.O. with ancillary, centrifugal fan on the side of the pump block to add air flow, on the market, but I can't find it now.
I don't think the fan is large enough to be effective though.
Arctic Liquid Freezer?
 
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There is an A.I.O. with ancillary, centrifugal fan on the side of the pump block to add air flow, on the market, but I can't find it now.
I don't think the fan is large enough to be effective though.

The Arctic Liquid Freezer II and Cryorig A40/A80 both have that feature. The fans do help with VRM and RAM Temperatures, but i doubt that the reduction in temps will be that useful when it comes to stability...
 
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Next up... submersible mobo's, where your case is a big liquid-filled tank and EVERYTHING is underwater ....:roll:..:eek:..:clap:
And the questions is: "What is mineral oil cooling?" ;)
 
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The Arctic Liquid Freezer II and Cryorig A40/A80 both have that feature. The fans do help with VRM and RAM Temperatures, but i doubt that the reduction in temps will be that useful when it comes to stability...
Found an old review of the Cryorig. Quoted as written.
The hybrid airflow fan is a great idea; however, in my testing, it did not contribute all that much in terms of reported temps. Sure, the VRM section was a few degrees cooler, so it does work, but it didn't really make a difference. On Intel's mainstream offerings, the CPU might get hot, but power draw is still so low that it makes the extra cooling feel a bit gimmicky and unnecessary most of the time. There are, however, instances where it can make a difference. In those situation, such as with SFF and HEDT systems or extreme memory, it likely will have a far greater impact.
My how times have changed for Intel, now they consume more power on mainstream than previously, I guess every little bit of cooling will help.
 
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dont understand all the negative comments, would this not allow for higher voltages and therefor better clocks/timings?

or is it a case of more voltage wont help and you will reach the limit of allowed voltage way before you reach the limit of temperature on passive cooling?
 
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dont understand all the negative comments, would this not allow for higher voltages and therefor better clocks/timings?

or is it a case of more voltage wont help and you will reach the limit of allowed voltage way before you reach the limit of temperature on passive cooling?
Higher voltage brings instability in general way before temps do. You can easily run sammy b-die on 1.5v and sit under 60C on passive cooling, I've personally never seen DRAM reach more than 65C before getting unstable (not because of temps, but because it was at like 1.55/1.6v), and there's much more room for temps there. The temp is never really the limiting factor in overclocking DRAM, there's just a sort of voltage ceiling where DRAM becomes unstable or it reduces lifespan drastically without any improvement.
 
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Seriously? Does your RAM really get hot enough to need liquid cooling?
Sometimes it gets toasty, I mean shoving 3.6 - 4.0v's through DDR for example will make 'em warm and the cooling is needed to keep them stable - and alive during longer runs.
Don't be suprised, if you do the extreme you need the extreme stuff to go with it.
 
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I mean shoving 3.6 - 4.0v's through DDR
Good Grief!! I'm not sure I believe that. I don't wish to say you're lying, however that much voltage should fry any modern RAM, even old DDR1.
 
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There is an A.I.O. with ancillary, centrifugal fan on the side of the pump block to add air flow, on the market, but I can't find it now.
I don't think the fan is large enough to be effective though.
That’s the one from Arctic right? I watched the gamers nexus review and it made little difference in temps unless you’re using a cramped case. There’s also the Asus ROG Ryujin but it’s crazy expensive with sub par build quality.
 
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Good Grief!! I'm not sure I believe that. I don't wish to say you're lying, however that much voltage should fry any modern RAM, even old DDR1.

You can only do that with DDR sticks that's either BH-5, CH-5 or Hynix B IC'ed.
All others will fry on the spot.
The main set I do that with is rated stock at 3.2v's so they can handle 4.0 or more as long as temps are kept in check.
 
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"Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand" What? They make crappy knock-offs of others products.:kookoo:
 
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You can only do that with DDR sticks that's either BH-5, CH-5 or Hynix B IC'ed.
All others will fry on the spot.
The main set I do that with is rated stock at 3.2v's so they can handle 4.0 or more as long as temps are kept in check.
Ah, ok! That makes more sense. Still though, 4 freakin' volts? Damn!
 
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