Intel in-house Watercooling

@ 2006/03/09
The enthusiast arena has been playing with liquid cooling for a number of years. Now, Intel has developed "Advanced Liquid Cooler" which aims to bring watercooling to the mainstream. In order to do this the unit has to be reliable, and has to be easy to install.
Comment from Adidas @ 2006/03/09
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Originally posted by jmke
going to Cebit this year?
Sadly, Hannover is a bit far
Comment from jmke @ 2006/03/09
going to Cebit this year?
Comment from Adidas @ 2006/03/09
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Originally posted by jmke
good input there Adidas, and forgot to welcome you to our forums
where you from?
Oh thanks Jmke, I'm from London, UK. 28 married, 2 children who thank god are not screaming for watercooled dell xps machines. (yet).

I've been looking a forum that had a list of current hardware news for a long time, looks like I found it :-D
Comment from jmke @ 2006/03/09
good input there Adidas, and forgot to welcome you to our forums

where you from?
Comment from Adidas @ 2006/03/09
This is... original. Self contained, no need for a refill, using a standard 12cm exhaust, metal piping. The journo is right to say this could be something found on a dell box.

However, with the thermal footprint going down in the intel next gen of processors, I can't imagine this becoming 'the standard'.

But as a one-off marketing piece of fluff to push some dell 'gaming' machine to the masses, yes. I can already hear the 12yo screaming at their parents to get them a watercooled system.

 

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