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Asetek is Granted a Liquid Cooling Patent for GPUs
Jul 1, 2014 - in News
Asetek has acquired yet another patent that worries us.
Swiftech Withdraws H220 Liquid Coolers from the US Market
Jul 23, 2013 - in News
Following a patent infringement claim from Asetek, Swiftech has withdrawn its H220 liquid coolers from the US market to "avoid litigation."
Cooler Master Responds to Asetek Dispute
Mar 21, 2013 - in News
Earlier we informed you that Asetek was suing Cooler Master, and Cooler Master has responded to these allegations.
Asetek Sues Cooler Master for Patent Infringement
Mar 11, 2013 - in News
Asetek is suing Cooler Master over the design of water coolers.
Asetek Sues CoolIt Over Liquid Cooling Patent
Aug 30, 2012 - in News
Asetek has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against CoolIt, which should have some interesting implications for the liquid cooling technology field.
Asetek Unveils Liquid-Cooled Notebook Prototype
Mar 21, 2012 - in News
Asetek has modified an Alienware M18x gaming notebook with liquid cooling and, of course, an overclocked processor.
Antec Kühler Vs. Corsair Hydro: Sealed Liquid CPU Coolers Compared
Dec 4, 2011 - in Reviews
Offering a taste of liquid-cooled performance without the maintenance hassle, sealed-liquid systems are the logical choice for many high-end builds. We compare four options to an air-cooled standard to see if any of them stand out above the others.
Intel to Bundle Liquid Cooler with Sandy Bridge-E CPUs
Oct 12, 2011 - in News
Intel has confirmed that they will be bundling a sealed liquid cooling system with its next-generation Core i7-3000 series (Sandy Bridge-E) CPUs.
Hackintosh Maker Releases Liquid-cooled Core i7
Sep 10, 2010 - in News
Not cheap, but cheaper than a Mac Pro.
VIDEO: Asetek Shows Liquid-Cooled AIO Prototype
Jul 2, 2010 - in News
This design could lead to AIOs with beefier specs.
System Builder Marathon: Performance & Value
Feb 12, 2009 - in Reviews
Using your feedback from months past, we’ve built, overclocked, and tested three systems with vastly different budgets. Now it's time to compare our efforts using cost, performance, and power as our benchmarks.