First: What is Liquid Cooling?
Liquid cooling is a system used to lower the temperature of a computer or other electronic device by circulating a coolant through its internal components. The coolant, which is usually water or a water-based solution, absorbs heat from the PC and carries it away, keeping the PC cooler than if it were relying on air cooling alone.
How does liquid cooling differ from traditional air cooling?
A traditional air cooling system uses a fan and heat sink to move heat away from the CPU. A liquid cooling system uses a water pump and radiator to move heat away from the CPU.
In terms of performance, the advantages of liquid cooling compared to air cooling can be broken down into 4 main points:
- Liquid cooling is more effective at removing heat from components than air cooling.
- Liquid cooling does not rely on air flow to cool components, so it is not affected by dust buildup or other air flow obstructions.
- Liquid cooling can be used to cool components that generate a lot of heat, such as high-end graphics cards or processors.
- Liquid cooling is less likely to cause noise pollution than air cooling, as the fans used for liquid cooling are typically quieter than the fans used for air cooling.
Benefits of Liquid Cooling
It’s a scientific fact that water cooling is more efficient and better suited for absorbing and transferring heat than air cooling.
Looking beyond the empirical data, our AIO liquid cooling products provide real world benefits of increased performance and quieter operation in a reliable and proven package. Whether you’re a gamer or a professional using high-volume video editing, engineering, financial software or something in between, liquid cooling offers improved performance, quality and reliability benefits.
How Liquid Cooling Works
Our liquid cooling systems feature a pump-on-block combination, proprietary EPDM rubber tubes and a heat exchanger.
Asetek Invented the All-In-One Liquid Cooler
Prior to the introduction of our sealed all-in-one liquid coolers, achieving the high performance and low noise benefits of liquid cooling:
- Required a plumber to install
- Required frequent topping off of the fluid and occasional flushing of the cooling system
- Suffered from poor reliability and sporadic leaks
- Was expensive
Our innovations have eliminated these barriers making high performance, reliability, quiet computing available to all and with absolutely zero maintenance and upkeep.
Read about our History of Innovation.