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Asetek Liquid Cooling Now in Servers: Part 1

You may have read our press release about Asetek entering the server space. Over the years I have received many questions asking why Asetek is not very visible in the server space like we are in pretty much every other segment in this industry. Let me start with a small anecdote; some 5 years ago I was doing…

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Where is Asetek going with its DIY channel?

If you are a part of this industry as an end user, partner or OEM you would be hard pressed to have missed that Asetek has been adding partners to our DIY lineup at a frequent rate. 2011 has seen new products from existing and new customers alike, including Antec, PNY, Corsair, Intel and AMD. I’d like to take…

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Liquid Cooling The New Black?

As I am sure you have heard or read about, Intel and AMD are now selling liquid cooling from Asetek alongside their high end “overclocking” CPU’s. We at Asetek are very proud of these announcements for a couple of reasons: First, it further cements Asetek as pioneers in the overclocking industry (crazy that i…

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Questions of the Month-October 2011

“Questions of the Month” is a blog feature that addresses some of the questions that come to us about our products and technology. Feel free to submit your own questions to questions@asetek.com. Does the radiator require being mounted in a certain orientation?No, it does not. In conjunction with our flexible…

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Questions of the Month-September 2011

“Questions of the Month” is a blog feature that addresses some of the questions that come to us about our products and technology. Feel free to submit your own questions to questions@asetek.com. Why does the PNY GTX580 Liquid Cooled Graphics Card require a fan on the GPU?The fan mounted on the liquid cooled G…

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Questions of the Month-August 2011

“Questions of the Month” is a blog feature that addresses some of the questions that come to us about our products and technology. Feel free to submit your own questions to questions@asetek.com. I am having trouble removing the sticky pads that are attached to the Asetek Sticky Pads mounting bracket and mothe…

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Questions of the Month-July 2011

“Questions of the Month” is a blog feature that addresses some of the questions that come to us about our products and technology. Feel free to submit your own questions to questions@asetek.com. I saw that the new PNY GTX580 Liquid Cooled Graphics Card with CPU Cooling uses a 120mm radiator. Will that be enou…

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WaterChill 2011C to be Widely Available via Partner

A while back, we announced the WaterChill 2011C and after that we announced its availability, pricing and pre-order dates.  We have great news as well as some not-so-great news.  The not-so-great news is that the Waterchill 2011C will not be available to pre-order on July 1st.  The great news is that we are c…

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Keep It Clean

Cleanliness is said to be next to godliness and here at Asetek we do everything in god mode (read Poseidon meets Quake). While we can engineer the best sealed liquid cooling the world has to offer, the truth is that nothing gives a significant thermal advantage like a clean PC. Dust is the enemy and nothing g…

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Questions of the Month-June 2011

“Questions of the Month” is a blog feature that addresses some of the questions that come to us about our products and technology. Feel free to submit your own questions to questions@asetek.com.What type of thermal interface paste does Asetek use?TIM (Thermal Interface Material) plays an important role in ach…

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