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Asetek Liquid Cooled & Overclocked Apple Mac Pro

In hopes of reducing the noise on my overclocked 3.16Ghz Apple Mac Pro, the engineers at Asetek installed liquid cooling. In this video, I compare it to a more expensive 3.2Ghz Mac Pro. Give it a watch to see how liquid cooling allows my machine to run faster and quieter while maintaining the temperature of t…

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Early Corsair Hydro Series H70 Reviews Are Positive

The successor to the wildly popular Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler has arrived. Corsair and Asetek have again partnered to bring you the Hydro Series H70 High Performance CPU Cooler. It’s the perfect CPU cooler for those wanting the absolute best performance.  Here is a quick round up of the reviews we’v…

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A Closer Look at Asetek's All-In-One

Today’s computers are better looking than ever.  Gone are the days of a massive desktop and monitor cluttering your workspace.  The question is, why should you have to give up on computing power to get a great looking machine? This struggle is quite evident at my in-law’s home. Previously, they had a powerful…

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Asetek Liquid Cooled All-In-One PC Prototype

Our CEO, André Sloth Eriksen challenged our team of thermal experts to show how liquid cooling technology makes it possible to run Intel’s best desktop processors in an all-in-one design. We decided to make a short video to show how we did it. Sit back and watch as I give you the tour. …

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Dell Claiming The Market Leadership

With Dell’s latest move in the gaming business Asetek can now finally rightfully claim the market leadership. There is plenty of marketing literature that explains why market leadership is important so I will not go in detail about that besides stating that it is pretty important in terms of margins as well a…

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Liquid Cooling Is Growing Up

As you have probably noted in the press, HP has launched two new workstations: the Z400 and Z800 with Asetek liquid cooling inside. First and foremost, this is obviously a validation of Asetek as a company as well as our products. Moving from the gaming segment with its requirements and in to a commercial seg…

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Asetek goes back to its roots - Asetek technology now available to enthusiasts again!

As you might remember from some of my previous posts I mentioned that although Asetek had officially withdrawn from the retail/channel market, it would still be possible to buy Asetek technology as an end user going forward. Well this is what happened last week as Corsair released their new cooler – the Hydro…

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The miniaturization is over us - PC's are getting smaller than ever

As many of you may know, I am originally from Denmark - the home of contemporary Danish design furniture and companies like Bang & Olufsen (B&O), whose futuristic designs for HIFI and home entertainment are second to none. Keeping these design trends in mind, within a short time, my guess is that the…

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Low noise - A cost adder, old-school tangible end user value or even a good business opportunity?

We all know that any noisy electronic device like a projector, gaming console or a PC is quite annoying. We also know that there are pretty simple solutions to the problems, so why is it that we have to accept it? Or in other words, is it fair that we have to accept noisy devices, when there are simple soluti…

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What's best - a Corvette or a John Deere? Part II

Originally I had not really planned a Part II, of this post. However, after reading a couple of press reviews of our LCLC recently, I got inspired to follow up on the heat pipe VS liquid cooling thing again. If you have not read Part I yet, you should do that here Last week I got a link to an LCLC review at H…

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