The pursuit of quiet and secrecy has accompanied the computer world for many years. In which we saw a significant increase in the popularity of solutions Cooling Closed circuit liquid, video cards, and power supplies that stop their fans from operating when the load is low enough, and even laptops of a variety of types that skip the rotating components Cooling Passive to absolute silence.
The great challenge remaining is to provide a way to passively cool even high-power and high-power components that emit extremely large amounts of heat that needs to be disposed of - and now we may see a revolution in this area as well, thanks to a Belgian company called Calyos Which is engaged in developing systems Cooling For a wide range of uses and applications.
The company has created a powerful workstation based on a processor core i7-5820K HexagonHaswell-E, MSI X99 SLI Plus panel and GeForce GTX Titan X video card with a very significant thermal envelope of about 250 watts. The components are all installed in Lian Li's customized PCO7S chassis - and both the processor and the video card are equipped with dedicated adapters that transfer heat to their bodies. Cooling Which is actually part of the package itself, as can be seen in the pictures below.
Calyos claim that this solution allows both the processor and the video card to run the performance tests 3DMark (no specific version specified) and Prime95 without crossing 75 degrees - which seems to make it more efficient than solutions Cooling Active air. Power Supply A fanless fan completes the image, thus this working position should provide cool temperatures even under load without causing any noise.
Soon for all of us? We'll keep our fingers on it
It's unclear how much the unique computer costs (our guess: a lot), but assuming the technology does work as stated, we believe it won't be too long before we start to see more popular applications for it - ones that will help even our average home users get a silent, almost independent system In the interior. A dream come true or not? Tell us in the comments.