system Cooling Closed Water Systems for Mini-ITX? It is no longer a fantasy
Water cooling systems Are beginning to penetrate the mainstream of the world of computing, slowly but surely - in between Intel 's BXTS13X Solution Herself and the cards The Radeon Fury X, The sense is that these systems have matured to be simpler and easier to use for the average consumer (more or less), without the need for complicated maintenance or advanced knowledge.
A new interesting proposition for this growing category is Corsair, which claims to be the first manufacturer to offer a closed water cooling system for processors for compact Mini-ITX systems, With the help of Hydro H5 SF.
The company's unique system includes a radiator unit that does not need to be anchored in place of a 12 or 14 cm fan in the chassis - but sits a few inches above the board itself, thanks to four legs caught on the sides of the motherboard's printed circuit board. The final product is an array of less than 100 millimeters (including the motherboard and the radiator above it) with high-quality cooling capabilities, with an air push of between 12 and 24 square feet per minute, CFM, and a volume of 36 to 42 decibels above average ambient noise , Which is suitable for all current residents from Intel andAMD (Such as AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2 and all LGA115X and LGA 1366 versions) and should allow consumers to purchase a small system with capabilities The fast High, seemingly no less than those you can get on boards and enclosures ATX Standard 'big'.
The price of this interesting cooling system is expected to be a bit more than 100 in the US (a recommended price of 95 dollars without calculating the tax addition), so it is not exactly going to be an alternative to my body Cooling Average air - and yet, this is a very intriguing offer for anyone who dreams of building a modest and high-performance gaming platform for a room or living room. what do you think?