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Asetek Phase Change Coolers - PCstats.com Asetek Phase Change Coolers
Mon, March 07 2005 | 1:57PM | PermaLink Feedback?
It seems like there's some Asetek loving today, first Nordic Hardware looks at the new Vapochill XE II.

Most people today have heard of the company Asetek. If not, you can usually hear a bell ringing if Waterchill is mentioned, or even Vapochill which was the company's original product. At the beginning, Asetek was only offering Vapochill in their selection. Nowadays they've widened a lot and keep many water cooling products, compete kits and some other compressor cooling devices in their selection. Today we're taking a look at their newest creation in phase change cooling devices, Vapochill XE II, their most powerful solution so far, almost. Actually, they have a more powerful creation in store, Vapochill Lightspeed, but that's an external solution. On this product, everything is mounted in a case and you only need to put in your components.

Next the lucky guys at VpierLair look at the Asetek Vapochill LightSpeed, sweet!

Beyond this is Vapor Phase Change Cooling which puts our temperatures into the subzero mark. DIY Phase Change Cooling Systems are built and used by a few folks, but they can be complicated to build, mostly messy, and dangerous; certainly not something you should get into without knowing what you are doing. But as with anything like this, there is always a turn key solution brought to market you can buy. Enter asetek, and their VapoChill series of Phase Change Cooling systems. What we have on the review bench here specifically is the asetek VapoChill Lightspeed [AC], a case separate enclosure containing a Phase Change Cooling system for your PC's CPU.

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