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  • Price cut on Vapochill!

    27 September 2005, 10:18

    Price cut on Vapochill!

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  • New Generation VapoChill®

    27 September 2005, 10:18

    New Generation VapoChill®

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  • Review: Asetek WaterChill Xtreme 12V Pump/Reservoir

    24 August 2005, 00:00

    The design is revolutionary. I'm sure we'll see copycat designs surfacing to flatter the Asetek engineers. Performance is excellent, this pump should be able to handle the most taxing of ...

  • Review: AMD's Athlon FX - CPU Scaling to 3GHz and 250MHz dHTT

    24 February 2005, 00:00

    Please take this article in the spirit that it's intended. I just overclocked some stuff using a chiller, I didn't steal new SKUs from AMD. A nice mainboard, some good ...

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  • Review: Asetek's VapoChill XE-II

    9 February 2005, 00:00

    By decoupling the cooling hardware from your PSU as its power source, recharging and retuning the compressor for improved cooling performance and using the ChillControl and mounting hardware that the ...

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  • Review: Asetek WaterChill Antarctica KT03A-L30

    2 August 2004, 00:00

    All my issues with the KT12 were blown away with the KT03A. Better relative performance, no more tubing hassles and better packaging all combine to sort out the WaterChill experience. ...

  • Review: Asetek VapoChill LightSpeed [AC]

    30 June 2004, 00:00

    The brilliant mounting mechanism, peerless cooling performance (now unmatched since the Mach II GT is no more) and stylish enclosure allow Asetek to raise the commercial phase-change CPU cooling bar.

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  • Review: Asetek WaterChill KT12-L20

    10 February 2004, 00:00

    Undoubtedly better than air cooling but not without its problems, the Asetek WaterChill KT12-L20 comes recommended if you have no fear of stiff pipes, or are willing to change them ...

  • Review: VapoChill XE [Socket 478 P4]

    8 October 2003, 00:00

    For those looking to get the most out of a Pentium 4 processor, especially up in the giddy heights of 4GHz operation with a 3.0, 3.2 or 3.2 Extreme Edition, ...

  • Review: Asetek VapoChill XE

    23 August 2003, 00:00

    I'm addicted to phase change now, Asetek will have to prise this unit from my cold, dead, R404a chilled hands. The performance and new ChillControl make VapoChill'ing an attractive proposition ...

  • Review: Asetek WaterChill KT03-L20

    1 May 2003, 00:00

    Performance-wise, the Asetek WaterChill didn't disappoint. Even when the radiator's fan was set to 7v via the control system, the performance exhibited toppled that of a premier air-cooling solution. Asetek ...

  • Review: VapoChill Premium Edition

    24 September 2002, 00:00

    I really do feel that Asetek have made a concerted attempt to bring refrigerant-based cooling into the mainstream with this new VapoChill design. Once appealing to hardcore enthusiasts only, the ...

  • Review: Vapochill Premium Edition [Preview]

    9 September 2002, 00:00

    Those of us who like to push our equipment to the absolute limit will sometimes go to extraordinary lengths to ensure that we have the highest CPU MHz possible. After ...

  • Review: Project Black Ice

    10 March 2001, 00:00

    This is the first part in a series of articles documenting the construction of probably one of the fastest, coolest and most outrageous PC's to ever be built.

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