The folk over at CoolIT
made a name for themselves when the mighty Dell took the company's MTEC
technology and stuck it into the XPS 710 H2C high-end desktop machine.
Since then it has introduced the Domino ALC for simpler liquid-cooling.
Now it has gone to town at CeBIT with a custom machine built by Kobalt
Driven over from England, the beast of a rig has more tubes and pipes
than is sane. Take a looksie:
Built into a custom
chassis, the monster
uses four CoolIT Freezone Elite chillers that cool the CPU - an
overclocked Core i7 965 Extreme Edition at 4.4GHz - along with a couple
of GeForce GTX 295 liquid-cooled cards, and a stout 1,200W PSU.
Pipes and tubing, ahoy!
There be some TECs there.
The see-through 'Blade'
pass current electro-magnetic compatibility testing, according to the
folks at CoolIT, but Kobalt will probably add an internal mesh to bring
it up to specification.
It keeps it nice and cool,
Certainly looking good in the flesh and probably outrageously expensive
to boot, we kind of like it. Now, how do I get one for 'long-term'