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Friday, 23 May 2008 11:32

Acer?s Predator uses Asetek

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Low-cost liquid cooling


We have mentioned Acer's funky looking Predator desktop system and we found out and confirmed that water-cooling inside of this funky system is from Asetek.

You might remember that we were really happy with Asetek’s Low-cost liquid cooling (LCLC) OEM water cooling unit and Acer is one of the supporters who will offer this nice and very quiet water cooling to gaming enthusiasts.

Let me refresh your memory: we tested the LCLC here and you can find the pictures at Acer Predator’s site, the one that proves we were right, here.

Also read:

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Asetek LCLC Low-Cost Liquid Cooling


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