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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 13:11

Biohazard's Rapture to get a new cooling

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cryosphere cooling system


With the launch of their newest Rapture gaming system, Biohazard is also adding a new cooling system to the Rapture system.

The new cooling system, named Cryosphere, is actually a phase change vapor cooling process that cools both CPU and the GPU. The unique feature of this system is its ability to use multiple processor cooling evaporators, which makes it a perfect choice for Skulltrail system.

According to the press release, the new Cryosphere can also push multiple GPUs to sub-zero temperatures, thus giving Biohazard more room for additional overclocking. The new Rapture can be configured with AMD's platform, Intel's "normal" Core 2 platform and Intel's Skulltrail as a top offer.

The new Rapture with Cryosphere cooling is already available, and can be configured at Biohazard's Website here.

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