Intel designs stock watercooling system


— 12:01 PM on March 10, 2006

HEXUS has some pictures of an Intel-designed watercooling system displayed at IDF earlier this week. The unit, which Intel has dubbed the Advanced Liquid Cooler, features a copper block fed by a centrifugal pump via metal piping. The radiator sits inside the machine and uses a 120mm fan to exhaust heat from the system. Intel designed the unit to be easy to install, and the water block can be mounted on the CPU with the same push pins as Intel's stock LGA775 coolers. Intel reportedly used the unit to overclock a Pentium 4 system to an impressive 5.0GHz.

 
   
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