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All You Need To Know About Water - Cooling (Part 2)

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Take the mystery out of water-cooling with ASUS’s dedicated, liquid-cooling ready hardware

The system contains an Intel Core i5-2500k Processor with an Asus Gene IV Motherboard, AMD Radeon HD 7950 Graphics card, 3 x Dell Ultra Sharp 23inch monitors
, liquid cooling system, and more.

The system contains an Intel Core i5-2500k Processor with an Asus Gene IV Motherboard, AMD Radeon HD 7950 Graphics card, 3 x Dell Ultra Sharp 23inch monitors
, liquid cooling system, and more.

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Another prime heat creator in today’s PCs are the power components found on the motherboard, such as the MOSfets and chokes. These get especially hot when the motherboard is used to overclock the CPU, as their workload is increased massively, even with just minor power increases to the CPU socket. Installing water cooling on these power components is very difficult, as each motherboard’s layout is totally different to the next, making it hard to find water blocks that fit perfectly.

Once again ASUS comes to the rescue with its unique CrossChill cooling solution, which is found exclusively on ASUS Republic of Gamer motherboards such as the Maximus VI Formula. Like the Poseidon graphics card, the use of the CrossChill cooling solution is entirely optional; the motherboard will work perfectly without this cooler being plugged into a water cooling system, as the cooling blocks work acceptably using air. However, it’s only when the CrossChill block is plugged into a water cooling pump and radiator that it can flex its muscles.

The new Z87 chipset based ROG Formula motherboard comes with the latest CrossChill Cooling technology and features ROG armor.

The new Z87 chipset based ROG Formula motherboard comes with
the latest CrossChill Cooling technology and features ROG armor.

Testing shows that CrossChill decreases the average operating temperature of the motherboard’s power components by a whopping 23C. Not only does this make the motherboard more stable and improve the lifespan of the components, it proves to be even more important when the CPU is overclocked. Look inside any overclocked PC and it’s easy to feel the heat radiating from the power components surrounding the CPU socket, but CrossChill safely removes this, with the added benefit of remaining whisper-quiet in the process. The CrossChill features the state of the art water cooling design based on a single piece water channel, while the additional heatsink fins helps to capture the airflow in the surrounding to ensure every chance of heat dissipation capability is put to best use. Lab testing has proven that even after three years of continuous use there is barely any rust, unlike many competing power water blocks. Once again CrossChill also uses the same G1/4” connections as the Poseidon cooler, allowing for a wide range of compatibility with other water cooling products.

ASUS Poseidon (yes, it's a GTX770). Pretty interesting design. Will definately save you some money if you chose to go liquid cooling later on (no need to buy a waterblock).

ASUS Poseidon (yes, it's a GTX770). Pretty interesting design. Will definately save you some money if you chose to go liquid cooling later on (no need to buy a waterblock).

While the user will still need to install a radiator and pump when using CrossChill and Poseidon, the entire process is much simpler than usual, as the hard parts have already been done. These two products are the perfect introduction to water cooling for those who are concerned about the complexity of the job, and don’t want to void their warranties in the process. Get ready to experience the power of water with ASUS, without all the fuss.

 

 

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