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Asetek develops liquid-cooled all-in-one desktop PC prototype

Asetek develops liquid-cooled all-in-one desktop PC prototype

All-in-one PCs have been classified as “kitchen PCs” or “mom PCs” because they emphasize a space-saving form factor and ease of use over performance. That hasn’t stopped Asetek, best known for creating budget liquid-cooling kits that companies like CoolIT and Corsair sell, from developing an all-in-one desktop prototype that receives a blast of water cooling.

As the company details in its YouTube video, its 24-inch LED-backlit prototype features the type of components that don’t usually get stuffed into an all-in-one framework, including an Intel Core i7-920 quad-core processor and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 280M graphics card. Using the mobile graphics board helps the prototype to remain the same size as an iMac at 2.3 inches thick. Nonetheless, thermal design power (TDP) output for this build reaches more than 200W, which could make all-in-one chassis a little toasty. The Asetek prototype, however, can handle the heat thanks to a radiator system and pump built into the case stand.

Read More/Source: Zdnet

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