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Windows 7: Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard

15 Sep 2011   #1
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Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard

Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard for Sandy Bridge-E processors



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It’s been rumored that Intel would offer a liquid-cooling solution instead of a stock cooler with its new Sandy Bridge-E “extreme” processors, and multiple enthusiast sites have indeed snapped photos of the new cooler on the IDF exhibition floor.

From the photos, we can determine that the RTS2011LC cooler has been created in conjunction with Asetek, which had previously announced it was working on a Sandy Bridge-E liquid-cooling solution. According to Legit Reviews, Intel reps said it’s similar to the Corsair Hydro H70 kit that Asetek designed, but that parts were updated, including a 120mm fan. The fan even includes blue LED lights. While designed with the LGA2011 socket, it will also work with Intel’s 1155, 1156, and 1366 sockets.
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The X79 Express chipset is the successor to the X58 and will be paired to Intel’s upcoming LGA2011 socket for next-gen processors. The motherboard seen here is the Intel DX79SI, obviously based on the chipset. As its name suggest, the RTS2011LC liquid-cooling solution is also designed for said socket.
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15 Sep 2011   #2
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Thanks A GUY. Over a year ago I was on the Intel site and found a water cooler they were designing with metal tubes. They must of gave up and had Asetek come on board.
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