Enermax has this week announced the availability of its new PC liquid cooling system in the form of the Liqtech II which has been certified by motherboard manufacturers such as ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the latest systems which are available with two or three cooling fans depending on your reservoir size.
The Liqtech II system is capable of supporting the latest addressable RGB lighting synchronisation technology incorporated into advanced motherboards, offering addressable RGB headers to create dynamic visual effects.
“LIQTECH II, a universal Intel and AMD CPU cooler series, is engineered for high-end desktop processors. With extremely high cooling capacity of TDP 500+ watts, the advanced AIO water cooler can deliver superior, reliable cooling performance, even in extreme overclocking conditions. Furthermore, certified by main motherboard makers (ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI), LIQTECH II supports the addressable RGB lighting synchronization with advanced motherboards featuring addressable RGB headers (pin assignment: 5V/D/-/G) to create stunning lighting effects. LIQTECH II is undoubtedly a perfect AIO cooling solution for overclocked systems, image editing workstations, and high-end gaming machines.”
More details jump over to the official product page by following the link below. All systems will be available from authorised resellers worldwide later this month.
Inno3D has this week unveiled its new iChill Frostbite GeForce RTX 20 series water cooling solution for PC systems designed around NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX series 2080 Ti, 2080 and 2070 graphics cards. The new PC water cooling system has been designed to provide users with “nothing short of excellent cooling for these powerhouse of graphics cards” says Inno3D.
“INNO3D decided it was the right time to bring back water cooling and add this to the iCHILL arsenal, befitting to the power of the new RTX series and its need for the best cooling technology. The iCHILL Frostbite is built with top quality components for supreme functionality whilst catering to the aesthetic demands with its magnificent RGB lighting. The iCHILL Frostbite is built with pure copper and is nickel plated which completely seals the heatsink protecting it. Increased cooling performance is enabled with thin thermal pads and close proximity with radiator and component. It also has ultra-thin cooling fins at 0.6 mm thick that stand 0.6 mm between each other resulting in maximum possible cooling performance.”
For more details jump over to the official Inno3D website.
Images and a few specifications have been released this week for a new mini PC in the form of the Intel Ghost Canyon NUC which will provide a small actively cooled system. Don’t get too excited though as the Intel Ghost Canyon X is not expected to be available until early 2020.
Although to whet your appetite ahead of its official launch at the current time reports are indicating the new mini PC will be powered by a 45W Coffee Lake HR processor offering up to 8-core with 16-threads. Although this is subject to change.
Ports on the Intel’s Ghost Canyon X Are expected to take the form of 3 x HDMI 2.0 ports, 2 x Thunderbolt 3 ports, M.2 storage, and a PCIe x16 slot adding the ability to install a discrete graphics card. All enclosed in a 5 litre chassis. Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet.
As soon as more information and specifications are announced for the new Intel Ghost Canyon NUC will keep you up to speed as always.