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Thursday, April 20, 2006
New Waterchill Xternal Cooling System from Asetek


Asetek released on Thursday the new WaterChill Xternal system incl. Software based control panel.

he new Waterchill Xternal Xternal offers cooling performance assuring stability and a high overclocking potential. The software utilizes control features such as pump speed, profile settings, and automatic fan adjustment.

It combines the WaterChill Xtreme 12V pump and a new designed 160 cm3 transparent water reservoir. It also includes an integrated Print Circuit Board.



The compact WaterChill Xternal system fits on top of standard ATX cases and is easy to install, with no need for any case modifications. Its Base Unit is a compact solution available in standard and black aluminum and is easily connected to any PC using a rear PC-card slot. It features a transparent water reservoir.

The WaterChill Xternal is available with or without cooling blocks.The suggested retail price is €289. For more information click here.


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