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Hardcore Computer submerges PCs into oil, breaks the bank

Posted on Tuesday, October 21 2008 @ 23:34:08 CEST by


Hardcore Computer has released the first total liquid submersion personal supercomputer. The idea to submerge computers in oil has been around for years, but Hardcore Computer is the first firm to commercialize it.

The firm explains their coolant, which circulates through a radiator at 2.5 gallons/minute, absorbs 10x more heat than air and enables high overclocks while maintaining lower temperatures than in air-cooled cases.
Total Liquid Submersion allows sustainable overachievement. No instability, no overheating, no drama. We designed the entire Reactor system to attain and preserve maximum performance.

Most games were graphics-limited until Reactor. Total Liquid Submersion cools up to 3 NVIDIA graphics cards down to unprecedented low temperatures, even at maximum load, letting you smash traditional performance limits.


You can check it out over here. Prices start at $4,704 but if you want a better CPU, some more memory and 3-way SLI GeForce GTX 280 it quickly jumps over $7,000.



 



 

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