Bright Side of News had a chat with Asetek's Senior Vice President and heard that he expects at least one leading OEM PC maker will offer gaming PCs with liquid cooling as a standard offering. The site claims liquid cooling may hit mainstream by this year's holiday season.
"LC is so compelling for gaming PCs, I expect at least one leading OEM will go full attach as a standard offering. Providing LC as an option is required for any credible gaming system."
In order to truly become a liquid cooling giant, Asetek is working at full speed with OEM and ODM manufacturers in manufacturing enclosures that are compatible with their LCLC [Low Cost-Liquid Cooling]. After the fear of leaks ended by using Teflon cabling, all that Asetek needs to do is to take attention at cases that don't comply with ATX standard [you'd be surprised to know how many motherboard vendors and case manufacturers actually don't comply with the ATX specs.]