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iBUYPOWER reveals systems with triple radiator liquid cooling

Posted on Friday, September 21 2012 @ 20:49:13 CEST by


iBUYPOWER introduces a triple radiator liquid cooling solution for its gaming PCs:
iBUYPOWER is excited to announce the availability of a new 120 x 360 mm "triple" radiator liquid cooling system. With up to three times the heat dissipation of standard 120 mm radiators, the new cooling unit allows for significantly improved cooling performance.

The Erebus GT introduces fully enclosed "triple" radiator liquid cooling with improved cooling characteristics over "single" and "double" 120 mm radiator alternatives, while maintaining the no-maintenance advantage over custom cooling options.

In laboratory tests, the new radiator was able to achieve temperatures several degrees cooler than systems with 240 mm radiators, allowing for more aggressive overclocking and improved system stability under load.

Erebus gaming systems are the world's most powerful Custom Liquid Cooled systems, featuring up to 3400W of heat dissipation on the powerful Erebus XL. The smaller Erebus GT features more flexible thermal management options, including the new 360 mm "triple" radiator liquid cooler, as well as numerous custom liquid cooling options.
iBuypower triple-radiator liquid cooling

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