Intel RTS2011LC Water Cooler is Sandy Bridge E CPU bound

by Rafael Hernandez on September 14, 2011 · 0 comments

The Intel Sandy Bridge E processor is set to become a monster of a performance chip with its massive amounts of cache and 4 channel memory controller making it one of the most anticipated CPUs this year but all of the added features makes for one large, and very power hungry, processor. So the company did what any enthusiast would wind up doing and is planning on offering an optional Intel branded, and made by Asetek, water cooling setup that should keep things running reasonably cool. One has to wonder how much headroom that leaves for the performance seekers out there but this should be a nice option for those that will want to bypass gigantic air coolers which will make installing memory on both sides of the chip near impossible once in place.

Intel RTS2011LC CPU Water Cooler Shown at IDF 2011 @ Legit Reviews

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