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On paper, this is a match made in heaven. In reality - motherboards would say "thank you". Is the time of 1kg heatsink loads finally drawing to a close in the retail motherboard segment?
Two experienced H2O-cooling companies told us that they had nothing to do with the recent launch of water-cooled all-in-one PC, since NEC required a Japanese company. Now, a cooling expert debunks NEC's potential time-bomb.
With CPUs getting faster [and hotter] cooling is becoming more and more of an issue. This is even truer in the package systems like Dell and HP with limited space in the smaller form factor cases.
Is CPSC's-ordered recall a consequence of a rush job? Could it be that all the Predator's problems were caused because Acer failed to succesfully copy HP's Blackbird design?
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