Inside AIO Liquid Coolers: Asetek 1 day ago   20:41

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This video compares the internals of multiple "AIOs," or closed-loop liquid coolers, to show how different suppliers construct popular liquid coolers.
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Liquid coolers are typically made by one of three main companies, with a few smaller suppliers also on market. Asetek supplies most of the US market, including Corsair, NZXT, EVGA, and Thermaltake coolers, with CoolIT supplying some competition via Corsair. Cooler Master is another supplier, making its own coolers, but has faced legal challenges (as has CoolIT) with Asetek's patents. In this video, we show the Asetek Gen4, Gen5, and Gen6 pumps as compared to CoolIT's new pump for the H115i Platinum. We also show an older Dynatron pump design from Antec.

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Host: Steve Burke
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