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Asetek Launches their 690LQ-PN AIO Liquid Cooler for Intel's 28-core Xeon W-3175X

An AIO that is rated at 500W TDP

Asetek Launches their 690LQ-PN AIO Liquid Cooler for Intel's 28-core Xeon W-3175X

Asetek Launches their 690LQ-PN AIO Liquid Cooler for Intel's 28-core Xeon W-3175X

With Intel's new Xeon W-3175X offering 28 overclockable cores, Asetek designed that they needed to bust out some bigger guns to handle the monstrous heat output that so many processing cores could provide, especially while overclocked.  

Asetek's 690LX-PN All-In-One (AIO) Liquid cooler is designed to handle processors with a TDP of up to 500W, utilising a 360mm radiator with three 120mm fans to accomplish this task. The liquid cooler also ships with a custom mounting plate that is specific to Intel's LGA 3647 socket, though unfortunately, this mounting solution will not meet the aesthetic requirements of some PC enthusiasts.  

At this time the Asetek 690LX-PN is the only cooler that is certified for Intel's Xeon W-3175X processor, with availability that appears to be exclusive to the Asetek store, where it retails for $399.00. The cooler comes with a two-year warranty and comes factory sealed and has no refilling requirements. 

  

Asetek Launches their 690LQ-PN AIO Liquid Cooler for Intel's 28-core Xeon W-3175X  

While the rustic/utilitarian look of this CPU cooler will not satisfy some PC building enthusiasts, it will more than meet the needs of those who plan on utilising the Intel Xeon W-3175X for workstation purposes, be it for CAD work, content creation of heavy data analysis, workloads where aesthetics are a secondary factor.   

You can join the discussion on Asetek's 690LQ-PN Liquid Cooler for Intel's Xeon W-3175X processor on the OC3D Forums.  

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31-01-2019, 10:42:15

AlienALX
hahaha how much?

Do they not realise it's as ugly as sin?Quote

31-01-2019, 15:20:37

murakume
That's how much I paid for one of EKWBs X360 kits..Quote

31-01-2019, 16:16:01

Eddie long
saw it on GN when he was playing with the processor , but thats stupid money when its seems to be based on there standard design with a big copper plate bolted to itQuote

31-01-2019, 16:30:18

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Eddie long View Post
saw it on GN when he was playing with the processor , but thats stupid money when its seems to be based on there standard design with a big copper plate bolted to it
Exactly. At least sit down and design a larger pump/block for it ! not just cobble on a regular one and not even cover it. And £400? hah ! they're high.Quote

31-01-2019, 20:20:23

looz
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Exactly. At least sit down and design a larger pump/block for it ! not just cobble on a regular one and not even cover it. And £400? hah ! they're high.
That's just pennies considering price of the processor. Quote
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