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Fractal Design Celsius S24 Liquid CPU Cooler

Fractal Design Celsius S24 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

When you hear the name Fractal Design you instantly think PC Case, which you should. Fractal Design came on the scene with their PC cases, many of which we've reviewed over the years. Back in 2014 Fractal Design entered the all-in-one liquid cooling market with their Kelvin line of coolers. Well it is 2017 and Fractal Design is releasing a new line of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. The Celsius series builds upon proven technology with cutting edge advancements and premium sound dampening materials to deliver extreme cooling performance with minimum noise output. Fractal Design in launching the Celsius Series with the S24 (240 mm) and S36 (360 mm). These coolers have some features that you just won't find on other AiO's out there. We are taking a look at the S24 today, let's jump in!

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Asetek Demands AMD Stop Selling The Fury X On Infringement Claims

Liquid cooling giant Asetek has reportedly issued a "cease-and-desist" notice to AMD over the sale of AMD's R9 Fury X graphics card. A similar notice was also sent to Gigabyte to stop sales of its GeForce GTX 980 Water Force graphics card. Both cards feature a closed-loop liquid cooling solution by Cooler Master. Cooler Master is already currently locked in a patent infringement lawsuit with Asetek over Asetek's pump-block and movable fittings designs.

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Asetek Has Another Legal Victory Over Cooler Master

At the end of 2014 Asetek won a patent infringement case against CMI USA, Inc. who we better know as Cooler Master. In the case the jury unanimously ruled in favor of Asetek. As a result they were awarded damages based on a 14.5% royalty rate. Cooler Master however demanded a new judgement as matter of law and a new trial.

Asetek 510LC, 550LC, 570LX & 591LX Liquid CPU Coolers Review

Asetek 510LC, 550LC, 570LX & 591LX Liquid CPU Coolers Review

For almost two decades now Asetek has been building cooling products that help increase CPU speed and performance. The Danish company specializes in liquid cooling solutions for everything from data centers to your home gaming rig. You may not realize it, but you might know them very well from the excellent AIO coolers that are sold to other companies to be rebranded. Today we are going to take a look at four of their AIO coolers, the 510LC, 550LC, 570LX, and the 591LX. All four coolers under the Asetek brand are all used in pre-built machines by companies like CyberPowerPC and iBuyPower.

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Cooler Master Loses Patent Lawsuit to Asetek

If you remember back to 2013, shortly after Cooler Master launched their Seidon series of All In One CPU coolers they were hit with a lawsuit by Asetek. Asetek, one of the biggest developers of AIO cooler pump designs, brought suit claiming that CMI USA infringed on US Patent 8240362, as well as updated Patent 8245764.

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Reference GTX 980 with AIO Cooling Spotted

Don't get your hopes up NVIDIA is not coming out with an AIO cooling version of their GeForce GTX 980 graphics card. Japanese system builder Sycom decided to take matters into their own hands and have cut a corner out of the shroud on a reference GeForce GTX 980, removed the heatsink and replaced it with the Asetek 740GN water cooling unit.

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AMD Radeon R9 390X Revealed

About 3 weeks ago Asetek announced the "largest ever design win" for the company that would result in 2 – 4 million dollars of revenue from a undisclosed OEM customer. Well it turns out the customer is AMD. Pictures of a cooler shroud is doing its rounds on Chinese tech forums. The design is very similar to the design of the Radeon R9 295X2, but is designed for a single-GPU card.

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