Today OnScreen Technologies announced the delivery of their final operational prototype of the carbon block CPU cooling solution to OCZ Technologies. The technology will be used in the upcoming OCZ HydroJet CPU cooler.
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In tests OnScreen says that the HydroJet combined with OnScreen’s patent pending carbon block heat transfer medium was able to manage the thermal energy of a 400W heat source.
As explained by Stan Robinson, Chief Engineer for DV/DT Engineering, the facility at which the device was tested, "We ran our test block to its maximum output of 400W and the HydroJet maintained the chip below operational norms throughout the entire test period. In contrast, we compared the HydroJet to a leading CPU cooling device that had to be shut down within moments of reaching 400W, when the chip temperature exceeded 105 degrees Celsius."
The internal fan design of the cooler is said to be 35 times quieter than any solution currently on the market. The fully self contained HydroJet will deliver the efficiency of liquid cooling with the convenience of air cooling.
"Delivery of this device to OCZ is the culmination of our promise to provide OCZ with an advanced, state of the art CPU cooling solution," said William Clough, executive vice president of corporate development, OnScreen Technologies. "Its performance, near silent operation, and ability to plumb to alternative heat sources anywhere on the motherboard, make the HydroJet a truly revolutionary addition to OCZ's product line."
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