Hardcore Computer Launches Reactor Liquid Filled Computer

Posted: Oct 24 2008, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:13am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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One of the things most of us don’t think about doing is submerging our computers in liquid. Despite that, Hardcore Computers has announced a PC called the Reactor that uses full submersion technology. The machine claims to be the first commercially available high-performance PC with total liquid immersion cooling technology.

All heat-producing components of the system are submerged in liquid including the CPU, motherboard, video card, memory and both power supplies. Yes I said both, the system has dual redundant server class 650W PSUs. Other features include X-Fi sound card, hot swappable hard drives and more. The liquid used for cooling is custom dielectric coolant called Core Coolant. I have to wonder how you can go about upgrading parts like video cards and RAM if you want.

"Based on market research and early adopter feedback, we're certain that anyone that requires or demands a system with fast boot and application loads, reliability, cool and quiet operation and over-the-top benchmarks will appreciate the innovations that Hardcore Computer put into Reactor™," said Al Berning, CEO, Hardcore Computer. "We have taken a quantum leap in computing technology by offering features never before seen in a desktop system."

Via Hardcore Computer

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