- asetek Antarctica water block
Asetek's latest waterblock, the Antarctica has been doing the rounds lately, and gets some more attention over at The Crucible this weekend. It looks to be a very well made block thats relatively simple to install, and quite effective to boot. A definite worthwhile option, particularly for beginners.
Water cooling is becoming far more main stream. It used to be thought of as an alternative only for the extreme. Now many major brand cooling companies are producing kits. Asetek is no stranger to the cooling business. Starting out several years ago building the first PC phase change systems. Since then they have branched off in to PC water cooling with their WaterChill line. Today we are going to have a look at asetek's latest water block the Antarctica.
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