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| Posted: Jul 1, 2005 1:45 am

- New 12V Software Controlled Pump from asetek

Asetek have just recently released a unique new Waterchill 12V pump system (meaning it can be operated directly from the system's own PSU), which also includes an integrated reservoir and USB/Software Control Panel. The software side of things allows one to control the noise levels/performance of the pump whilst monitoring the temperature of their system, this done with the help of the integrated control board.

 

For further details, head over to this section of Asetek's site where the official announcement resides.

 


The NEW WaterChill 12V DC pump system with integrated reservoir and USB/Software-based control unit is the first of its kind. Packed with features and design that ensure every consumer with the markets best usability and developed especially for water-cooling this 12V pump system utilizes the ultimate balance between flow, pressure and power consumption (heat dissipation) for maximum performance. Ensuring uncompromising reliability in water circulation and maximum performance the 12V low noise pump system is the perfect match for ANY water-cooling set-up - customized or included in a full kit.

 


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