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iBuyPower Element PC Review: Intel i7-7900X & Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti

Introduction Most of the readers that will frequent a hardware review site will swear by the experience of building their own custom PC. Price, performance and customization are all highlights we love to point out, but sometimes we like to overlook the problems like compatibility, DOAs, and tons of troubleshooting. If you’re a troubleshooter by nature, then building a PC is the perfect way to appeal to that need for figuring out problems. If you aren’t then the idea of building your own gaming PC is probably a nightmare! So what are gamers supposed to do if they want performance on a custom built level, but are afraid to dive into putting their own components together? The answer that you shouldn’t go to is to buy a Dell. Perhaps the real answer is to look at a company like iBuyPower. They have custom built PCs that are pre-assembled and pre-configured so that a buyer has little to worry about on their end. The only question is if the company is offering a worthwhile system to spend your hard-earned cash on. We’ll find out soon how this variant of the iBuyPower Element stacks up, but first let’s look at a statement from the company on their values. iBUYPOWER symbolizes several key beliefs: unity, strength, ambition, and perseverance. These are fundamental attributes of life inside and outside of gaming. You need them all to win. Leading the pack, iBUYPOWER is gaming, defined.Since 1999, iBUYPOWER has been delivering on its promise to build the...



 
 
 
 
 

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Performer and Extreme

Introduction Thermaltake is no stranger to the water cooling market having had the ProWater and the BigWater systems out for quite a long time now. They also got into the AiO cooler market with the Asetek-made Water units.Well Thermaltake has released their latest AiO coolers in the Water series – the Water 3.0 Performer , Water 3.0 Pro and Water 3.0 Extreme. The units are made by Asetek as are most of the market’s AiO units, but Thermaltake put their own touch on these for good measure. They were kind enough to send us both a Performer and an Extreme to check out so let’s get to it!   About Thermaltake: “The beginning of every myth and legend is about dreams and desire: the challenging, creative and combative features of Thermaltake Group create an exciting and fascinating user experience to share with everyone, while allowing users to enter a selfless state in terms of function and potential. Thermaltake Group’s 3 main brands: Thermaltake, Tt eSPORTS and LUXA2 have been merchandising throughout the world, and have successfully established 6 business footholds in areas such as Europe, America, Oceania, Japan and China, with 95 regional distributors and over 4000 premium retailers. All product planning is orientated by observation of global PC peripheral market and understanding of consumer demands. Thermaltake creates direct contact opportunities with resellers and consumers by participating major global ICT exhibitions and trade shows e...



Asetek Liquid Cools Lenovo’s Foray into US High End Gaming PC Market

Liquid Cooling Keeps Erazer X700 Cool as Lenovo Sets Sights on US Gamers Asetek® today announced its first partnership with Lenovo® to include CPU liquid cooling in the Erazer X700, recently launched in the United States. Lenovo is an established leader in the PC space and has its eyes set on the high end gamer with the Erazer X700 gaming PC. With the gaming PC market being relatively new territory for Lenovo, Asetek anticipates sales of the X700, in the second half of 2013, to account for up to two percent of its OEM revenue this year. Asetek expects that Lenovo will achieve similar success in the gaming segment as they have in the overall PC business, leading to additional future revenue. This announcement is also an important first step towards partnering with Lenovo in other segments outside of gaming PCs. “Lenovo continues to demonstrate success in the PC space. With their new Erazer X700, they are serving notice of their intentions for the growing gaming PC market,“ said John Hamill, Asetek’s VP of Worlwide Sales. “Asetek is proud to be Lenovo’s supplier of choice for liquid cooling in the Erazer X700 gaming machine.” From its cutting-edge exterior evoking a futuristic warrior’s armor, to its overclocking-enabled processor, Erazer X700 was built for the digital gamer. Lenovo maximizes the performance of the Intel® Core™ i7 while relying on the liquid coolant of the Asetek liquid cooling system to keep internal temperatures optimal. Gamers will appr...



Asetek Granted Three New Patents for its Ground Breaking Technology

Asetek, the world leading supplier of liquid cooling for the computer industry and the original inventor of integrated loop liquid cooling, announced today that it has been granted three new patents for its ground breaking technology. Asetek pioneered the integrated sealed loop liquid cooler as early as in 2002 and created a whole new category of product that makes the superior performance of liquid cooling easily accessible to computer OEMs and DIY enthusiasts alike. “Asetek is an innovation company by DNA,” said André Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of Asetek. “These patents, some of which have priority back to 2003, spring out of our rich PC enthusiast heritage and our dedication to solving painful problems for our customers.” Asetek further announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with a leading global marketer of integrated liquid cooling products that will enable the licensee to market both Asetek manufactured product and product utilizing Asetek Intellectual Property manufactured by certain other suppliers. This agreement enables Asetek to increase the rate of return on its investments in research and development. “Our successful innovations have attracted several imitators,” noted André Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of Asetek. “Although competition is a keen motivator for continuous innovation and operational excellence, innovation is expensive and as such we take out patents to protect our investments. This license agreement allows ...





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