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Asetek release mod-friendly Waterchill pump

Asetek release mod-friendly Waterchill pump

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Not content with producing some of the best watercooling kits known to man, Asetek have launched a funky new reservoir and pump combo - which, for the first time, monitors the performance of your WC setup, via a USB connection.

With your radiator fans plugged into the headers on the reservoir, you can monitor and adjust the fan speed through a Windows application. You can monitor your system temperature using thermal probes, and you can even adjust the speed of the pump in your system, allowing you to maximise performance and minimise noise.

If that wasn't enough, the new reservoir also includes a header to enable an LCD readout on the front of the case, as well as an LED header to give the pump a cool glow, and interchangeable casings to match the colour scheme of your rig.

Frankly, it looks rather a lot like the best pump/res that we've ever seen.

It's going to cost in the region of 59 Euros, and will soon be fitted as standard on new Waterchill kits.

We're going to have our hands on one very soon, and we'll bring you an in-depth guide to how it all performs. In the meantime, check out the Asetek Waterchill website at asetek.com, and check out the pictures below.

Got some thoughts? Dying to get this into your rig? Let us know!
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