An LCD screen lets users know just how low the fluid temperature gets. The temperature probe is connected directly into the chilled liquid loop
The cylindrical reservoir tank is mounted near the motherboard tray
Digital Storm's HailStorm gaming PC benefits from the newly-developed Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System
To demonstrate the cooling power of the Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System, Digital Storm removed the CPU water block and left it for 10 minutes. A thick layer of frost began to form as the chilled liquid dropped the temperature on the copper to below freezing point
In spite of huge advances in computer system performance in recent years, for demanding gamers and dedicated overclockers they're simply not enough. Persuading processors to offer more performance and power does come with a heat cost though. Digital Storm's new Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System manages to idle an Intel i7 processor below freezing point while unlocking overclocking performance gains at the same time.
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