Intel has been known to work with Cooler Master and EKWB on some serious cooling, a technology that calls it up Cryo cooling technology for smart cooling in sub-regions. But we didn’t really care about the costs involved in this new generation of Peltier chips peelers, something Sweclockers It was recently highlighted with the European release date on February 25th. You are looking around $ 350 (£ 395) To Cooler Master MasterL Liquid ML360 Sub-Zero powered by Intel Cryo cooling technologyWhy do you use one word when ten does well?
The cooler definitely looks interesting, and although it is designed exclusively for Intel chips, it has already been seen Ryzen 9 5950X. These tricks aside, this is an impressive cooler that should keep the hottest Intel 14nm ++ chips cool.
The key to the thermodynamic Cryo Cooler magic is the use of the Peltier Effect, which uses an electric current to help draw heat away from one surface and push it to another. This results in near-ambient temperatures on one side of the radiator, with a lot of heat being produced on the other surface.
Peltier coolers aren’t particularly new – we brought them back in the early 2000s, and they were expected to be the next big thing. This was never achieved, because one of the side effects of the Peltier chillers is that they require a lot of energy input to provide adequate cooling and produce a lot of condensation. This is known at work as “a really bad thing”.
Intel says it solved this last problem with Cryo Cooler, and in fact, focused on it in the launch video – which is cool by the way, why not all CPU coolers launch with this exciting? Oh yeah, because it doesn’t usually cost anywhere near that much.
We’ll be watching this with interest because modern CPUs do a great job of managing their efficiency based on available cooling. Although you won’t be challenging liquid nitrogen records with such a setting, it will likely produce higher frequencies than you can manage with regular liquid coolers.