Since performance is the gamer’s nirvana, and overclocking the means to achieve it, the key is cooling the processor to allow it to run at maximum speed. Water cooling solutions have been the ideal means to do this, but they are expensive and have required an external radiator and fluid pump to purge the heat.
Now Intel has proposed their Advanced Liquid Cooling Technology that still uses a radiator, but allows it to be mounted in the chassis with a fan to expel the heat. The pump is integral to the heat sink that mounts on the processor. What you end up with is a very compact water cooler that has no external devices.
See more pictures, specs and descriptions here at hardwaresecrets.com.
Posted by Jeff