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    Default AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer






    AMD’s first Water Cooling Set for its upcoming Bulldozer FX Processors has been exposed. The four leaked shots of the set show Packaging and a detailed look at the Water Cooling set.

    Side of the packaging lists some key features of the Kit:

    • Easy – Bend Tubes for Maximum Flexibilty
    • Quiet, High Performance Pulse Width Modulation
    • Brilliant, Customizable RGBLED
    • Custom Fan Speed Control Hardware
    http://wccftech.com/amds-water-cooli...ssors-exposed/

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    now I know why water cooler comes with FX BD.....it's damn too hot...125W

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Well nothing surprising and I might actually get one, I just hope that the Rad is a full 60mm size for full potential cooling since I'm getting a Noctua D14 but if this thing can keep up I'd dive for this.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Is Bulldozer the new Fermi? Where did you see the 125w TDP at, Deton?

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Also when you read the Back it says that the WC is included in the Black Edition of the FX-8150

    Says:This box includes an AMD processor, installation instructions, limited waranty information, and a liquid CPU cooling system designated for use in a desktop PC.
    Last edited by Mastervivi10; 08-10-2011 at 21:46.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    I thought that all of the FX series are "Black" designated.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    It could be like the Phenom II Line of products

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Quote Originally Posted by Mastervivi10 View Post
    It could be like the Phenom II Line of products
    neg

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    aww

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    neg
    Only 3 more wake-ups to go.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    anxious to see how much of a price increase this will cause.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    125W is pretty typical, guys

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    Is Bulldozer the new Fermi? Where did you see the 125w TDP at, Deton?
    from Dutch site, in this post

    Energy

    Processor manufacturers are trying not only the CPU's faster, but especially energy efficient. A8 AMD is a very good example. The fastest in the series, the 3850 A8 is about as fast as one Phenom 940, but uses a fraction of the energy (38 watts in idle and just over 100 watts full load) and therefore offers a swift integrated GPU.

    Bulldozer is an efficient processor. At rest, with a consuming HD5970, uses the platform 118 watts. We draw about 50 watts from the card, then we arrive at 68 watts for the CPU, motherboard, memory and hard disk. It's a bit more than that Sandy Bridge with a high-end motherboard comes out at about 40 watts using the GPU geïntegrerde. We stress the CPU then Aida64 consumption up to 238 watts: an increase of 120 watts, which is right, given the TDP of 125 watts.



    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    125W is pretty typical, guys
    I know it's normal...remember the olden day AMD FX series, they were damn hot. I know AMD chips run a little bit cooler than Intel chips. However, Intel SB is much cooler now and even with their EE series are cooler than the standard 9xx chips.

    Just wondering how hot AMD BD vs Intel Ivy Bridge since both will be equip with water cooled.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Just wondering how hot AMD BD vs Intel Ivy Bridge since both will be equip with water cooled.?
    So all of the hype is working,.....All I've been thinking about lately is these new CPU's from both sides.

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    The cooler is coming Tuesday Deton.......

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    Default Re: AMD’s Water Cooling Kit for FX-Bulldozer

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    So all of the hype is working,.....All I've been thinking about lately is these new CPU's from both sides.
    I don't think it's the hype, think about it, if the TDP is 125-135W then don't you think to include a water cooler with it?
    They learned it from Nehalem, people were flocking out purchasing water cooler like a hot cake. Water cooling never get so popular in the last 3 years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    The cooler is coming Tuesday Deton.......
    which one?

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