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Asetek Surpasses Two Million Shipped Units Sold

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Asetek Surpasses Two Million Shipped Units Sold

Asetek Surpasses Two Million Shipped Units Sold

 

Asetek, the world's leading supplier of computer liquid cooling solutions, today announced that it shipped its 2,000,000th unit in September 2014. Asetek originally designed the first sealed loop liquid cooler in 2003. Due to the inherent drawbacks of traditional kit based liquid cooling (size, reliability, leaks, cost), Asetek invented the All-In-One liquid cooler category.

Since then, Asetek liquid cooling has been adopted into a diverse range of markets. From the enthusiast segment and gaming PCs to enterprise workstations and servers, Asetek has become the most used and most reputable liquid cooling company in the world.

 

Asetek Surpasses Two Million Shipped Units Sold
 


Asetek is the only liquid cooling vendor with an established Tier 1 PC, workstation and server customer base and is using that experience to reach the data center markets. Because much of the technology is shared between the desktop and data center products, every desktop PC liquid cooler Asetek sells serves as validation to the data center markets.



"Crossing the two million units shipped milestone is an incredible achievement that speaks to the quality of our solution as well as the trust that we have built with our customers," said André Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of Asetek. "This success propels us into new areas such as GPU cooling and the data center market where our solutions solve problems that traditional cooling cannot."


Factory filled and sealed for maximum reliability and ease-of-use, Asetek's patented liquid coolers have been thoroughly tested and certified to operate without maintenance for over 50,000 hours.  

 

We at OC3D congratulate Asetek on reaching such a monumental milestone and hope they continue to improve and innovate in the AIO watercooling market.

 

Join the discussion on Asetek's achievement on the OC3D Forums.

 

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01-10-2014, 08:13:37

Warchild
I remember their Asetek Waterchill kit I had back in 2006. Loved it back then.

Congrats to them for still going strong.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9XSJBCJttU here it is in all its glory, but damn that pump used to get hot!Quote
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