EVGA makes ‘all-in-one’ cooler with liquid nitrogen

Jun

5

2018

EVGA has shown an all-in-on cooler at the Computex trade show in Taiwan with a partly closed circuit using liquid nitrogen. The cooler is intended for users who want to implement extreme overclocks and do not want to manually refill the nitrogen.

The cooler has been given the name Roboclocker and has been developed by two overclockers, Vince Lucido and Illya Tsemenko. The website GamersNexus reports a demonstration of the cooler to have attended. Lucido, also known by the nickname K | NGP | N, is able to use the Roboclocker to circulate the liquid nitrogen on the basis of software-implemented temperatures, whereby used liquid nitrogen passes through a number of flexible steel pipes and can leave the system. This makes the liquid nitrogen partly reusable, while it is not always necessary to pour an overclocker of nitrogen into the system.

The cooling system consists of two tanks for liquid nitrogen, one tank serving as the input of the nitrogen, while the other serves for the collection. The input goes via a steel pipe and an intake manifold to two valves: one valve is for the cpu and the other for the gpu. The valves can be opened or closed directly via a 12V-rail, but that can also be done via temperature measurements on the sockets of the cpu and the gpu. About 75 percent of the LN2 can be collected again.

The cooler is not exactly a user-friendly consumer product, since EVGA had 300 liters of liquid nitrogen available for a desktop system with the Roboclocker. The cooler was used during a record attempt with a system with an Intel i9-7980XE Extreme Edition and an Nvidia Titan V-gpu. The cpu reached 5700MHz at -95 degrees Celsius and the GPU ran at a clock speed of 2300MHz at -80 degrees Celsius. This resulted in a 3DMark Fire Strike score of 36,551, a 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra score of 10,527 and a result of 17,441 points at the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark. The Roboclocker would have a few overclocking world records.

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