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A breakthrough in the PC world? You haven’t seen such quiet cooling

This is what all CPU cooling systems may soon look like. The German company has prepared a very interesting solution that tempts with its silence and efficiency.

The latest computer processors such as the series AMD Ryzen 7000 Whether 14th generation Intel Core offer top performance in games and programs. All thanks to the large number of cores and threads and high clock speeds. However, this means unfortunately high power consumptionso and high temperatures.

Wieland’s prototype supports AMD and Intel processors

More and more people are choosing liquid cooling systems. However, despite many advantages, there are also some disadvantages – high price and often noisy pump. German company Wieland (unknown on the PC market) claims to have found a solution. And the proof of this is their latest prototype.

Roman “der8auer” Hartunga famous German engineer, overclocker and brand owner Thermal Grizzlyhad the opportunity to test the prototype Wieland Cold Plate Gaming. We are talking about the processor cooling system, which at first glance resembles an AiO set. It all works though on the thermosyphon principle.

A breakthrough in the PC world?  You haven't seen such quiet cooling

In other words, we won’t find a push-up here, but the movement of liquid in the system is caused by the difference between the heat source and the storage tank. As a result, we are talking about a simple CPU block, two hoses, a 240 mm radiator and two cylindrical reservoirs on the sides of the radiator.

A breakthrough in the PC world?  You haven't seen such quiet cooling

der8auer tested Wieland Cold Plate Gaming on a platform consisting of a CPU AMD Ryzen 9 7950X paired with the motherboard ASUS ROG X670E Hero, all enclosed in a classic be quiet! housing. Dark Base Pro 901. The traditional AiO – Corsair iCUE H150i was used as a comparison.

A breakthrough in the PC world?  You haven't seen such quiet cooling

And what do the results look like? Very good! The tested prototype offers approximately 7°C lower temperatures, but with better operating culture, when it comes to games. In the case of Cinebench R23 at the same temperature, the result is 36,719 points for Corsair and 36,272 points for Wieland.

Of course, this is only a prototype and the final design may still differ significantly. Roman himself pointed out that the radiator area near the reservoirs has slots that lower the air pressure. However, the lack of a pump means lower production costs and fewer components that may fail over time.

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