Most liquid cooling users are a very eclectic bunch. The system configurations can range from cooling just the CPU to everything in between, from GPU to even hard drives. While liquid cooling the CPU is by far the most popular, it’s GPUs like the ATI HD 59xx and NVidia GTX 4xx products that signal the need for more aggressive cooling. That’s where Coolit System’s latest Omni A.L.C. GPU cooler can help. We saw it at CES 2010 up close, and now we’re going to get personal with it.
FULL STORY @ FUTURELOOKS (http://www.futurelooks.com/coolit-systems-omni-a-l-c-universal-gpu-cooling-system-review/)
"First, the "SCC" is much closer to a realized product as Intel has
started looking into markets that will benefit from this type of computing
power. Also, the architecture and design of the cores on the SCC are fully
functional x86 IA cores where as on the original 80-core test chip we were
simply looking at floating point processors."
FULL STORY @ PCPER (http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=825)