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Versarien launches water cooled pc

Engineering materials group Versarien is looking to enter the high performance computing market with its own brand of water cooled pcs.

The UK firm, which has been selected as a finalist at this year's British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs), says the VersarienPC family will offer significant operational advantages over conventional fan cooled products, including greater processing power, higher reliability and quieter running.

Versarien's first offering – the VPC Type-001 – packs an Intel Core i5 microprocessor, 2 x 4Gbyte of DDR3 1600MHz memory and a 500W supply to deliver speeds of up to 4.6GHz.

"The release of the VersarienPC range represents an exciting new phase in the company's progression," said company ceo and founder Neill Ricketts. "With these products we can show the effectiveness of our pioneering thermal management technology and its ability to boost performance while simultaneously extending operational lifespan.

"This means we can provide the market with computers that are more powerful, longer lasting and less noisy, and at their core rely on home grown British engineering expertise."

Laura Hopperton

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