The edgy-looking gaming tower boasts overclockable power, yet stays cool, thanks to Asetek’s liquid cooling. Asetek’s liquid cooling system functions in a similar way to a car radiator.
Asetek explains that liquid wicks heat from an area and transports performance-robbing heat to a heat exchanger.
Traditionally, liquid cooling was a complex technology that involves fluid, tubing, and blocks. The downside of this is maintenance.
Asetek’s solution, on the other hand, uses a closed loop cooler that makes liquid cooling reliable, and most importantly, without sacrificing performance.
Higher CPU cooling performance means better gaming performance, better acoustics and better durability of components.
The Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower is the first product that features Asetek technology that Lenovo is bringing to market.
The gaming tower is powered by up to a 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700K processor; up to 32GB overclockable DDR4 Corsair RAM; 512GB x 2PCIe SSD RAID 0 or 512GB PCIe SSD + 4TB SATA HDD storage options and up to 625W PSU.
The tower has Oculus-certified hardware, and includes HDMI, USB 3.0 ports; 2×2 WiFi 802.11ac; Killer DoubleShot Pro WiFi; 10/100/1000M Killer DoubleShot Pro LAN; Bluetooth 4.0; and Dolby Atmos audio.
The Lenovo Legion Y920 runs Windows 10 Pro or Home.
Pricing and availability
In EMEA, the new Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower with optional liquid cooling will be available starting at EUR2,399/MYR12,111 (VAT included) in October 2017.
No word on when or if the cool gaming tower will hit the Malaysian market.
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