Tom’s Hardware reported that the manufacturer Bykski recently launched a large external cooler with nine water-cooling fans B-1080-CEC-X, which needs to be placed outside the case, its size may be larger than some conventional cases.
The B-1080-CEC-X can be considered a dedicated portable cooling module with an array of 9 120mm fans. It is a complete cooling solution with a pre-installed pump, heat sink, and cooling tank. The only thing needed is a G1/4 connector, some coolant, and something to actually cool it.
Users can connect the product to the CPU or to the water-cooled cooler of the graphics card. In fact, it can do both, and users can scale up to 4 graphics cards, the product description says. It supports up to 2000W of “cooling power,” so there’s definitely room for some high-end desktop GPUs to run in a cluster. In fact, Bykski touts the product as being suitable for workstation computing stations, which can typically be equipped with more than four GPUs.
The size of this product is 42×48×14 cm, which exceeds many PCs with Mini-ITX or even Micro-ATX motherboards in size. It certainly solves the cooling problem, but it also requires a lot of space in itself.
Bykski’s external radiator is currently on sale in Japan, with a retail price of 72356 yen (about 3734 CNY).