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Fan cooling requires heat to be expelled from an exhaust vent. However this same vent is also a doorway for dust, causing detriment to your device and overall experience as it accumulates. On top of that, fan cooling is a noisy affair and can be quite distracting.
Liquid Cooling Is Better
Acer Liquid Loop is a liquid cooling system that expels heat without whirling fans or exhaust vents. As a result, you won’t need to worry about dust accumulation and noise.
DREAMING IT UP
It all starts with brainstorming sessions where our engineers vet through a multitude of cooling systems and methods to gauge which ones will offer the best user experiences.
TESTING THEM OUT
After narrowing down the candidates, our engineers created computer models of these cooling systems to simulate their performance and test their feasibility.
LEARNING & IMPROVING
During testing, our engineers discovered what worked and what didn’t, and gained valuable insight into what’s best for our users.
OBSERVING & REVIEWING
The next step involved in-depth thermal and infrared testing to fine-tune performance before prototyping.
TESTING OUR RESULTS
Finally, a prototype is created for testing the chosen system, in this case a liquid cooling system, in real-life conditions and environments.
How does LiquidLoop™ work?
1. Acer LiquidLoop™ transfers heat from the CPU to the heat pipe via a thermal conductor. 2. The heat pipe then generates a single direction, two phase flow of liquid. 3. Heat is dissipated through a continual process of evaporation and condensation of the liquid.