British start-up enters high-performance computing market with water-cooled PC

Versarien plc has unveiled its own brand of advanced computer platforms as the company looks to introduce a product line of world-class, water-cooled PCs. According to the company the new VersarienPC family is able to offer a number of operational advantages when compared to conventional fan-cooled products including: greater processing power, higher reliability and quieter running.

The initial offering – the VPC Type-001 – delivers speeds of up to 4.6GHz through a state-of-the-art Intel Core microprocessor.

Thanks to the success of its VersarienCu heat transfer material (which is up to 10x more effective than conventional heat removal systems), Versarien is forecast to have a disruptive impact on modern PC architecture. 

The company has wone a number of awards, receiving a series of high-profile accolades (such as the UKTI Start-Up Games Winner, the MWP Advanced Manufacturing and HP Smart Business Awards) and its rapid progress was made clear when earlier this year it floated on the AIM submarket of the London Stock Exchange. Building on these achievements, it is now keen to climb up the value chain by directly serving the computing sector.

“The release of the VersarienPC range represents an exciting new phase in the company’s progression,” states Neill Ricketts, CEO and Founder of Versarien plc. “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.”


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