Asetek's cool mid-range solution & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 4, 2005 - 11:27 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Asetek's VapoChill kit is famous, but a little too pricey for some. Their WaterChill system is aimed to be a little more affordable, but they don't give up the quality you expect. They've also incorporated a push-in setup for attaching tubing to the CPU cooler, and a HDD cooler. Read Overclockers Online's review here.
"Today OÂ² is presenting you an indepth look at Asetek's most powerful watercooling kit currently available: the Asetek WaterChill CPU Power Kit featuring the Antarctica waterblock and a black ice radiator that can handle a total of three 120mm fans! Powerful? You bet! We also tested Asetek's latest cooling block which is made to cool down your hard drive, so go ahead and check out our brand new article!"
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