Friday's Frigid Fluids Fare & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 11, 2004 - 12:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A look at 2 different, and powerful watercoolers. Xtreme Resources really gave their Flukes a workout, as there are a lot of temperature readings from key spots in the evaporator, as well as the temperature of air giong in and out. A True Review gives you another look at Fluid XP, and much more for you to discover. Unless you're just in a partyin' mood tonite...
"If you want the lowest temperatures you can get on a CPU as of now with a maximum heat load at or under 200 watts, the nVentiv Mach II GT is the low temperature leader even though the factory LCD display temperature readout is not showing correctly you still have a colder running unit. I see lots of good things in the asetek unit, like the great evaporator enclosure for one ... As of this review, the nNentiv Mach II GT takes the all out low temperature crown of CPU direct die compression phase change coolers as there are no present day CPUs that would exceed 200 watts even in an overclocked situation."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Asetek Antarctica WaterChill Review @ HotHardware
- Asetek WaterChill Antarctica @ Guru3D
- Fluid XP @ A True Review
- PCUSA Poseidon Water Cooling Kit Review @ Ascully.com
- Zalman Reserator 1 Fanless Water Cooler @ PimpRig
- Review XICE ExternalCool E900 Passive Watercooler @ hard-h2o.com
- Swiftech H2O-8600 Liquid Cooling Kit @ Systemcooling
- Kingwin TC-02S Thermal Center Review @ MODTHEBOX.COM