Get a first start in watercooling & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 7, 2005 - 11:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Jumping into watercooling doesn't mean you'll have to buy the tubing, reservoir, pump and blocks all seperately today, there are now many complete watercooling kits available, like the Evercool Kit that Overclockers Cafe reviews. Are you ready to make the jump into water?
"The Evercool WC-202 has a lot going for it to include universal CPU application, almost universal VGA application, trim clean looks on the exposed bezel, lots of copper pipes and fins throughout and all for about $100. Pricing is definitely fair and inline with Evercool's competitors. The con column was short. A non functional flow meter was a drag as was the difficulty reading the LCD display of the panel."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Swiftech MCP350 12 VDC Pump @ Systemcooling
- Evercool Mini Watercooler WC-301 Review @ PC Review
- Asetek Antarctica Socket 775 @ Rbmods
- Danger Den TDX Block @ Legit Reviews