Just mount it and you are cool
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 24, 2006 - 12:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Think Computers reviews the G-Cooler Liquid CPU Cooler. It is a closed loop when it arrives, you need not play with tubing or filling the reservoir, just mount it to your processor, and the radiator to the case where you would normally put an 80mm exhaust fan.
'Water/Liquid cooling is becoming more and more mainstream; at one time it was only the hardcore
enthusiast that was water cooling their computers, now anyone can do it cheaply and easily. Liquid
cooling come in many shapes and sizes, you can get pre-made systems that can take an hour or more
to assemble with all sorts of various parts, and you can get easy all-in-one cooling systems that
basically just pop in and go. Today for review I have one of the all-in-one systems called the
G-Cooler, it is basically just a CPU block, rad and pump with some very short hoses, it is fully
assembled, all you have to do it mount it in your computer and power it on. Let's take a look at
it and see if it is worth our time...'
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
CASES & COOLING
- Closer to silence @ Dan's
- Aerocool XFire
Cooler @ Pro-Clockers
- Swiftech MCR-320
"Quiet Power" Series Radiator @ OCIA.net
- Jing Ting Force
Chipset Cooler @ GideonTech.com
- Coolermaster Susurro @ Rbmods
- Spire CF450B0 CoolGate
CPU Cooler Review @ MVKTech
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