Random Cooling Reviews & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 21, 2005 - 04:54 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Not too much on the watercooling forefront this week, but don't let that stop you from checking out SystemCoolings review of the ThermalTake BigWater 12cm kit. Easy to install and keep running, acceptable performance, and a nice blue glow.
Following up, a pair of reviews in 3 caegories, VGA cooling, HDD cooling and laptop cooling, to help keep your VGAcard overclocked, your Raptors from igniting and your little soldiers from being broiled.
"Until recently water cooling was the domain of the hardcore. But with Intel's latest CPU's turning PC's into toaster ovens, and darn near everyone looking to get more speed via overclocking, it is becoming an option for more and more people. To be able to achieve common status with the general enthusiast crowd, a water cooling system must be simple to install, easy to operate and effective at cooling the processor. If it can add to those general requirements by looking good and being able to run quiet, then you've got a winner. Today, we'll take a look at the latest water cooling kit from Thermaltake and see just how it measures up to those guidelines."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 VGA Cooler @ Phoronix
Zalman VF700-AlCu VGA Cooler @ Neoseeker
Kingwin Ultra Cool Laptop Cooler @ ClubOC
Spire PacificBreeze II Notebook Cooler review@ pc-base.net
Silverstone SST-FP53 HDD Cooler @ The Moditory
Coolermaster CoolDrive 5 Hard Drive Cooler @ ExtremeMHz