Thermaltake Aquarius III WaterCooling Kit

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 10, 2004 - 08:42 PM |
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Modsynergy takes their turn at the Thermaltake Aquarius III Watercooling kit.


There are many ways of cooling your processor. First, there is air-cooling, which
is the most common approach. Second, there is Peltier-cooling, which is not commonly
used yet because it requires massive power. Third, we have water cooling used
extensively by the overclocking and computer enthusiast crowd. Water-cooling has
gained popularity and looks to become mainstream soon, for even non-computer geeks
have been talking about it lately. PC World mentioned it and if PC World writes about
it, you know it's catching on.

Source: ModSynergy
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