Watercooling, now in premade and DIY
Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 10, 2004 - 11:38 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Danger Den is a very well known watercooling company, and their TDX series shows why. Club Overclocker takes you through the performance of a socket 939 cooler. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, why not build your own heatcore. Enjoy the weekend!
"Some people think that water cooling can be dangerous, hard to put together, and unreliable, but Danger Den has been active in the water cooled PC market for years, and speaking from personal experience I have yet to experience any kind of failure from a product they have either manufactured or carried over the course of 5 years. Starting from the first design of the Maze waterblock, Danger Den has continuously sought after improving its efficiency year after year, and now has become known as the TDX. Sure a few months back we tested a TDX of the Pentium 4 variety, but we're here today to relive the glory of the TDX on a Socket 939."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- 1A-Cooling SET-5Z280V1 Water Cooling Kit @ systemcooling
- Swiftech H20-120-64 Review @ cluboc.net
- Koolance PC3-720 Professional Series Water-Cooling Case @ PimpRig
- DIY Heatcore: Inexpensive & Great Performance @ ocmodshop
- Presentation of MonoBlocks technology @ oclabs