The ice have it?
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 16, 2005 - 04:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PrimoChill's PC Ice is a liquid coolant that is touted as a better cooler than water, which is supposed to be both non-conductive and to lubricate your water pump as it moves through your system. Head over to Think Computers to see how it performed.
Quote: 'I've been into liquid and water cooling for almost a year now, you may think that that isn't a long time, but trust me it is. I've learned A LOT in that short amount of time about the various aspects of liquid cooling. I've used plain water, water with additives, and alternative liquids for cooling. Being in the review 'business' I find I need cooling solutions that are far superior to stock and even after market air cooling. With many reviews I have found myself overclocking my CPU, which of course generates a lot of heat and stock cooling just will not let me do what I need to do. In all my trials and errors I have found water is the best for cooling, there are a few companies out there that make alternatives to water and today I will be looking at one of them. PrimoChill's PC Ice from Voyeurmods is what is on the testing/review block today.'
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- MGE XG Dragon Case Review @ OCC
- Titan TTC-K8ATB/825/SC Athlon64 Heatsink @ Frostytech.com
- Antec Super Lanboy Aluminum ATX Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews.net
- Water addictives, Water Wetter & Super Coolant @ A1 Electronics
- Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro @ InsaneTek
- Evercool K803-925CA HSF @ Overclockers Online