Seasonic S12 430watt Silent PSU

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 2, 2005 - 12:55 PM |
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For those of you, to whom the name Seasonic is new, here's a quick intro from the Seasonic USA website.

"Seasonic USA was established in 2002 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sea Sonic Electronics Co. Ltd., in Taiwan, to develop retail channels and to grow Seasonic as a premier retail brand in the US and Canada.

Cooling Solutions for 2005

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 2, 2005 - 12:18 PM |
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3R Systems Poseidon WCL-03 120cu WaterCooling Kit

Quote: "Ever since I got my first water cooling kit I have been hooked on it, air cooling is just no longer an option for me. Today I will be looking at a kit that will be familiar to those of you who have been browsing around this page for awhile.

OCZ PowerStream 600watt PSU

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 21, 2004 - 01:17 PM |
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The OCZ PowerStream power supply family offers the quietest, most versatile and adaptable PSU available today. The PowerStream PSU family comes in 420W, 520W and 600W configurations; they are the ideal solution to your computer power needs. With its universal ConnectAll™ connector, the PowerStream power supply offers all-in-one connectivity.

Source: 3DCenter

ThermalTake Aquarius III Watercooling Kit

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 18, 2004 - 11:50 PM |
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For those of you looking into watercooling, you might want to check out a review of the ThermalTake Aquarrius 3 watercooling kit. You can find it over at PimpedOutCases.net

" The Aquarius III is a unique little unit. The previous Aquarius models
were a series of parts one had to install into their PC case, including a separate water block, reservoir/pump combination, and radiator. They
took quite a time investment to install properly and effectively.

CoolerMaster gets into watercooling & More

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 17, 2004 - 08:37 AM |
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The Aquagate from CoolerMaster that OCTools reviews one of the few watercooling related links I found this week.  To fill the rest up you have 2 air coolers and a run of nice looking cases.  I'll be back in January, so to all I wish a Merry Christmas & happy New Year, and to the rest, enjoy your Hanukkah,

Kwanzaa, O Shohgatsu, Diwali, Soyal, Tongji or Winter Solstice!


"The Cooler Master Aquagate Liquid Cooling System is
Source: OCTools

Stocking Stuffers for Overclocker's & More

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 16, 2004 - 09:04 AM |
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AeroCool is offering a snazzy front panel with fan control, LED temperature readout, a Card reader, even SATA connections.  Read all about it at Club OC.  If a silently cooled video card, or a chillin' hard drive is more your style, read on to see what's new.

"The Cool Panel is a UNIVERSAL controller which means it will work with any computers system out there, as long as the system actually has USB, SATA and so on...

Source: Club OC

Huge heavy heatsinks having heatpipes & More

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 15, 2004 - 08:36 AM |
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Today bigger is better in the eyes of mainstream air cooled heatsinks.  With the heat generated by the Prescott's, and to a lesser degree, the A64 series, I can certainly understand why.  Overclockers Austraila looks at 5 of the biggest, baddest coolers out there, so pick which one to put in your stocking.

"OCAU looked at five coolers for P4 CPUs, in the "this is getting silly" size range.

A case with it all & More

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 13, 2004 - 08:41 AM |
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Silverstone is now designing special heatsinks designed to keep the noise down in their new upside down case, and it comes with a windtunnel too.  SilentPCReview looks, and listens to see how good this case is.

"The flagship model from Silverstone is a tall mid-tower aluminum-steel hybrid with a host of unique features: Upside down mounting of the motherboard, a "wind tunnel" duct that directs the airflow of two 120mm fans in push-pull mode across the CPU area, separate thermal zones, a hinged front bezel, etc.

Watercooling, now in premade and DIY

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 10, 2004 - 08:38 AM |
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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 kin

Source: Club OC

Air cooled CPU's, GPU's and Northbridges & More

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 8, 2004 - 10:13 AM |
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Heatsinks are growing in size at an unbelievable rate, just check out this Zalman that Systemcooling just reviewed.  If you are happy with the cooling on your CPU, maybe your HDD's, RAM or graphics card could chill a bit.

"The CNPS-7700 Cu is Zalman's latest (and largest) addition to their line of radial coolers. This monster measures 5 3/8"/136mm in diameter, and stands 2 5/8"/67mm tall yet masses only 2.0lbs./0.91kg.