Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 10, 2004 - 08:39 PM | Ron Goldin
Man the Thermaltake reps have been busy. Many reviews lately, maybe more to come. A-1 Electronics performs some mods on their sample, adding some radiators and such.
" We now conclude our reviews on improving the cooling performance of the super
Thermaltake Aquarius III water cooled heatsink system.
Here we try fitting an additional radiator to the inside of the Thermaltake Aquarius
III cooling unit that you can buy easily at many computer parts suppliers and try
adding a dual 80mm fan size external radiator to the Thermaltake Aquarius III system
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 10, 2004 - 08:37 PM | Ron Goldin
X-Treme Modz has posted a look at the Polar Flo water blocks. Check out the performance they get as compared to a couple of air coolers, the Aerocool and the Gladiator 3.
"A year or so ago who would have thought that an unknown (to the PC world) machine shop in
Montana would be such a force in the PC water cooling market. Up until the last year if you
asked someone about water cooling hardware there were only a couple of names that came to mind,
boy has that changed..."
The first installment in the transformation of a Shuttle SB61G2 into a custom-designed and watercooled system. With every component watercooled and a custom-fabricated case, this system is sure to be anything but conventional.
Aerocool has just released a new version of their innovative Deep Impact heat pipe heatsink fan. The new DP-102 incorporates one large heat pipe to transfer heat away from the CPU base plate up to the round copper fins.
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