A watercooler built for two

Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 3, 2006 - 04:13 PM |

Thermaltake comes to the rescue of overheating SLI rigs with the Tide Water Plus kit.  PC Modding Malaysia reviews this kit that was designed specifically for rigs with 2 video cards.  Read on to see if it is superior to jury-rigging your own.

If you are in the need of a futuristic case, then Bob's review of the newest case from NZXT should be right up your alley.

"All in all, the Tide Water Plus water cooling solution is yet another ingenious dual GPU cooling

solution by Thermaltake. The all in one unit comes pre-assembled with integrated copper radiator,

pump, reservoir and an adjustable blower. We were also impressed to see that Thermaltake used

premium quality components to build the unit and the system requires zero maintenance for the

first 417 days, which means you'll probably upgrade your graphics cards even before refilling the

water cooling unit. The package was also complete and the cooler supports a wide range of

graphics card including the latest from ATi and NVIDIA."

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