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Review : Koolance PC2-601 & CPU-200 Watercooling

Posted on Thursday, October 17 2002 @ 12:54:20 CEST by

AMDZone has reviewed the Koolance PC2-601 & CPU-200 Watercooling :
As CPU speeds rise the heat radiated from them also increases. While the easy solution is to buy a large copper heatsink with a sizeable fan the downside is a loud computer. Try doing this with a dual CPU system and the noise increases. To combat this many are turning to alternative cooling systems, and among the options water cooling is becoming more and more popular.

Today we look at the Koolance PC2-601 water cooling system based on the Antec SX1040 server case. This test system was provided by Directron down Hwy 71 from us in Houston Texas. They carry a wide array of computer components so check out their site. Let's take a look at the PC2-601 and how Koolance has chosen to implement their cooling system.

Review Link : AMDZone



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