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ThermalTake Symphony H2O Kit Review

Posted on Thursday, July 21 2005 @ 13:31:53 CEST by LSDsmurf


The Overclocker Cafe' has posted their review of the Thermaltake Symphony. As a lot of you have seen, the Tt Symphony is an external water cooling kit whose cooling tower is a meter tall and has five 120mm fans in it. What a monster! Tim Allen must have been on the design team. See what the Overclocker Cafe' crew has to say about it. Here's a snip:
The cooling tower's look is one of a home entertainment system's oversized speaker. A solid aluminum frame and feel are broken up only by a black grilling on either side of the cooling tower. On one side beneath the grilling are five 120mm fans. Each fan has a reported operational rating of 1400 RPM and 16 dBA. I'm anxious to power the Symphony up to see exactly how quiet five 16 dBA fans truly are. On the opposite side you see the radiator that looks more like an oil cooler for a large truck.




Link: Overclockerscafe

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