Cooler Master AquaGate Mini R120 ReviewPosted on 2005-11-10 13:21:25 by LSDsmurf
No filling is required as the unit comes pre-filled. No cutting lengths of tubing either, it's pre-assembled. No fancy sensors or fiddly power connectors are required either, with the whole unit driven from a single 3-pin-fan connector, like a conventional heatsink's fan. If the performance of this unit is up to par, you'd have to say it's a compelling way to get liquid-cooling to the masses.
Link: Overclockers AU