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Evercool, Nighthawk & Titan watercooling Review

Posted on Friday, February 17 2006 @ 23:08:47 CET by LSDsmurf

As we all know, PCs are generating more heat as hardware makers continue with their clockspeed bumping and chipsets gain more transistor density. This is bad news for hardware enthusiasts and overclockers as this means less overclocking headroom and lifespan for their hardware. Since clockspeeds thrives on cooling (the colder it gets, the more stable clocks you can squeeze out of a system), the market for cooling gadgets catering to overclockers has grown. This has created a market for large heatsinks with humongous (often rackety) fans and novel phase change coolers (like those from Asetek and Cooler Express). Not to forget, watercooling..

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