Items tagged with water cooling

Here we go again, starting up your day with a taste of what the hardware world has to offer.   This morning we've got the spectrum covered from motherboards to power supplies and water cooling.  Top that of with some Doom3 benchmarking and the fun real gets going!  So let's jump in shall we? ECS PF1 Deluxe Photon Motherboard review @ Tweaktown: "We are taking a little flash-back today as we look at the year old ECS PF1 Deluxe Photon Motherboard. We've seen attempts in the past from ECS to make it big in leagues besides OEM and watched them fail. How does the this ECS Springdale motherboard fair against some of the biggest names in the enthusiast motherboard business?... Read more...
Good afternoon friends, N.J. here with another shot of Juice.  Things around the Canadian portion of the HH labs have been extremely hectic over the past few days.  With good things brewing at the day job and a GF dealing with a serious case of allergies, I have been stretched fairly thin.  However, there is always time to hook up my brothers and sisters with some juice... Cooler Master Wavemaster Case Review @ ClubOC "Matt has just wrapped up a sweet review on one of the nicest ATX enclosures I have ever seen, the Cooler Master Wavemaster. This solid aluminum beauty was one of  the best case I saw at the Las Vegas Comdex last year. Needless to say I've been wanting one... Read more...
Good Evening Folks! Just in case you missed it, we've just posted a review of Asetek's new Antarctica WaterChill water cooling kit. We ran the WaterChill with its fans operating in both 12V (high-performance) and 7V (low-noise) modes, and compared its performance to Intel's stock P4 cooler and Thermalright's excellent SLK948U throughout. We know Asetek's Vapochill does a great job of cooling a CPU, but how does the WaterChill perform? Click here to find out!... Read more...
  Water cooling is becoming increasingly more popular amongst hardcore overclockers.  Not only does water cooling provide the utmost in cooling potential, short of refrigeration, but it can also quiet things down significantly.  With today's processors producing upwards of 100 Watts of heat energy, cooling them down has becomes a difficult task.  Demand for high-performance cooling solutions has increased greatly, and certain so-called "extreme" cooling solutions are now becoming more mainstream.  Even your "average Joe" in the computer world is looking into water cooling as a effective method of cooling down their processors.  With the already... Read more...
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