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Koolance - 100% water-cooled case

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Posted 23 April 2001 - 01:37 AM


Anyone got a look at this yet? It looks good for the money and performance, so I'm ordering one when I get paid this week. I was worried about the noise that my new system could've had, as I'm moving from Intel to AMD, which would need a little more cooling, but not anymore!

There is a review over at www.hardocp.com - to get a feel for real-world performance.


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Posted 24 April 2001 - 10:54 PM

That is sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!!:D:D
I dont really see the need for water cooling, but that still sounds, and looks cool. I love my full-tower case, and the painting I did to it. Someday, I might get water cooling.
If you need it, from what Ive read, its pretty reasonable for that stuff, but Im guessing that's still pretty expenisve.:(
Heat be dammed, I'll overclock regarless. The Durons are said to operate up to 90-95 C 8) 8)

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Posted 25 April 2001 - 03:22 AM

It definitely "sounds cool", since the only fans in it are 3 50mm, which are thermally controlled, so they don't even run at 100% power unless you need them to.

If you read the review on [H], you'll notice that you can't get a complete H2O set-up, without a case, for this price, so it's definitely priced right.

I have never had my P!!! above 50C, adn I hope to keep my new TBird in a similar range with this case/set-up.

/continues waiting for my check...


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