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starchild

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« on: August 24, 2003, 11:45:55 PM »

Opinions please:kinda expensive,good for both types of cpu's :)


The Hydrocool 200 is a fully contained, highly efficient external water cooling unit
for performance personal computers.

HydroCool 200 is capable of removing up to 200 Watts of dissipated power from your computer eliminating the need for loud and expensive heat sinks and fans. The core of the Hydrocool 200 is a patented copper cooling block from
Delphi Thermal Systems. This cooling block is easily attached to both the Pentium 4 processor from Intel and the Athlon XP and MP processors from AMD.
Laboratory testing shows the Hydrocool 200 outperforms all other turnkey water-cooling products for PCs currently on the market.

Features:

- Extracts up to 200W of heat from a PC CPU
- Included CPU water block fits both P4 and Athlon CPU's
- Rugged high reliability 12V in line pump
- Visual flow meter confirms water flow
- external, self-contained unit
- Non-drip quick connect hoses
- High efficiency water block and heat exchanger gives RSA rating of 0.13

Compatibility:

Included CPU water block fits both P4 and Athlon CPU's

Package Contents:

- Hydrocool 200 external cooling unit
- CPU water block with tempurature monitor and retention brackets for AMD and Intel CPU's
- Interface and power control module with cables
- Quick connect clamps and tubing
- Thermal Grease
- 300ml coolant additive
- fill funnel
- operation manual

Dimensions and Weight:

Dimensions (mm) : 200(H) x 165(W) x 360(D)
Weight: N/A
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« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2003, 11:50:56 PM »

By the way,my own custom case doesn't have a whole lot of room for internal w/cooling that's why this one caught my eye :roll:
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