The core of the unit is its good looking CPU water block, made out of copper it promises good heat transfer. The bottom side is pretty smooth and using some high quality thermal compound you can provide very good contact between CPU and the water block.
The default top-cover has holes for both AMD/INTEL setups and for those AMD users who have a motherboard with capacitors close the socket they provide you with an alternative cover.
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The bottom of the CPU water block is protected with a thin film tape to prevent scratches as the material is very soft.Radiator
The 2nd vital element in this kit is the Radiator. They have chosen to include the Black Ice Pro which is known to deliver great performance while not being a gigantic in size. This Black Beauty has mounting holes both sides leaving you with the freedom of choice on how to install it.Fan
A Sunon KDE1212PMS3 120mm
fan delivers 83CFM at 32-34dba at 12v and with the possibility to run it at 7v is becomes inaudible.Pump/Reservoir and Control Unit
The driving force behind it all is the Control Units which powers the FAN and tells the pump when to start working.
The pump pushes out 700L/H and has enough power to make the water run at a reasonable speed through the tubes, the Pump get its water from the reservoir which is closely seated next to it. The reservoir opens without much hassle and makes filling up the system a breeze.
The fitting on every component in the kit are equipped with a push-in system for connecting the tubes. This makes installation very easy and removing them only requires that you push down the blue ring while pulling at the tubes.
The older WaterChill kit didn't have the push on fittings on the radiator but luckily this has been resolved:
The old fittings on the radiator
Picture kindly provided by James, taken from his review of the Asetek Waterchill V1
Now let's put it all together and see how it performs ->