Well, what are the pro’s and the con’s for Koolance’s PC2-c? First of all, the noise! I really liked the silence when running my system on stock settings. Nothing to hear except for a little hum. The Athlon cpu’s are known to create quite a bit of heat and nevertheless temperatures never rose above 38°c which is not bad at all. Even when pumping the fsb up I never reached 45°!
When you use a “normal” computer setup with just a dvd and a cd-writer, and one or two harddisks, space will be no problem. Whenever you decide to add more peripherals to your system, a bigger case might be desirable, perhaps something like the pc2-601.
Although one cannot compare this system to a homemade one that pumps 700l per hour through a reservoir of 5 liters the cooling capacity is more than sufficient. This really is a must have for people who don’t feel like tinkering around to much but who want a quiet and well performing cooling solution.
Oh and I almost forgot to mention it: the case window on the pics is an add-on from the Loveno crew ;)
I hope you enjoyed this review and I’d like to thank Wim at Loveno
for making this review possible!
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