Asetek Antarctica cpu block review

@ 2004/07/28
Let me ask you this. Remember when a water block was nothing more then a hunk of copper (or even worse, aluminum) with a few haphazard channels to create some excuse for water flow? If memory serves correct, weren’t they also ugly as sin. It’s safe to say that water block technology has come a long way in its somewhat short life. Blocks are available in damn near any size, shape, color and don’t forget molecular make-up (thanks again Cathar for the Cascade SS). With that in mind, today we are looking at Aseteks latest CPU cooler, the Antarctica

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