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Old 27th November 2004, 14:31   #1
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Many of us in the computer playground know and worry about the damaging effects heat can have on hardware. Whether causing instability and/or decreasing the hardware’s lifetime, excess heat is something that most of us want to combat. The ever increasing weapon of choice in the enthusiast arena has been watercooling. It’s allowed users to squeeze those extra MHz out of their CPU’s and GPU’s, but at the same time keep them cool, quiet and preserve their life expectancy. But benefits of watercooling don’t have to extend only to processor, hard drives can also benefit greatly. In today’s review will be taking a look at asetek’s 3.5” bay hard drive cooler. Will its looks, ease of installation and most importantly performance be a worthy addition to your watercooling?

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