|jmke ||23rd February 2009 17:45 |
OCZ HydroFlow Waterblock Review
For better or for worse, OCZ has always been one of the more adventurous companies to service the needs of the enthusiast. While other companies focused solely on producing memory, OCZ had already begun their simple forays into cooling, and power supplies. Today, their lines extend out to a few, slightly more exotic locations, namely pre-built phase change cooling, and even a neural interfacing device. Yet, as with any company that does not specialize in these exploratory fields, OCZ's alternate products remain a niche interest. In this spirit, we're looking at their HydroFlow waterblock - the company's first step towards a performance liquid cooling solution. If OCZ's reputation as a memory manufacturer has anything to do with this little waterblock, then there's plenty in store for us. Let's get wet, intrepid readers. http://www.virtual-hideout.net/revie...ow/index.shtml
|jmke ||23rd February 2009 17:47 |
that test setup is lacking in detail... seriously who would use a radiator and pump which undermines a water block that much that even a simple air cooler like CNPS9300 AT is better?
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