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Old 2nd November 2004, 17:21   #1
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Default Processor Water Cooling Guide

After delving into the world of water cooling with our previous Corsair HydroCool200 review, I firsthand witnessed the superior cooling efficiency of liquid as compared to traditional forced-air heatsink coolers. However, I noticed some limitations after becoming better acquainted to the HydroCool over the months, like having to modify a new case each time I upgrade systems or the cutting the hoses when changing the mounting brackets for different processor sockets. In hopes of improving my water cooling experience, I set out to design and implement my own customized water cooler.
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