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Old 12th March 2003, 22:25   #1
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Water-X CPU Water Cooler

I purchased a water x-cpu water cooler from 1COOLPC and installed on my amd 2100 athlon. I sometimes have a high room temperature that my computer has to operate in so I wanted some enhanced cooling and the water x looked like it might be a good answer. The water x appears to have been designed very professionally and looks to be built very well compared to other coolers I have tested. At this time I have only limited experience with the water x unit but it runs very quiet and holds temp very well. After only a week and one half of use my water-x had a major malfunction and had to be replaced. A-Pros Eddie Lin and 1COOLPCs Bart Lane came to my rescue in the toughest of situations standing behind the water-x cooler 200%. I was very impressed by the support service for the water-x cooler. In my opinion water-x, A-PRO, and 1COOLPC deserve awards for their customer service. I would not hesitate to recommend the water-x cooler or 1COOLPC or A-Pro. I am sure the replacement water-x unit will be just fine and I know their reps are very reliable and honest.
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Old 12th March 2003, 22:37   #2
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I've read some reviews, the performance doesn't justify its high price

an XP1700+ with 1.75v was running near to 60C under load!
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Old 13th March 2003, 00:53   #3
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I recently bought a water-x cpu cooler from 1COOLPC.
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Old 13th March 2003, 00:56   #4
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and, results pls
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Old 13th March 2003, 01:10   #5
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And the results are I found the water-x unit very stable and the suppliers of the water-x unit to be extremely helpful.
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Old 13th March 2003, 01:47   #6
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Further, the unit ran quietly and managed very stable temperature load configuation. 1 coolpc and A-Pro the suppliers of water-x were extremely customer service intensive. I would not hesitate to recommend the water-x unit to any serious computer user.
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I would not hesitate to recommend the water-x unit to any serious computer user.
it performs worse then a SLK800 (alot worse) and costs more

how would you recommend such device?
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Old 13th March 2003, 16:02   #8
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it performs worse then a SLK800 (alot worse) and costs more

how would you recommend such device?
Reply; jmke I have never tested a slk800 but I have tested many other cpu coolers and found the water-x to run a very stable temperature range even under heavy load. It cooled my xp 2100 very fine under extreme temperature conditions. Many times real world conditions provide different results than labratory testing. An AMD 2100 or 2200 chip is the hottest running chip AMD makes running as much as 95c and under these extreme ranges the water-x held a stable and usable temp profile. Any heatsink performs well in a freezer but in real room temperatures the results can vary widely.
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Old 13th March 2003, 16:06   #9
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give us your temps, then we'll talk
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Old 13th March 2003, 16:08   #10
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room temp: 21C
CPU loaded temp: 29C

Athlon XP running at 2000Mhz with 1.95v vcore.

that's what I mean by good aircooling

in the newslink.. if the site comes up again.. you could find a review of the mentioned product. It didn't do very well
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