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Old 10th September 2003, 22:43   #1
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Default COOLINK Typhoon Copper Liquid Block for S478 processors

BiCker installed this flashy looking water block on his P4 system and pushes his "virgin" 2.4Ghz (FSB533) to its limit!



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Heck, my 3 months sabbat is over... Time to start doing some reviews again!

The first victim of my reviewing skills will be the Cool Typhoon Copper Liquid Block (Water Block). This is a waterblock produced by Coolink
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Old 11th September 2003, 17:18   #2
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they say its in europe , their shop.

but i only seem to find US links, prices... on their shop.
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where do see that their shop is in Europe?

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Old 12th June 2004, 08:46   #4
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I can't believe they still make blocks based on such rather un-efficiënt designs...

Since there is no special mentioning about it, i bet the surface below the central inlet is flat too?
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You could enhance performance a bit by installing in the maze that copper 'rope' of Coolcases... Will add turbulence and help dissipate more...
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I can't believe they still make blocks based on such rather un-efficiënt designs...

Since there is no special mentioning about it, i bet the surface below the central inlet is flat too?
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at that time this block design was quite popular, look at the DangerDen Maze4 for example
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