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Old 21st September 2003, 23:11   #1
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DUR0N takes a look at the DATACOOLER DWC-A1 budget water cooling setup, made to fit in one 5.25" bay. Comparing in to an updated version of the Coolermaster Aero 7 (the Aero 7+) to see just how good and silent water cooling can be!
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Old 22nd September 2003, 17:14   #2
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I have read another review on this product and found that the conclusion is very different from this review. I was wondering was the CPU OC'ed cuz it was never mentioned. I suspected it is because u said u r running 1700XP but at 2250mhz. Well the other review stated that the channel in the water block wasnt large enough to get sufficient cooling and a stock air block cools it better. Here is the review http://www.pcextreme.net/dwc-a1.php
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Thanks you for your comment and the comparative link!

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I was wondering was the CPU OC'ed cuz it was never mentioned.
it is mentioned..

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"Athlon XP JIUHB 1700+ @2250mhz (1.85v vcore)"
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I was using the unit outside of any casing, so all air that went trought the rad had the chanse to get away in all directions.
maybe that's the answer.
dude in the other review has some mighty kewl tows i must admit
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How much and where can you buy it from?
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would depend on your location, around 150 here in .BE
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Not that cheap, but I'l mayb take a look at it.
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