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Old 19th January 2003, 19:47   #1
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how would this work, looks rather special!
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Weight : 485g
Operating Temp : -10oc
Storage Temp : -20oc
Thermal Resistance : 0.18oc/W
Fan size : 60x60x10mm
Air Flow : 26.56cfm
5000rpm, 36dBa, 0.52A

This is a rather interesting water cooling concept for Pentium 4 processors as it works without external pipes or pump. It is touted to setup as easy as an normal air cooler but performs like a water cooler.
Noisy, but temps and thermal resistance is awesome!

Looking forward too some tests.
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just specs or what?
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