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Koolance PC2-C Super Liquid Cooled Case Review

| Posted: Aug 20, 2002 5:21 am

MODTHEBOX! today looks at the Koolance PC2-C Super Liquid Cooled case.

The brain of the Koolance PC2-C Super Liquid Cooled Case is the inclusion of the Power Control Board. This PCB circuit is quite amazing and incorporates several useful features on one board. The main function of the Power Control Board is to power the fan cooling system, control the LED display and operate the pumps. The circuit has several components which include a built-in fan controller for up to 4 80mm fans, 12v pump relay for turning on the pumps when the system is powered, and a CPU temperature probe. One of the benefits of the Power Control Board is that it includes built-in safety features by the use of an ATX pass-through connector. Motherboard headers extend from this module and connect directly to a motherboard. By default the module is set to monitor CPU temperatures and will sound an alarm if the system reaches over 50°C (122°F). If the alarm sounds for more than 30 seconds with no response, power to the system will be automatically shut-off.
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