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| Posted: Jun 8, 2004 2:25 pm

- Swiftech H2O-8600 Liquid Cooling Kit

The guys at System Cooling are keeping up the good work with their latest review on Swiftech's H2O-8600 Liquid Cooling Kit, making it much easier for many who would like to opt for a water cooled setup, but don't know where to start. The kit provides you with everything you need to get you going, but how does it fair in comparison to a high-end air cooled setup? Read on to find out.

 


There are a couple of ways to go about outfitting your computer for water cooling. One is to cruise the forums like those here at Systemcooling and get opinions on the best water block, pump, radiator etc. Then you have to go to the various sites to order. Another way is to find a reputable manufacturer who can provide everything you need in a pre-designed kit. Swiftech has provided us with a sample of the latter, their new H2O-8600 Liquid Cooling Kit. As a semi-newb to water cooling, I'll give you an idea of just how easy it is to set this kit up and just how well it does at keeping a system cool. Bring on the water!

 


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- Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless Digital Camera @ DesignTechnica
- LG Super Multi DVD Writer GSA-4082B @ Hardware Zoom
- KCorp "Silver Series" Wireless Router @ Trusted Reviews
- Cooler master Centurion 5 Case @ Planet3DNow (Translated)

 

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