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Ahanix Ice Berg 1 Water Cooling Kit - Conclusion

Enthusiasts have always tried to cool their system as much as possible. But cooling usually came with a cost; it was hard to maintain a quiet system while keeping your system extremely cool. With the coming of water cooling, though, users can have extremely cool computers system that doesn't sound like a jet engine. Today we check out one water cooling solution from Ahanix namely in the Ice Berg 1 water cooling kit!

| CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Aug 27, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Ahanix

Conclusion

 

It seems that we may have found the solution to a problem we have been challenging for years. It is possible to have great performance without having a loud computer. The solution is the Ice Berg I water cooling kit.

 

Though many other water coolers on the market may have performed much better than this kit, there is one thing you should remember. This is considered a budget water cooling kit and is only a mere $99 USD over at Exoticpc

 

. This is a steal for any of those out there that want great cooling, low noise levels but do not want to drill a hole in your pocket.

 

Finally we would like to thank Peter Kim over at Exoticpc for providing us with this sample for review.

 

- Pros

 

Extremely quiet

 

Good performance

 

Great price

 

- Cons

 

- No Pentium 4 heat sink clips

 

Rating - 9/10

 

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