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Asetek Water Chill - Premium Water Cooling

Over the past couple of weeks we've been playing around with a premium water cooling kit courtesy of the folks at Asetek in Denmark. The Water Chill kit provides a means of cooling your processor, chipset and GPU in an effective, easy yet most importantly quiet manor through the use of water. Read on as we provide a thorough investigation of the Asetek Water Chill.

| CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Apr 10, 2005 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Asetek

 

Introduction

 

Water Cooling isn't something we pay much attention to and when we do see a kit it is usually quite basic...something that any real enthusiast wouldn't pay much attention to. Asetek on the other hand are one company that just about every enthusiast has heard about and if they hadn't heard of Asetek they would have heard of the highly popular "Vapochill".

 

Water Cooling is the step up from air cooling - it's usually quieter and more efficient so what else more could you ask for? Unfortunately most decent kits will set you back a few dollars and the Asetek Water Chill is no different. We will be having a look at the Water Chill today and all its little extras including GPU and Chipset blocks to show you how to justify one of these babies.

 

We will have a look at the components, setup of the unit and how we went with our overclocking before we get into the benchmarks. Read on and see why you should put some hard earned dollars into one of the best cooling solutions we have used before.

 

 

 

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