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.
- No Pentium 4 heat sink clips
Rating - 9/10
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- Ice Berg 1 - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 2 [Specifications]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 3 [Packaging]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 4 [What's Included In-Depth]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 5 [Installation]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 6 [Test System and Benchmarks]
- Ice Berg 1 - Page 7 [Conclusion]
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