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Old 25th May, 2003, 03:58 PM
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Comserve, Wadda Ya Think?

Check out this article about a new manufacture on the water cooling front. It's in the olde USA, Comserver. I can't find anything about them yet, I'll keep digging. I don't know were they will be available yet, either, sorry, just drool along with me for now, OK?

Check it out, looks pretty 'cool' hehehehe.

http://www.systemcooling.com/images/...Web/image5.jpg
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Old 25th May, 2003, 05:33 PM
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Seems like a pretty good set up, cant wait till to see some results on it.
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Sorry UB, but i will have to see some results first... those look pretty cheaply made... Thats a $20 odd pump. $20 odd aluminum single pass radiator, and a copperblock spiral block around $40. This would probably be good for a starter in watercooling, but the setup you have now is much better.

 

And those last 2 pics arent the same as above?

Edit- NVM- i read that artical, mabey i spoke to soon.

But i also remember reading over a bit-tech forums a project log that looks VERY similar to the top secret project, and the forum idea was done way back before this artical was published... 
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It is obviously a starter kit, but I think it is a growing market and for those who don't want to do anything but polug and pray, this might be capable of plug and play. It is all preliminary so I'm from Missouri don'tcha know!
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Have you seen corsair's watercooler?
Theres a GREAT review at oc!
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Old 26th May, 2003, 04:16 AM
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Yes I have, now that's not an entry level machine there, no sir!
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Have a link? to the Cosair?
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http://www.overclockers.com/articles746/
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That looks good for getting watercooling into the mainstream for those who want silence not cooling pwoer for high end OCin

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dunno if I'm not allowed to post links in here? Just edit out if it isnt allowed.. but that water cooling kit is here

http://www.iceecomputers.com/index.htm?catalog.htm&1
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