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Asetek Waterchill CPU Power Kit Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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    Table of Contents:
  • Asetek Waterchill CPU Power Kit Review
  • Components
  • Installation
  • Final Preparations
  • Results
  • Pros and Cons of the CPU Power Kit

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    You're interested in water cooling your system because you know you can get better overclocking performance from water cooling than from air cooling. You'd like to be able to get all the components in one place, however. Asetek understands how you think, and has come out with a Waterchill CPU Power Kit to answer that need. Mike Mackenzie checks it out to see whether it really performs as advertised.


    Water cooling your computer system is a great way to cool the processors in your computer. Water cooling allows the user to remove heat from the system as it is created, allowing for amazing temperatures compared to even the best air cooling solutions available. Most watercooling kits also offer enough cooling performance to allow the user to overclock their systems while maintaining very low processor temperatures.

    Asetek has been a leading maker of custom watercooling kits with their Waterchill series. Waterchill kits offer high end water-based processor cooling with the broadest hardware compatibility; superior components and build quality; application flexibility, with a wide range of radiators and pumps to choose from; and the ability to cool chipsets, graphics processors and hard drives all within one complete system.

    Today we have an Asetek Waterchill CPU Power Kit, which includes an Antarctica CPU block with lids for all popular CPU sockets, a very large, triple 120mm fan, radiator and 900 L/hr pump. In short, it has everything you will need to run a very cool, highly overclocked CPU.

    Asetek packaging is much better than the standard brown box. Soft foam protects all components inside during shipping.

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