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Comserver Water Cooling Unit Review
By: Memphist0
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    2003-10-17

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  • Comserver Water Cooling Unit Review
  • Specifications
  • Installation
  • Performance
  • Conclusion

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    Haven't heard of Comserver before? That's not a big surprise.  Comserver has just recently begun marketing performance cooling solutions to hardware enthusiast and overclockers like us. In fact it was only a few months ago that I began to hear people first talking about the Comserver Water Cooling Unit. Comserver appears to be going for the same market Koolance and Corsair have been operating.  The Comserver Water Cooling Unit, similar to the ones from Koolance and Corsair, is an external unit designed for easy installation into (onto) any personal computer. So let's take a look on what Comserver has put together and see how it performs.


     

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    Haven't heard of Comserver before?  That's not a big surprise.  Comserver has just recently begun marketing performance cooling solutions to hardware enthusiast and overclockers like us.  In fact it was only a few months ago that I began to hear people first talking about the Comserver Water Cooling Unit.  Comserver appears to be going for the same market Koolance and Corsair have been operating.  The Comserver Water Cooling Unit, similar to the ones from Koolance and Corsair, is an external unit designed for easy installation into (onto) any personal computer.  So let's take a look on what Comserver has put together and see how it performs.

    The cooling unit comes very well secured inside of a custom cut piece of Styrofoam.  It looks to provide enough protection even from the most abusive delivery person.

     The water block, however, was not packed nearly as well.  It was in a large anti-static bag and placed on top of the tubing cut out shown in the previous picture.  The Styrofoam packing probably prevents any damage from happening to the water block.  However, it would have been nice to see a protective coating over the base of the water block to prevent any gouges from been put into the soft copper.  Speaking of the core, upon arrival it looked like it was used.  It was confirmed with the supplier it was a new water block, but as you can see below in the fourth picture it was heavily oxidized with a number of fingerprints on the base.  I do not believe that this would strongly impact performance it was definitely disappointing to see a new unit showing such signs of use.

         

    The following pictures are of the Comserver Water Cooling Unit from various angles and several shots from the internal pieces of the standalone unit.  Descriptions of what you are seeing are in the Specifications section.

         

         

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