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Evercool WC202, Water Cooling for Anyone
By: Cyd
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    Table of Contents:
  • Evercool WC202, Water Cooling for Anyone
  • Inside the Box
  • Unpacking and Explaining the Kit Pieces
  • The Water Cooler Display
  • The Water Cooler Unit
  • Using the Tubes and Accessories
  • Installing the Water Cooler
  • Testing Temperatures with the Evercool Water Cooler
  • Conclusions

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    Evercool WC202, Water Cooling for Anyone - Unpacking and Explaining the Kit Pieces

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    I'll show a few pictures so you can get an overall view of everything that comes in the box, but keep in mind that I'll also be going over most things as they come up in the installation process.

    The top picture shows 2x short tubes and 3x long tubes. The one long tube is separated from the others because it has a built-in water flow indicator. Also pictured are some extra rubber seals, screws, and a small tube of thermal grease.

    The second picture features the GPU waterblock and it's connectors as well as a small tool which I'll cover later. The final picture shows the CPU waterblock, the two different mounting brackets which accommodate the various processors listed in the specs, and the other mounting hardware.

    Also in the kit were the antifreeze and the manual, which featured not only well worded descriptions of the installation process but also many color photos.

    Having color photos is immensely helpful, especially for first timers, which is who this product is especially good for.

    Next up is the external radiator, which is to be installed in you case's rear 80mm fan port.

    The setup is fairly well constructed and thought out. The radiator's only visible trouble is that it requires an 80mm fan port, and it has no adaptors for other fan port sizes. Though most popular cases feature at least one if not two 80mm fan ports, there are a hefty number of cases that have either two 60mm fan ports or a single 90mm or 120mm. Just do a quick check of your fan port sizes before buying the cooler.

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