Evercool WC202, Water Cooling for Anyone - The Water Cooler Display
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Now on to the main attraction, the all-in-one drivebay reservoir, pump, and radiator.
On the front you'll notice a digital display, a fan controller knob, and the water fill spout. The water fill spout doubles as a water level indicator as well; the front is clear with markings that show when you need to add water to bring the reservoir to the full line. The knob turns slowly and smoothly with a bit of resistance, rather than spinning quickly and freely which often feels a bit cheap. The plug in the water spout is a hard white plastic, and inside the spout their is an included rubber gasket to seal things well. The main display can either show the internal fan's RPM's or the temperature (in Fahrenheit or Celcius) of the included temp sensor, which should likely be placed on the CPU waterblock.
On the left side of the display, you'll see the external fan monitor. You can set a temperature for the fan to switch from low to high RPM automatically. The default, and lowest, is 40°C. During normal operation, the animation looks like the fan is spinning, if it stops or malfunctions, the fan will simply blink on and off.
On the right side of the display you can see whether your reading temps in C or F, and the same type of animation for the water pump. If there is a malfunction, not only will it blink instead of spinning, it will also emit a continous alarm.
The top of the unit shows the internal fan grill as well as some instructions on how to bleed air bubbles from the unit once you have everything connected.
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