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PC COOLING

Evercool WC202, Water Cooling for Anyone
By: Cyd
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    2005-09-07

    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 - The Water Cooler Unit


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    On the bottom of the unit you can see the all copper radiator fins.

    Also visible in the above picture are the different connections on the back. The power connector and on the right.

    You can see the water in and out ports, as well as the fan connector for the external radiator. You can see the small black connection next too, and that is for the temp sensor. As may have noticed in the previous pictures of the external radiator, Evercool has taken the precaution of placing small, soft rubber plugs to prevent any stray debris from entering any of the places where the tubing will be connected, including the ports on the waterblocks themselves.

    Below I have a picture of the main unit with the top off. The reservoir sits in the front with the pump in the center of it, and the radiator is housed in the back of the "drive." To the right you can see the fan that Evercool chose, although its an 80mm fan, the width is about half the normal size so that it fits nicely inside.

    Finally, below you can see the unit installed in my case

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