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PC COOLING

Koolance Exos-Al Review
By: KaoMAN
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    2004-09-07

    Table of Contents:
  • Koolance Exos-Al Review
  • Specifications
  • Box
  • Installation
  • Performance
  • Conclusion

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    Koolance Exos-Al Review - Conclusion


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    Koolance Exos-AL Review

    The Koolance Exos-Al is truly a phenomenal external water cooling kit. There are negatives like the loose slot interface and small 1/4" tubing, but the Exos-Al is by far the best performing kit we've ever seen, in fact, this Exos-Al aids overclocking in ways other kits simply can't.

    The Exos-Al brings the best of both words - quiet cooling and superb cooling performance - together in one, easy to install, safe, and mobile external unit, topping it off with a stylish aluminum finish. Koolance products have been known to be high quality, and the Exos-Al is a perfect example. The kit comes with everything a user need to get a jump start on water cooling (with the exception of water blocks), and the CPU-300-H06 is a great choice for a CPU water block. The Exos-Al is priced around $200 and the block around $50. While this may seem pricey, understand that this is an investment that will last for many years and through numerous computer setups. The CPU-300-H06 is a very versatile water block and can be used with all current processors. And if the need for a different water block ever arises, the current water block being used with the Exos-Al can be easily swapped out. I highly doubt computers will output greater than 300W heat any time soon so the Exos-Al/CPU-300-H06 should last as a top notch cooling solution for a very long time. Hands down, the Koolance Exos-Al deserves the Dev Hardware Recommended award.

    Koolance Exos-AL - Recommended by Dev Hardware

    Just to recap the differences between the Exos and Exos-Al: The only changes are that the exterior is brushed aluminum (the rad was always aluminum), and there is a top fill hole now. The Exos-Al is approximately $20 more expensive than the regular Exos.

    Finally, Dev Hardware would like to thank you for joining us here today for the review of the Koolance Exos-Al. I also wanted to thank PCPowerZone for providing the Exos-Al for review. If it weren't for them, you would not be reading this review. So if you're interested in the Exos-Al or any other computer parts, be sure to check them out.

    Koolance Exos-AL Review

    For any questions, or to comment on the unit, go ahead and please click on the Discuss link at the bottom of the page. Otherwise head back to the home page for more hardware news and reviews or checkout our hardware forums, and see what's going on!


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