“Every once in a while a product comes along that doesn't necessarely bring anything new to the table, other than a great value.
AIO water cooling kits have been around for a while now, and with so many offerings out there, it can leave you sometimes scratching your head when trying to pick.
There are entry level kits selling for around $50-60, all the way up to some of the higher end units...” --Agent Smith1984
“This is the first GPU block I've had, but I have to say, I'm impressed at how easy the process was, I was expecting to need to phone in front of me, reading online tutorials, refering to what others have done, but the included instructions are briliant, the included fitting hardware is spot on, you get everthing in the box you could possibly need to fit this to your own card, well, except the...” --bilbs84
“Purchased this Pump/Res Combination after much thought of creating a custom loop. At the time, really didn't know a lot about different type of pumps, Acrylic, watercooling in general. The Pump is actually fantastic and quiet. It has been running on # 5 speed for over 6 months and have it connected strait to the PSU. I found this to be the easiest on my mind in case the motherboard takes a dive...” --TheCautiousOne
“The Swiftech Maelstrom V2 dual 5.25" bay with integrated MCP50X pump is overall a good pump/reservoir. However let's start with some pictures
The Maelstrom comes in a glossy black box with Maelstrom and Swiftech branding written on the box. The Unboxing Process was fairly straight forward with the package containing the Unit, a manual/content list, a UV LED and a metal strainer.
“Seeing as to how these reviews and tests are getting frequent, I figured a test setup would be useful once the other things go in the TX10-D build. So I started looking at 360mm rads and decided to give this one a try. Of course no radiator review is complete without getting more samples involved so I went ahead and got more 360mm rads too! So without further delay, here's a small review of the...” --geggeg
“Announced at CES 2014, this pump was something I was looking forward to a lot- especially coming from the MCP35X I have been using so far. So when I started my big build and realized a single MCP35X wouldn't necessarily be able to handle what I planned for the loop I got in touch with Bryan and he helped me tremendously by sponsoring the build with 2 MCP50X pumps. This review is a result of...” --geggeg
“ek, please make 90 & 45 adapters in the same color please.
also update your pics of the actual fittings. it doesn't do them justice!
“Swiftech's H220X 240mm all-in-one liquid cooler is their response to the less than stellar H220. The H220 was plagued with legal issues and faulty pumps. The H220X looks to put those worries to rest.
We will start with an unboxing. The front of the box lists the key features that make the product stand out. The back lists more features as well as a temperature comparison.
The side lists some...” --WilliamGayde
“I am using this cooler in a Silverstone RVZ01, with a slim fan, so understandably it underperforms somewhat, but even when used with the stock fans, which are quite noisy, the performance is not particularly brilliant, understandable for a single 120mm radiator that is this thin. Then again, considering I got this for 60GBP, I can't really say it's too terrible. The main thing that drags down...” --GorbazTheDragon
“I have had this for a month now and I am happy with it!
My old miditower had to undergo heavy modifications to make room. The water connector was 2-3 cm too short, so had to cut hole on the side of the tower.
My i7 firstname.lastname@example.org is doing 3.7 ghz OC at an easy 55-57 degrees.” --lillebj0rn