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post #11 of 44
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When I owned the Reserator 2 it said it was high performance but I couldve cooled my cpu better by blowing across the IHS...
Lol. Owned

Only one fan? That's some crappy watercooling.
post #12 of 44
I laugh at Zalman. Water Cooling is not Zalman's thing. I use to own the Reserator 2, cost me $300.00 USD. Thing was a piece of junk. The Reserator 2 is a great thing if you want water cooling that doesn't have noise. But, its not for hard core gamers and people that OverClock. You can get way better temps on air. I am curious on how this Zalman Reserator XT will preform. My guess is that you could still get better temps on air.
    
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http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...130719&_LOC=UK

Not much and the main reason I wonted this is I don't wont a pump and res in my case. This is by far the best looking external water solution to data.
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http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...130719&_LOC=UK

Not much and the main reason I wonted this is I don't wont a pump and res in my case. This is by far the best looking external water solution to data.
What? i'm sorry but i can't understand most of what you just said.
post #15 of 44
Eh... Zalman strikes again with water-cooling... big whoop.
    
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I'll do my best to get my hands on this thing for test purposes, and I'll let you folks know how it goes if i do.
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Lol. Owned

Only one fan? That's some crappy watercooling.
Mines got 0 fans and still does well enough to cool my CPU.

It's crap for the £150 they want for it though, but i do like the noise, or lack thereof.
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I think we can't make opinions untill we have some reviews/facts...
it is different of the other reserators since it has a fan..
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post #19 of 44
This would be great for a HTPC or a Xbox360 integration..hmmm
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What? i'm sorry but i can't understand most of what you just said.
I am sorry I will speak a bit slower for you, I have been looking for a external water cooling unit. I do not like the idea of having a pump or reservoir in my case. I have not had any problems with Zalman products in the past and I really like the look of this. I have not been impressed by the Corsair or the Thermaltake attempts. I will let you know if I am wrong and it turns out to be a ebay item :0P
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