Thermaltake Aquarius II Water-cooling kit
- 24 April, 2003 07:16
As PC performance goes up, so does the amount of heat that components dissipate. Processors generate a lot of heat in a small area, which has resulted in bulky heatsinks and faster-spinning, noisier fans to keep things cool. Water-cooling is a very effective way to remove heat (as is evident in cars). It is also quieter than air-cooling solutions, and we’re starting to see more solutions coming onto the enthusiast market.