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COOLER MASTER AQUAGATE liquid cooling system

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  • 2000 / 3100 / 4600 RPM
  • Radiator Dim. 220 x 148 x 88mm
  • Fan Dim. 80 x 80 x 25mm
  • Fan Noise 23 / 34 / 49 dBA

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/14/2007 7:09:46 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsKeep It Out #2

Pros: See my previous post. System continues to work fine.

Cons: There is no AM2 block retainer. None is listed on the Coolmaster site. I sent an e-mail to Coolmaster asking about this. Meanwhile I'm looking at work arounds.

Other Thoughts: If there's no AM2 retaining block, it might be possible to dismount a retainer clip from a standard CPU fan for the 939/AM2 CPU mount and clip the water block down tight on the CPU between the in/out fluid pipes. The problem to resolve is the means to trap the block in the bracket to prevent any lateral movement.

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  • Janis N.
  • 5/17/2007 2:38:24 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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1 out of 5 eggsLol

Pros: good cooling works great made a review a long time a go.

I whould not buy if you are just staying stock with the kit Errr
if at that time i new what i was was doing i whould have got a coolacn or what ever they are called

Cons: Had the cpu block snap well on at full speed cheep use of plexi i would go whit a metla block if you get this kit well made othere wise

Other Thoughts: Had fun trying to get all the blue stuff out of my case took like a week end up getting a new one along whit a new mother bored used Get new coolant it will drop the temp best cpu cool for money at the moment

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/18/2007 12:21:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsKeep it out

Pros: Solid, well built, complete kit, easy to use, first water kit I've tried, hoses fit easily in Thermaltake Armor case, easy to fill and display for CPU and tank temp. Good manual. Ability to dismount LCD display and mount in external 5.25" slot. Worth the money compared to some other kits.

Cons: Power cord, internal card, bit loud, care needed using thermal probe and won't work without it.

Other Thoughts: Have had this for over seven months, only problem has been to keep the fan grill clean to prevent tank temps rising. Mounted LCD display in 5.25" external and kept unit outside case after reading manual and the warnings about case temps if air flow not clean.

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4 out of 5 eggsWorth the trouble!

Pros: diff fan speed settings, nice water block[no problems here for an k8(amd)] mounts my dive bays perfectly in my xion mid case.
I added an 120 themaltake radiator to my system and according to other reviews it seems to have enuff power to add a VGA or northbridge water block to the system as well :]

Cons: super stiff tubing :(
had trouble with the tubing being to big for the own hardware it came with!!!
worthless thermal sensor (u have to have it plugged in tho or beep beep beep) i installed the sensor and ruined it so i called cooler master and they sent me two more it works fine now BUT the LCD screen is now just a pretty light. power cable and data cable are space hogs in a over crowded space. helps if you have your wire and cables neatly orginized for maximum air flow thru the case

Other Thoughts: Dont bother installing the sensor, just run it to the bottom of the case and find some software to get the temps...very easy to find.
Ok the tubing is too big to fit in the hardware so what i did was boil some water and heat up the ends for a few sec to lose the ends then i cut a slit into the edge so that the tubing folds in and u r able to sqeez the round metal nut around it then cut the slit off so u have a clean edge and wala it fits.BIG TIP: if installing internally, make sure you cut your tubing long enuff to slide the LSU at least halfway out of the drive bay so that you have room to add the liquid in the hole. helps if you have a cd or dvd drive to rest it on

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/25/2007 7:38:32 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsCheap for a reason.

Pros: It looks cool. Great idea.

Cons: STAY AWAY FROM THIS RIGHT NOW! I have an armor case and my friend had to cut off the very-solid rails (good job Thermaltake, btw) and broke his knuckle in order to get this in. Then, the coolant has to make it into the tank without spilling inside this sucker (there's a gap between the lid and the actual tank so if you don't look, you will spill inside), the thermo sensor wasn't accurate, my CPU stayed at 58C with full throttle cooling... which was WAYYYY noiser than the provided CPU block which ran 50C... and this SAID (somewhere) that K8 and AM2 are the same. I had to use gorilla glue and medical tape to make my own block mounting bracket (this computer was due for a project next day) and then the cooling sucked (and it wasn't my fake mounting job, apparently, since others had this same issue... and my bracket worked well :P)

Just, stay away from this.

Other Thoughts: Cooler Master made this sound good. It sucks. Stay away. (Good Idea though)

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  • Daniel L.
  • 3/20/2007 8:43:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This water cooling comes with everything you need to cool your processor, it has a few extras that allow you to control your fan speed and monitor your temperature. The best part about this cooling system is its mobility, it's internal allowing you to move around with your pc without a problem.

Cons: Installations is a hassle, I have a Thermaltake Armor case which supports most of the water cooling systems if not all. I had to cut off the guard rails to be able to put this cooling in my case, filling it with coolant is very messy takes for ever to get the air out of the circulation. The fan when set to full throttle is very loud and must be kept on full throttle, otherwise the temperature is horrifying. After using this water cooling system for 4 months, the processor heatsink cracked in half and leaked most of the coolant all over my motherboard. Frying my Graphics Card (GeForce7800), my sound card (Creative Labs Xf-i), my Wifi card and mainly my motherboard. I do not recommend this product to anyone, you would be better off building your own water cooling system from scratch.

Other Thoughts: If it wasn't for the leakage I would more likely still use this product, but I'm glad to inform all of you about this issue. Hopefully they can fix this issue and make it more durable!

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  • Brian W.
  • 3/8/2007 6:41:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsNot that great

Pros: Quality construction, looks nice, and comes with everything you need to install. Quieter than previous cpu fan.

Cons: According to AsusProbe this thing dropped my processor temp a whopping 2 degrees Fahrenheit. Since I installed internally it actually raised my motherboard temp around 6F (around 3-4C) since the radiator exhaust just pours into the case. Thermal probe is a joke, deviates from AsusProbe readings from 5-15F (3-8C) randomly, I don't touch it ever.

Installation was painful, I had to cut the guard rails out of the drive bays to get it to fit. This was in Cooler Master's own Centurion 5 case. I'd assumed Cooler Master would make sure their products were compatible with each other. Once it was installed it was a cable management nightmare since it cramps the case really bad and adds a plethora of extra wires (and a small card) that you'd rather not see or deal with.

The worst part is I switched from the stock heatsink/fan combo and the stock thermal pad to this and some Arctic Silver 5. The result was comparable, and arguably worse, performance than what I had for free before.

Other Thoughts: I reversed the radiator fan to blow out rather than in and witnessed a 6F (3C) drop in my mobo temp but a 5F (2-5C) raise in my processor temp. It cancels out I guess.

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  • Josh H.
  • 2/9/2007 10:27:19 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsWorked great

Pros: Ran pretty quiet, and kept temps down on both my GPU (ATI X850 PE) and my CPU (AMD FX-57). Once I went to an NVidia 7952 GX2 (No water block will fit it) it cooled my CPU alone, with no problems.

Cons: Pain in the PSU to removed once its filled. When the pump died after a year and a half, the Heatsink and fan that replaced it ran even quieter. Great system for people who are still nervous about it, since its an all in one system.

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  • Brian C.
  • 12/24/2005 12:48:09 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsThe little cooler that could

Pros: Internal, little, pretty, cold.

Cons: About 3 weeks in the waterblock broke and it peed on my GPU. Eww. Replaced with a nice thermaltake waterblock and all's good now.

Other Thoughts: This thing keeps my 2.93ghz celeron D stable at 3.9ghz, and at 49*c at full load.

Schmexy. It's kinda itty bitty so I only use it to cool my CPU, but it's darned tootin and worth the price. Newegg+fedex= neweggplusfedex. And neweggplusfedex is awesome.

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  • James H.
  • 12/20/2005 5:00:01 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

2 out of 5 eggsDoesn't work so well

Pros: None really

Cons: Didn't lower my temps than what my Zalman copper cooler did. Actually, my Zalman seems to have edge it out slightly.

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