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Evercool WC-301 Mini Water Cooler

Manufacturer: Evercool
Supplied by: Alpha and Omega Computers
Price: TBA

by Brian Tiller (1/10/2005)


Ever since I built my first computer with the help of a friend, I've always been an old fashioned air cooling kind of guy. Part of it is the simplicity of just popping on a heatsink and letting it rip. While I personally don't mind the noise that even the loudest bad-a** Delta fan creates, sometimes I do hear complaints from my "better" half. 

But Dean has finally convinced me it's time to grab a lungful of air and take a dip in the water cooling pool and handed me over the Evercool WC-301 Mini Water Cooler to get me going. Blazoned across the front of the package is "Amateur to Expert in no time" so I guess it's meant for guys like me and we're going to find out just how easy this kit is. We do want to thank Alpha and Omega Computers for making this review possible before we get to far ahead of ourselves.


Water Block

  • Application: Intel socket 478, AMD AthlonXP, Athlon64 and Opteron

  • Dimensions: 63.5mm x 63.5mm x 14.3mm

  • Copper construction

Water Pump

  • Rated voltage: 5v

  • Pump rate: 70 lph

  • Sound level: 20 dBA

  • Alarm for low water level


  • 80mm fan

  • Copper radiator

  • Fan speed: 3000RPM/2300RPM

  • Single 4-pin Molex connector



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