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Daemonfly

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Interesting. Couldn't contend with our regular waterblocks, but I'd like to see it go up against the top heatsinks.

I love that tiny copper radiator :D
 

Huckleberry

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Interesting. Looks like a miniature, self contained watercooling setup. I'd be very suspicious of the actual performance, and suspect that high end air could give it a run for its money.

I suspect that performance is very dependent on the efficiency of the radiator, which looks a bit size-challenged. Maybe that's why they have the two fans to try and compensate for the small radiator.

It also looks suspiciously like a small oil refinery that might cause your mobo to capsize once you install it. BUT, it does look cool...
 

Samoyed

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Cant these Chinese find a person who speaks English to translate their web sites and manuals? lol That's virtually unreadable.

"U no like produc u have concern with thing to return and happy be you now" "Special heat liquid rotate long time heat transfer copper fin working good" ROFL
 

dreadlord79

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I personally have to wonder about any company that would use fan stacking in a product. I think we have all seen how easily fan stacking can have a negative effect on cooling if not just almost perfect. I also wonder why they went with all of the radiators tubes passing through instead of having them connected like a reg. radiator which would probably give it better performance. I agree with you guys about the transalation!! I can't spell very good or even talk straight (when drinking or going on 36hrs. with out sleep), but even I could do better than that! :D
 

Diggrr

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I don't think it's got stacked fans, I think one of them is the waterpump. I've seen one before that had what looked like a fan shroud, but had a pump in the middle where the fan's hub would be.

I'd say it does look a tad bit size challenged myself also, but since I don't have one, it's hard to say what it'd do in the real world. Maybe a bit much to be hanging off of the socket tabs.

What does 6,800 Yen equal in US bucks?
 

800XL

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If those fans are stacked, its back to back (or front to front). Look closely at how the wiring comes out of each fan. (The first link has a fair picture of it) I'd say one of them is not a fan, or at least is no longer a fan.
 

Nico3k

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thats a very interesting little device. an all-in-one micro watercooler.

someone buy it and tell us the results :)
 

dbett

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Samoyed said:
Cant these Chinese find a person who speaks English to translate their web sites and manuals? lol That's virtually unreadable.

"U no like produc u have concern with thing to return and happy be you now" "Special heat liquid rotate long time heat transfer copper fin working good" ROFL

Err, that's the automatic Altavista translation - the Babelfish.
 

juliendogg

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think i read in there the lower fan is the "water churning device" uh huh... well, definately a big change from anything i've seen, i'd sure like to see it perform. looks to me that in theory it could really be a step forward. guess it's hurry up and wait just like always eh? diggrr already asked, but i'd also like to know, does any know what we're lookin at in us$ here? i havn't the slightest clue.
 

Captain Slug

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juliendogg said:
think i read in there the lower fan is the "water churning device" uh huh... well, definately a big change from anything i've seen, i'd sure like to see it perform. looks to me that in theory it could really be a step forward. guess it's hurry up and wait just like always eh? diggrr already asked, but i'd also like to know, does any know what we're lookin at in us$ here? i havn't the slightest clue.


No no no. It's simply a VERY BAD automatic translation of "Centrifugal Water Pump". They're they type of pump used in most fire engines and produce a strong constant stream of water. I have to wonder how the heck they converted a fan motor for pumping water though...
 

dxiw

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halo ihm babelfishy, u nwo likey tramshletion, mo?, whell ihn dat kase gho phint anodar tramshletur.
 

Deathknight

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Heh funny thing is that I find that easier to read than all the stupid l33t HaX0r or whatever gibberish I see all the time in online games.
 

DRaZZ

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looks a kewl idea, water transfers heat faster. the rad maybe small, but it only has to cool a small amount of fluid, aslong as that fan is high quality id say thats gonna be good.
 

spazzkid

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i dont think any kind of motherboard wud take the weight of that thing. it should have sum kind of mounting device that kud hold and distribute the weight. but nonetheless, looks cool! :D
 

KaHNZa

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If it works I bet that it'll be an awesome cooler. I doubt that it will give us any breakthrough performance though.