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Dec 17, 2012Martin Reviews the PMP-500 Pump [Link]
The PMP-500 does most things outstandingly well. It has a great price, build quality, g1/4 barb compatibility, built in heat-sink, and about double the power of the PMP-450 all while actually getting smaller in size. The hydraulic performance is nothing short of amazing and can push through pretty much any build out there... King of 12V single pump performance.
Dec 12, 2012PureOC Reviews the CPU-380I [Link]
Nov 21, 2011VID-NX580 Water Block at Legit Reviews [Link]
Switching over to the Koolance VID-NX580 block the maximum temperature was only 36C or 7C above the idle temperature. This surely highlights the power of water cooling on computer components by reducing the heat by 38C or 105% better cooling...
Sports car looks with cooling performance to match means that if you are running a GTX 570 or GTX 580 the Koolance VID-NX580 is the card you should own.
Jul 11, 2011Martinsliquidlab.org Reviews the Koolance RP-401X2 Reservoir [Link]
I wouldnâ€™t have figured itâ€™s possible, but two DDCs in a single depth 5-1/4â€³ drive bay is certainly possible and Koolance has shown us so via the RP401x2. This takes and combines essentially four otherwise independent components and routes them in an exceptionally convenient and powerful package.
Jun 30, 2011Bjorn3D reviews the CPU-370 [Link]
Jun 6, 2011PureOC.com Reviews the CPU-370 [Link]
Apr 24, 2011Skinneelabs Reviews the Koolance CPU-370 [Link]
Skinneelabs.com reviews the Koolance CPU-370 water block with latest 1.5mm wide slit midplate.
Overall, the Koolance CPU-370 is a great performer on many levels: thermally itâ€™s great, itâ€™s not particularly restrictive, it makes tremendous contact, and it has a simple and robust mounting system that results in consistent mounts. The CPU-360 was my favorite block of 2010 and the CPU-370 is undoubtedly betterâ€“it makes big steps forward in contact quality and that brings a big improvement in thermals. Even when contact is taken out of the equation (with Indigo Xtreme), thereâ€™s a noticeable improvement with the internals as well, likely from the 1.5mm injection plate.
Apr 10, 2011Martinsliquidlab.org reviews the CPU-370 [Link]
The Koolance CPU-370 with newly shipping 1.5mm wide slit midplate has been reviewed by Martinsliquidlab.org:
It feels more like taking apart a Swiss watch than taking apart a mass produced block... Performance wise I couldnâ€™t be happier, the attention to detail in the areas where it really counts is above and beyond.
Mar 27, 2011CTR-SPD10 Speed Controller Reviewed at Martinsliquidlab.org [Link]
Martin's Liquid Lab reviews the Koolance CTR-SPD10 (8-13V) pump speed controller:
Overall I am very happy with this controller, particularly for it's unique ability to not only provide a solid 12V which most fan controllers can't do, but also to increase it for an extra bump in performance.
Mar 8, 2011MaxPC Ranks Koolance's QDC's "The Greatest Water-Cooling Purchase Ever" [Link]
Maximum PC's April 2011 issue includes a custom build using Koolance's CPU-370 and quick disconnects:
... I determined Koolance's brand-new CPU-370 water block was dishing out the lowest system temperatures. I used this as the cooling basis for my custom-build system...
... Koolance's Quick Disconnects are hands-down the greatest invention that the water-cooling world has ever produced... I will never go back to barbs and clamps again.
Feb 13, 2011RP-452X2 and RP-402X2 Reviewed by Martin [Link]
Long-time liquid cooling enthusiast Martin puts the Koolance RP-452X2 and RP-402X2 dual bay, dual pump reservoirs through their paces:
This is by far the most well constructed and durable reservoir system I have personally had the pleasure of testing... What's not to like about taking four very difficult to place components and packaging them in one dual bay unit... Two pumps in series worked very well and scaled the single pump test 2:1 almost perfectly for head pressure.
Jul 6, 2010Maximum PC Reviews the Origin PC Genesis [Link]
The August issue of Maximum PC includes a review of Origin PC's Genesis system. Inside is an Intel 3.33GHz i7-980x (clocked to 4.5GHz) and tri-SLI GTX 480's, all liquid cooled using Koolance components.
To sum up, the Genesis now holds five benchmark records... So, color us impressed.
Jun 23, 2010Bjorn3d Reviews the Koolance VID-NX470 [Link]
Jun 14, 2010PC Perspective Reviews Puget System's Deluge System [Link]
Puget System's Deluge, with an array of Koolance products like SLI GTX 480 and Core i7-980x liquid cooling, was reviewed by PC Perspective.
The Core i7-980X processor is overclocked to 4.0 GHz but remains well under danger temperatures thanks to another Koolance water block... As I am sure you can imagine, having a 6-core system overclocked to 4.0 GHz with a pair of GeForce GTX 480s puts this Puget Systems build among the fastest computers we have ever seen.
May 24, 2010VID-NX480 (GTX 480) Triple-SLI Video Review by Trubritar [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance VID-NX480 full coverage video block with a triple-SLI configuration.
Mar 19, 2010Pure OC Reviews the VID-AR587 (HD 5870) [Link]
Pureoverclock.com reviews the Koolance VID-AR587 water block for the ATI Radeon HD 5870.
The Koolance VID-AR587 does an excellent job in keeping the critical graphics card components running cool... we love the Koolance VID-AR587, and if you're looking for a full coverage GPU block for your Radeon 5870 then we certainly recommend this one.
Mar 19, 2010CNET Reviews Origin's Liquid Cooled Genesis [Link]
Origin PC was recently awarded Editor's Choice by CNET for the Genesis, a system which uses Koolance liquid cooling.
Fastest gaming performance we've seen... the Origin Genesis won us over with its case
Mar 15, 2010CPU-360 Review by Trubritar [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance CPU-360 water block:
So, would I recommend the CPU-360 to anyone who wants to water cool a CPU or upgrade their existing Koolance system? I would have to say, 'absolutely'! The CPU-360 is '100% Trubritar-Approved'.
Feb 15, 2010Hothardware.com Reviews Origin's Liquid Cooled Genesis [Link]
Origin PC was recently awarded a Hothardware.com recommendation for best performance with the Genesis, a system using Koolance liquid cooling.
All the system configurations we tested qualify as fast, but Origin's Genesis waves at fast while rocketing past it in the left-hand lane.
Dec 30, 2009VID-AR597 (HD 5970) Review! [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance VID-AR597 water block:
The Koolance VID-AR597 GPU water block is a high-performance, precision-engineered cooling solution for the monstrous ATI HD 5970 dual GPU graphics card. ... a must-have for the ATI 5970 gaming or overclocking enthusiast.
Dec 10, 2009Skinnee Labs Reviews Koolance Quick-Disconnects [Link]
Skinnee reviews the Koolance VL3, VL3N, and VL4 quick disconnect shutoff nozzles:
...the VL3 only resulted in a 0.3GPM reduction on the test loop. ... my own favorite of the round up is the Koolance VL3N's. ... The VL3N's will be finding their home on my bench that's for sure.
Dec 9, 2009VID-NX295S (GTX 295) Review [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance VID-NX295N water block for the NVIDIA GTX 295 (single board) video card.
Sep 14, 2009Koolance ERM-3K4U5 Liquid cooling System [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance five-pump, multi-computer cooling system, the ERM-3K4U5!
Sep 4, 2009Skinnee Labs Compares the CPU-350 to 3rd-Party Blocks [Link]
May 20, 2009EVGA X58 Classified NB Cooling Tests & Benchmark [Link]
Trubritar reviews the Koolance MB-EVX58CF water block for the EVGA X58 Classified motherboard.
Mar 11, 2009GTX295 Waterblock Installation (VID-NX295) [Link]
Trubritar has posted an installation video for the Koolance VID-NX295 GeForce GTX 295 water block.
Feb 18, 2009Koolance VID-NX295 GPU Waterblock [Link]
Feb 9, 2009Koolance CPU-350 Versus Competitors [Link]
Trubritar has posted a performance video of Koolance's CPU-350 versus other competitor water blocks. The processor used is an Intel Core i7 965 Extreme running at 3.2GHz.
Jan 5, 2009Bjorn3d.com reviews the Koolance VID-487 (HD 4870) [Link]
Dec 8, 2008Trubritar Reviews the CPU-345 [Link]
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