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Zelda_fan
02-13-07, 09:23 PM
http://www.koolance.com/shop/product_info.php?cPath=28_72&products_id=387

I would be interested in it if I could actually hook the thing up to my loop, but otherwise forget this thing.

Q
02-13-07, 09:49 PM
That's pretty damn sweet, even if it is one of those "self contained" loops. Way too pricey, and who knows how stable it would be, but pretty damn cool nonetheless.

jAkUp
02-13-07, 10:09 PM
Oh wow thats awesome! I wanna see the internals.

Redeemed
02-13-07, 10:16 PM
Well, if the price isn't extremely outrageous- I might try and purchase one of these for my next build.

Ofcourse, I want to see a lot of reviews to prove how stable and trust-worthy it is. One of the things I like about it the most is how they claim it is maintenance free, that'd be a big plus for me. :D

Zelda_fan
02-13-07, 11:39 PM
Well, if the price isn't extremely outrageous- I might try and purchase one of these for my next build.

Ofcourse, I want to see a lot of reviews to prove how stable and trust-worthy it is. One of the things I like about it the most is how they claim it is maintenance free, that'd be a big plus for me. :D

1200W is overkill in a big way. Even the most taxing systems with 4 Hard Drives, Quad Core, Quad Sli, only pull around 800W under load.

Bman212121
02-14-07, 12:06 AM
Well, if the price isn't extremely outrageous- I might try and purchase one of these for my next build.

Ofcourse, I want to see a lot of reviews to prove how stable and trust-worthy it is. One of the things I like about it the most is how they claim it is maintenance free, that'd be a big plus for me. :D

I can't even imagine the damage that could do if it leaked. :eek: You'd better hope the breaker gets thrown really quick, or it is gonna fry a lot of stuff.

I would honestly build a loop for it if they worked well. One nice loop could cool every component, and cut down the noise to nothing. You could probably use an external rad as a foot warmer. :)

Current 15A @ 115V
^^ if that is the power draw at full load, you can kiss my power goodbye. That would throw the breaker so fast.

jAkUp
02-14-07, 12:27 AM
Yea, 1.2KW is somewhat overkill now, but maybe not for dual R600's.

Bokishi
02-14-07, 12:33 AM
Haha wow that thing looks wicked.

Bearclaw
02-14-07, 03:52 AM
Wow, that thing looks amazing. 500 bucks though. :o

|JuiceZ|
02-14-07, 01:06 PM
Didn't even know water-cooled psu's existed. That summary stated they first introduced a 230watt model back in 2001. $500 is crazy but one should expect no less from an ub3r unit like that.

CaptNKILL
02-14-07, 03:24 PM
85A combined on the 12v rails? :wtf:

There is absolutely NO need for anything like that right now.

Spartan 117
02-18-07, 06:52 PM
Looks very nice but I'm gonna order a Enermax 1000 DXX soon.
Im loving mine, should be good for a few more yrs :D


but that Water Cooled PSU is too pricy :thumbdwn:

john19055
02-19-07, 01:22 AM
Thermaltake ToughPower has a 1200watt ,but it is not water cooled
http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/product/Power/ToughPower/W0133/w0133.asp
I hope it is better then the Thermaltake ToughPower 700watt I have ,because it is a piece of junk,I on my second one and it is going bad ,it will be no third time .I am going back to SilverStone ,I never had it go bad my SilverStone Zues 560 watt is still going strong in my daughter computer.