One of the greatest benefits about watercooling is the heat capacity of water. Water is able to hold more heat than air. These starter watercooling kits have proven to be well made and a perfect segue into a world of watercooling. The only turn off is the price tag. However, Evercool has helped to solve this problem with the WC-202. Its performance was superb. There should be concern from people that own a case with a front door. The door might not close on most cases. If you own the MGE Quantum, the door will close if you install it in a 5.25" bay. Although performance was great, there were a few things I didn't like about it. The fans were pretty loud when turned on high. On my specific unit, the temperature sensor wasn't working. I could not get the sensor working. I didn't mind, but it would've been nice to have it working. Another thing was the lack of memory chip heatsinks for the VGA card. I had to lower the memory frequency down by 25 MHz for the VGA to work.
Evercool's watercooling kit is a better stepping stone into the world of watercooling than the TITAN Bianca. It is around the same MSRP, yet Evercool includes a GPU block in their package. The Bianca lacked a GPU cooler, which made overclocking less enjoyable.
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