In front of can this sample of the current world offer in term of watercooling, which judgements be emitted?
The present generation brought reliability and democratization, in particular by the means of fixings plug & cool. The kits s?installant out of bay 5"1/4 go in the good direction, because they are simplest to set up. However, those which we evaluated here us did not convince, of maturity, but also for lack of components of better quality. One could for example imagine new kits, monopolizing 2 bays 5"1/4, but so effective qu?un true kit. But like very produced d?entrée of range bringing democratization d?une technology, this n?arrive range step to draw the advantages from this architecture, and remains to be avoided.
What is significant, c?est to include/understand that if the systems of watercooling start just to be born in the traditional manufacturers of ventirads, that made well a long time that the specialized companies fight the battles of the performance, the design, the completion, silence, etc. The most effective solutions will remain l?apanage of these last, because the traditional manufacturers remain turned towards the OEM, which will thus be satisfied always with the minimum in term of performances.
Currently, the kits intern have the beautiful share, and their effectiveness is an especially function of the size of the radiator, which either is very logical. Except that the larger the radiator is, and the less it is easy of l?intégrer in a tower. In short, a compromise is to be found according to your only requirements. But the majority of these kits remain terribly effective, and the profit compared to the traditional ventirads is considerable.
It is in addition interesting to note that if the market of the watercooling is world, the singularities of each kit are clearly determined by the traditions of the country from which they come. Thus, it is clear that the Germans are much more sensitive to the noise and the quality of completion, that Americans for example.
The next generation should bring l?integrability (especially if the manufacturers of cases make l?effort multiply the sites for ventilators of 12 cm), and an always better performance/prix report/ratio. In this connection, I would conclude on the v?u that Gabriel Rouchon at the time of our meeting in CeBIT formulated:
Questioned on the possibility of proposing kits of entry of range, Mr. Rouchon declined. Not, Swiftech will remain on the top-of-the-range one, it is that which they can do. On the other hand, it estimates that in the future, the average price of the kits should drop substantially and that Swiftech kits with less than 150? completely possible in are mois/années to come, specifying that the goal of Swiftech is to sell to 110? does what they sell today to 220? within 3/4 years.
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