Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Gladiator Hybrid Liquid CPU Cooler Review


Who here hasn’t wanted a water cooled CPU, but was too worried about leaks or pump failures ruining their systems? Well, I know that back in the day I wanted such a setup, but cost and lack of experience held me back. Fast forward to today, and we now have a simple, self-contained, compact, water-cooled cooler from Kingwin that attaches directly to the processor. The KWI Gladiator Hybrid Liquid Cooler uses air and water to cool a set of heatpipes that attach to a copper plate. Once again, this is done in a small, all-in-one, compact package.

The measures of Gladiator Hybrid Liquid are 130 x 126.5 x 165mm and weighs 960 grams, Kingwin’s Gladiator Hybrid Liquid (number of model: GA-10025S) is CPU's cooler compatible with Athlon 64 Opteron (Socket 754/939/940/AM2), Intel Core 2 Duo (775 Dual-Core), and Intel Pentium D/P4(LGA775) processors. The device comes with 8mm thick copper tube, injected with anti-freeze gel, and innovative 12-pole magnet motor design which guaranteed a long-lasting efficiency. The cooler uses both liquid and air cooling hybrid technology to improve cooling efficiency as well as keeping the sound to minimum level.
Posted by Ribhararnus Pracutian at 4:36 AM |  
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