Zalman Reserator 1 Plus Fanless Watercooling System Review

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    Snip: "An alternative to air cooling is water cooling which trades noise for increased complexity and expense. Water cooling with actively cooled radiators is very efficient but not as quiet as possible. The next step is passively cooled water cooling, as seen in Zalman's Reserator 1. This product uses a large, aluminum tower to transfer heat, instead of a radiator. Because of the surface area of the tower, fans are no longer needed to aid the cooling. This review will be taking a look at Zalman's Reserator 1 Plus, an update to the original product. The two are not drastically different but a number of improvements have been made to the Reserator so as to update it for the current computing circumstances and to fix any problems which Zalman saw with the original."
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