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September 30, 2013

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By: Low Chern Lin

Being unable to wait for the main test rig to be completed before hand, we decided to move on with a rig from our partner at Tech Eden, equipped with our Corsair H80 closed loop liquid cooler to conduct our test for this review. 

Now, just for your info that the H80 isn't our main subject for this review - we're focusing on the fans today, well not you guys of course.

September 17, 2013

Corsair H70 Core Unboxing

By: Low Chern Lin

All-In-One liquid cooling solution ( also known as closed loop water cooling, self-contained liquid cooling ) is not something new but it has been in the market for years. Many well known brands we know, well to name a few : Asetek, CoolIT, Corsair, Silverstone, Zalman, Antec, NZXT, Cooler Master, Enermax, Thermaltake, etc has such variety of products available to the consumers.

Unlike the traditional liquid cooling setup with separated components - water blocks, pumps, reservoir, tubings, fittings, radiators, etc, the closed loop liquid cooling has each of every components combined into one simple, easy to install, maintenance free, All-In-One liquid cooler. Almost each and every closed loop coolers you could ever find on the market are made this way: an integrated water pump on top of a copper cold plate, connected to a 120mm/140mm/240mm/280mm radiator with a pair of tubes with both end sealed on the pump and radiator to prevent possible leakage. 

Enough with the long talk which will take probably ages to finish without any pics to support my explanation and let us move directly to the main actor of this unboxing session: the Corsair H70 Core.

September 16, 2013

Scythe Gentle Typhoon Unboxing

By: Low Chern Lin

While the preparation for the Corsair H70, H80 and H100i is taking its place, I got myself some Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15 for unboxing. Pretty much known as the king of radiator fans, the Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15 has respectively high static pressure and being low noise at the same time during operation, making it the most notable radiator fan for enthusiasts.