cuplex XT di outclasses competitors

"World´s best watercooler for actual and coming Dual- and Quad-core processors comes from aqua computer!"

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cuplex XT di outclasses competitors

World´s best watercooler for actual and coming Dual- and Quadcore processors comes from aqua computer!

In the current issue of the german magazine Hardwareluxx (06/2007) 13 water coolers of different manufacturers were tested. The cooling performance of our cuplex XT di stands out compared to the rest of the field. At the temperature difference between CPU and water the cuplex XT di is leading with 4.6K compared to the runner-up.

Moreover, it should be mentioned that other coolers partly offered a higher flow, however, nevertheless they were not able to keep up with the cooling performance of the cuplex XT di.

Hardwareluxx states: " ... the cuplex XT di deserves our excellent hardware award. In measuring he showed intoxicating results, which is crowned by a very good machining and a very nice design. You get the best cooling solution for a non elitist price.

cuplex XT di

cuplex XT di

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If you're anything like me, you've just fallen in love.

Feel free to tell us how much in our forum, or go ahead and buy the block at our recommended retailers site: Aqua PC's.
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18-09-2007, 02:31:44

Technik
I assume many of you folks have hobbies aside from cooling your rigs, so how many of you have rc cars?

18-09-2007, 03:23:39

Hiks
i have 2 savages, one stock the other hopped up a bit and has a STS .28 engine.

Also have a very old lancia delta integrale somewhere from when i was a tiddler :D

Most expensive hobby ever! I have 3 (2 watercooled) pc's in my house and it doesn't even come close.

18-09-2007, 03:31:10

Technik
haha, i know! my tc4s brushed 27turn motor is on the fritz so im looking to get a brushless setup and its like 100$ for used 200+ for new. its ridiculous, im seriously considering just getting a new rig, but drifting these bad boys is addicting.

18-09-2007, 12:28:00

weihk
oooo.....brings back memories!, must be 5 or more years since i last had them out!

had 5 Nitro RC cars, 1 1/8 buggy, 1 1/10 rally, 3 1/10 racing...

started off with cheapy Thunder Tiger brand cars, needed to learn how those things works, and they were cheap, but a few months later it fell apart, lol

then i went and got another Thunder Tiger 1/8 buggy, the .21 engine manage to produce enough power to snap both front drive shafts, then i got bored of it and left it in the loft.

then i wanted on road cars, got Kyosho 1/10s....there was a Pure10, and 2 SuperTen, one of which had almost every upgrade put on.

it was all fun going past cars at 60mph+.

and yeah.....bloody expensive hobby, one of the SuperTen racked up a bill of 1500 pounds, just on parts.....havent included controllers, servos, fuel etc.

18-09-2007, 19:32:33

Hyper
I used to be heavily into Rc, owned several 1/8th rallycross buggys, just a few off the top of my head:

Hobao Hyper 7 Pro
Kyosho Kanai 2
Kyosho MP777 SP1
Xray XB8
Xray XB8TQ

The Xray cars were by far the most reliable while running them for 2 full seasons I didnt break much at all. The TQ also earned me a few 1st place trophys in events with national drivers like John Hazlewood. I used to have all the gear, top engines etc but I have just recently sold up this year due to not being able to afford it anymore and buying a laptop with the money.

Great fun for someone around the age of 15 but once alcohol is discovered you dont think twice about selling up.

Thurally enjoyed the expierence mind and have plenty trophys to show for it.

19-09-2007, 05:56:09

nunzio
I have a 1/8th nitro buggy.. Only raced it once, needs new rc cystals.

06-10-2007, 12:58:48

tuco
I've got an HPI Nitro RS4 Evo 3. It's a decent 1/10 scale, nothing fancy. I've played with the suspension, but it's mostly stock.
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