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Thread: Koolance Exos experience?




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    anyone have any experience with the Koolance EXOS water cooling system? i read a review over at Overclockers.com that said it was very easy to set up and gave good temps at all settings. but aside from that, i was looking for users opinions on it as well.
    rig changes too much
    dual boot: WinXP SP1, Mandrake 9.2

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    well, not sure if it applys but i have a koolance CASE not the exos, and i love it, not quite the same but relly close ;):thumb:
    2.4 p4c @3.06 1020mhz fsb
    ASUS P4C800Delux
    CORSAIR ddr500 XMS (3-4-4-8)
    maxtor 120gb w/8meg cache (raid0)
    2x WD Raptors (Raid0)
    2x120Gb Maxtor's
    Ti4200 363/667 mhz
    Water-cooled Koolance case

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    i'm pretty sure the case is the same thing.
    the exos is the just pump/resevoir and everything in one neat package.

    what kinda temps to you get: processor stats/room temp/ under full load for 15 minutes?
    also, what waterblock?
    rig changes too much
    dual boot: WinXP SP1, Mandrake 9.2

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    well, im not a normal person, i only had the system up for about a day, then i blew up the chips on my ram, cosair xms 3200, but i had a 2.8 up to 4.331ghz at 49c under load (burnin 95 i think), i only have a chipset and cpu cooler on it, the gold koolance chipset/video cooler and the gold koolance cpu cooler(200G) for 478 sockets's, and AMd XP's i also "upgraded" my fans on the case to blue led fans' to match the rest of the case , thought they operate at same spec's as the stock fans. im planning on putting higher cfm fans on it later though, when i get new ram, think im gona wait for 533 ram, so i can get 2.0 or 2.5 cas. hope this helps

    (specs of system under work)
    p4c 2.8
    asus p4p800
    dual raptors in raid1
    dual maxtor 300gig's in raid0 (for storage)
    allied 450watt psu (390watts at 35c average)
    :cheers: cheers m8 :cheers:
    2.4 p4c @3.06 1020mhz fsb
    ASUS P4C800Delux
    CORSAIR ddr500 XMS (3-4-4-8)
    maxtor 120gb w/8meg cache (raid0)
    2x WD Raptors (Raid0)
    2x120Gb Maxtor's
    Ti4200 363/667 mhz
    Water-cooled Koolance case

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZEROKOOL
    well, im not a normal person, i only had the system up for about a day, then i blew up the chips on my ram, cosair xms 3200, but i had a 2.8 up to 4.331ghz at 49c under load (burnin 95 i think), i only have a chipset and cpu cooler on it, the gold koolance chipset/video cooler and the gold koolance cpu cooler(200G) for 478 sockets's, and AMd XP's i also "upgraded" my fans on the case to blue led fans' to match the rest of the case , thought they operate at same spec's as the stock fans. im planning on putting higher cfm fans on it later though, when i get new ram, think im gona wait for 533 ram, so i can get 2.0 or 2.5 cas. hope this helps

    (specs of system under work)
    p4c 2.8
    asus p4p800
    dual raptors in raid1
    dual maxtor 300gig's in raid0 (for storage)
    allied 450watt psu (390watts at 35c average)
    :cheers: cheers m8 :cheers:
    so had the cpu overclocked 1.5Ghz and the ram blew up....wouldn't the CPU have melted???
    rig changes too much
    dual boot: WinXP SP1, Mandrake 9.2

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    well, sorta but its watercooled the ram just had the heatsinks, the cpu has a HT core anyway so its underclocked at at factory anyway, but 1.5 on watercooling isnt much but that kinda oc on that kind of ram was alot.
    2.4 p4c @3.06 1020mhz fsb
    ASUS P4C800Delux
    CORSAIR ddr500 XMS (3-4-4-8)
    maxtor 120gb w/8meg cache (raid0)
    2x WD Raptors (Raid0)
    2x120Gb Maxtor's
    Ti4200 363/667 mhz
    Water-cooled Koolance case

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