Cooler Master Aquagate S1robgs - August 16, 2007
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A close-up of the water block shows a compact design, with the pump mounted inside the block. The hoses are crimped in place with what looks like a similar clamp on a constant velocity boot for your vehicle. This type of clamp will help to ensure no leaks from the hose connection, however it is not user serviceable.
The radiator is fairly large for a component that will fit into a typical 120mm fan spot. The bracket for the fan is slightly oversized, so the entire radiator is actually slightly larger than a 120mm fan.
Inside one of the two plastic bags are the bracket to hold the water block on the CPU and a bracket to hold a potentiometer to vary the speed of the fan. The fan control fits in a spare PCI slot.
Inside the other plastic bag is the rest of the hardware required to install the Aquagate S1. Along with the associated nuts and machine screws are the Cooler Master thermal paste and also a syringe to top off the cooler if required.
After verifying that all the components required for the install are here, we can now move on to installing this unit.