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DangerDen MaximumCPU Water Cooling kit Review

Former staff writer    -   October 29, 2006
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: $300 USD


Introduction

If you are looking for some silent performance cooling, you have no doubt come across the DangerDen website, and seen its extensive list of watercooling products. Catering to intermediates all the way to those who consider themselves extreme, DangerDen offers a kit that will suit your every need. The company was kind enough to send over their MaximumCPU kit for review, giving us at OCC a unique opportunity to look at high grade liquid cooling. Being the leader when it comes to liquid cooling, this performance kit is sure not to disappoint.

Closer Look

Coming home to see a small, plain brown box sitting on my step left me a little skeptical as to its contents. After opening it up, I was excited to see the DangerDen MaximumCPU kit! Unloading all the goodies onto my table, I was surprised to see a liter of coolant (or mix) shipped with this kit.



The kits ships with the TDX water block, which comes with a copper base plate and Lucite (acrylic/plexiglas) top, along with stainless steel hose barbs.









  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look continued
  3. Closer Look continued
  4. Installation
  5. Installation continued & Specifications
  6. Testing
  7. Tempratures - Video card
  8. Conclusion
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