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DangerDen MaximumCPU Water Cooling kit Review

Former staff writer    -   October 29, 2006


Installation continued

Next up was GPU, which was simply removing the old cooler and fastening on the new cooler. The Maze4 came with 2 different back plates for different styles of cards. It uses the same mounting method as the CPU block does. Thread the rods through the card/mobo into the block, and with a spring and nut on the other end, tighten till snug.




After that, it was time to mount the reservoir, which is a Lexan box. It simply slides into a spare 5.25” bay. The radiator, which can either be mounted to the case (with supplied hardware) or it can sit on the desk outside of the case. Last but not least is the pump. This baby comes with a mounting plate, but I chose to use a piece of double sided tape to secure the pump to the bottom of my case. After refilling, I was ready to try this baby out!

Specifications

  • TDX - CPU Block with Universal Top and High Flow Chrome Fittings
  • Acetal MAZE4 GPU Graphics Block for ATI or NVIDIA
  • Black Ice Xtreme Radiator (Black) with High Flow Chrome Fittings
  • Danger Den DD-D5 12V Pump
  • Papst 120mm Fan
  • MCT-5 32oz Bottle
  • Arctic Silver 5 - Thermal Compound
  • 10 ft of 1/2" ID Tygon Tubing
  • 1 Danger Den Acrylic 5 1/4 Bay Reservoir
  • 10 Hose Clamps



  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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