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Aqua Turtle


Author:  Matthew Homan
Date:  2006.09.19
Topic:  Cooling
Provider:  Cooler Master
Manufacturer:  Cooler Master







Introduction:

Water cooling your system is nothing new to those of us who are looking to get a little extra out of our systems. Since the water blocks for CPUs and video card chipset work much more efficiently by taking heat away by means of conduction as oppose to the standard case air circulation the efforts to get a little more out of the PC by upping the clock cycles and front side bus can be done in a safer manner then air. Though what about the other components in the PC that also produce heat and we are not talking about the power supply. The hard drive (HD) is the unsung heroes of the system, that without it, the PC would be pretty useless. The engineers at Cooler Master designed a water block for your hard drive called the “AquaTurtle,” [RL-D3A-CNU1].

Specifications:

Cover Material PC141R
Base Material Copper
Connector Materia PC (with cover)
Block Dimension 5.75 x 5.75 x 1.57in
Connector Inside Dimension 0.1575 in
Connector Outside Dimension 2.7559 in
Outer Pipe Diameter 0.3937 in
Inner Pipe Diameter 0.2559 in
Weight 600 g
Application All 3.5” HDD
UPC Code 836837000766


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