XSPC RayStorm 750 AX240 Watercooling Kit Review
In the world of PC cooling air cooling is king… at least in terms of sales and ease of use. When “normal” consumers buy a PC they expect it to have a fan of some sort keeping things in check even if they don’t understand the ins and outs of heatsinks. Then when it comes to building a PC for the first time most people can handle fitting an air cooler, even if some are fiddlier than others.
Over the past few years manufacturers such as CoolIT and Corsair along with Asetek have tried to entice those building systems over to liquid cooling by creating factory sealed kits which try to remove some of the fear… or skill from installing more advanced cooling in a system. Overall these have been quite successful and thinking back to some of the CoolIT kits they could be installed in around 60-120 seconds, electric screwdriver and an almost complete system permitting… at HardwareHeaven