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OCZ Hydrojet CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by rnickster, 8 Apr 2007.

  1. rnickster

    Gangster

    Joined: 4 Mar 2007

    Posts: 409

    Location: Manchester

    Hey anyone else excited about this ? Looks like its going to be good, small and compact too, would love to know more about how it works.

    quote from tony on ocz forums
    "Hydrojet should be 2 to 3 months maybe less and has awesome cooling capabilities...model shown cools 350W heatload"

    Hope OCUK get some in !!

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  2. lay-z-boy

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 27 Sep 2004

    Posts: 9,231

    Location: Nantwich

    I posted this back some time ago..

    have to wait and see how it does. :)
     
  3. jake000

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 28 Jun 2006

    Posts: 1,318

    That cpu cooler looks like a beast :eek:

    Be nice to see some reviews of it when its available.
     
  4. gurusan

    Capodecina

    Joined: 2 Sep 2006

    Posts: 13,483

    Location: Portland, OR

    I wonder how heavy it is?
     
  5. cobxx

    Gangster

    Joined: 22 Jun 2006

    Posts: 276

    Yeah, pics have been around a while...looks very intereting.

    Can cool 350W? That's insane...if true. It could just be some PR crap though, it's happened before.
     
  6. Perfect_Chaos

    Mobster

    Joined: 26 Aug 2004

    Posts: 4,790

    Location: South Wales

    "Allows processors to run stable under massive overclocking conditions"

    yeah right, bet it still has high temps on quads too.
     
  7. ***F1ZZY***

    Hitman

    Joined: 5 Jan 2004

    Posts: 845

    Location: Wiltshire

    Cool OR 350watt it should be.

    It could possibly keep a 350watt CPU (if they exist in mainstream) from shutting down, i.e. less than 100 degC

    Could it keep a 150W CPU at 20 degress over ambient??? I doubt it, not unless the fan (where is it by the way?) spins at aprox. 10,000 rpm and makes about 100dB.

    A "proper" w/c set up with, say, a 120.2 will struggle with 350W and that has much more surface area and 2 120mm fans. Noisy fans (40dB+) will be required even here.

    Unless David Blaine was part of the design team, I would take it all with a pinch of salt, at least until we get some neutral comparative reviews.