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Watercool HTSF2 – Heat Transformer

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Posted December 16, 2013 by Deton in Cooling

Overview

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Release Date: Current widely available.
 
Price at time of Review: Retail $129.95
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Precision craftsmanship, quality, sexy and excellent performer.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Protruding bare-bone brass connections
 
BOTTOM LINE:
HTSF2 3x120 LT is a heat killer and has outstanding quality even though the port connections aren't the best eye-candy. It should definitely be on your short list.
by Deton
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Conclusion

Bigger is better; but it is not always the case with Watercool HTSF2 3×120 LT. Watercool engineers came up a solution that gives the HTSF2 a compact profile without compromising its performance and price. In term of performance, the HTSF2 3×120 LT does an enormous job to dissipate heat for its size. We are not only impressed with the HTSF2 thermal performance but also its craftsmanship and quality. The precision construction surpassed our expectations.

However, there’s one minor thing we are not fond with and that is the bare-bones brass connections. We wish they were chrome plated or perhaps had a black powder coating because bass will get tarnished over time.

Despite that, the HTSF2 3×120 LT is the most amazing advanced heat ex-changer we’ve ever tested besides the AMS360 Cu. Furthermore, the HTSF2 3×120 costs only half the amount ($129.95) of the AMS360 Cu. With performance right at the top-tier and a decent price, the bottom line is a sleek looking, incredible heat ex-changer that’s worth the money.

HTSF2 360 LT

If you’re in the market for a custom water cooling heat transformer this holiday seasons then don’t forget to put the Watercool HTSF2 Heat-Transformer at the top of your shopping list. You won’t disappointed!

 

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