Posts Tagged ‘Compression Fittings’
Introduction Continued innovation and creativity is what fuels a healthy industry. If either of those key items fade away, so does that industry. Thank goodness we don’t have to worry about that! The custom water cooling market has been around for years but never in its lifetime have we seen such rapid growth. Sealed AIO coolers, water blocks, pumps, reservoirs and radiators are now being manufactured by so many companies it is hard to keep track of it all. This rapid growth has spurred companies to innovate and create products that distinguish themselves from the rest of the pack. This is a big win for consumers. One company that really shook up the market is Monsoon. We saw them go from a more conventional style in their first series of fittings to innovating with the Free Center series of compression fittings. There wasn’t (and still isn’t) a fitting so widely used and loved as the Free Center fitting. Monsoon is looking to continue pushing the envelope with their latest creation, the Chain Gun Compression fitting. This time around it is all about creativity. Nothing has changed much when it comes to how the new fitting works; instead it’s about how the new fittings look. Before we continue the review of the new Monsoon Chain Gun Compression fitting, let us take a moment to reintroduce Monsoon Cooling.
If you’re a computer enthusiast, system builder or a heavy gamer, you’re more than likely running a high performance system with multiple video cards, an overclocked CPU, several HDD drives, and a beast of a power supply to power it all. The heat being generated has now become a big concern, so you’re contemplating taking the plunge, and putting your prized possession under water. Today I have the pleasure of reviewing several of XSPC’s products that are an integral part of the water cooling system. Read on as we dive in and take an up close look at two different styles of XSPC’s rotary fittings. The people at XSPC are gaming and overclocking enthusiasts who started XSPC over 10 years ago. They have a company vision of offering world-class cooling products that do not sacrifice reliability, quality, or quiet operation, while in the pursuit of ultimate cooling performance. As of today, XSPC’s product range has expanded to include everything you need to build the ultimate liquid cooling system. Our thanks go out to XSPC for providing us with our review samples.
When getting a new CPU for you system build, the first thought used to be "which heatsink and fan am I going to use?" but today that thought process has changed and years ago, adding water cooling to your PC was a risky task. However, the traditional paradigm has been shifting in PC cooling over the last few years. Today's modern cooling technology has taken several leaps forward in advancement. Because of this we are seeing more and more PC builders using water cooling as your every day cooling solution. Water cooling has proven to be a reliable and easy solution to help keep your hottest processors and graphics cards cooler. Today we are going to be looking at water cooling manufacturer XSPC. XSPC has been in the cooling business for over ten years and has built a positive reputation for itself. They continue to lead the market in custom liquid cooling solutions, delivering a complete range of cooling components worldwide. On our test bench, we have XSPC's new glass tube reservoir called the Photon 270. As we move forward, we are going to fully explore the XSPC Photon 270 Tube Reservoir and share our experience and impressions. Can the Photon 270 Tube Reservoir from XSPC live up to their previous reputation? Read on to find out.