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Aqua Computer Bring High Style to Hard Drive Cooling - Aqua Computer Bring High Style to Hard Drive Cooling
Wed Apr 02, 2008 | 3:47P| PermaLink
Leave it to the Germans to transform a mundane hard drive rack into a watercooled device that feels at home on the Space Shuttle. Called the Aquadrive X4 Copper, this hard disk cooler from AquaComputer can store 4 hard disks which are cooled and decoupled very well in the completely encapsulated case. Three 5 1/4" bays are used and the cooler contains a fluid reservoir at the same time.

Delrin absorbs vibrations better than aluminum, and solid copper plates inside are surrounded by a water jacket which also takes and lowers vibrations. The inside of the case is provided with a special layer covering to take high-frequency noises. The integrated fluid reservoir is filled by an enclosed squeeze bottle at the front. By two tubes the two reservoirs are communicating with each other so that the filling level compensates itself. The current water level can comfortably be read in the right profile. A little red ball indicates the fill level.

Aquadrive Quad Copper is available for  EUR 139.90.  
Connections are G1/4".  
Material: delrin/copper/stainless steel
Designed for four hard disks in three 5 1/4" bays
Capacity of the reservoir: 250 ml
AquaComputer has also introduced the new Aquagrafx 9800 GX2 for Geforce 9800GTX videocards. The cooler is made of 2 consecutively circulated coolers made of pure copper (99.9%). The coolers are extreme thin and therefore pretty light, so the total weight is under 800 g. Copper elements are connected via a terminal made of Delrin, connectors are G 1/4". Pricing for the cooler will be 129.90 Euro.

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