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Monday, 10 March 2008 11:08

Eheim 1104 PCPS water pump has a reservoir

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 08: Innovatek, for all water-cooling fans

 

Innovatek is famous for quality products, and with their new 1104 PCPS model, they made water cooling access much easier. Water pump 1104 PCPS is compact and it’s actually a water pump and water tank in one device.

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This kind of setup makes it easier to use, but it packs less power than the famous HPPS 12V model. Still, there’s no need to worry – this baby will handle your SLI setup and cool the processor as well as the chipsets with no problems whatsoever.

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We’ve seen it in action on EVGA’s Black Pearl motherboard powered by Intel’s CPU and two 8800GTS cards.

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It’s important to note that you can use it in a couple of modes: Normal (65Hz), Silent 1 (57Hz), Silent (50Hz) and Power (78Hz) - all you have to do is rearrange the jumpers on the water pump’s small PCB.

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