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    Cooler Master Aquagate ALC-U01

    Overall, the Aquagate has a fair bit going for it. Although perhaps not the most exceptional water cooling kit from a performance point of view, it nevertheless performs admirably. Add to that its ease of installation thanks to a good design and manual, and you have a tempting set-up.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD05NDU=
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    Is there any way of replacing the fan within this unit or is everything hard sealed / hard wired?

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    the link for the next page on page 2 says "Asetek WaterChill KT03A-L30 contd." and the link to the previous page on page 4 does aswell for some daft reason

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    I'll have a look at it now da_ging.

    edit: There, all better!
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    so to mount it internally do you need to have a case which can handle 2 power supplies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidstone28
    Is there any way of replacing the fan within this unit or is everything hard sealed / hard wired?
    thats what ive been wondering, can i put a silenx fan in there instead? anyone tried it?

    edit: looks like you can, check these pics:
    http://www.ninjalane.com/display.asp...quagate&page=2
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