“One unique aspect of the Cooler Master AquaGate Mini R80 is the inclusion of an integrated pump and reservoir housing. This all-in-one solution works well with case interiors tight on free space. There are two outlets that are secured to 1/4″ black tubing with metal hose clamps. A third outlet has been sealed off with a plastic cap and metal hose clamp. My assumption on the third outlet is that it was used by Cooler Master as a fill port to prime the system prior to packaging.”
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Silverstone Fan Review @ Ninjalane
- Jetart JACSH1 Graphics Card Cooler @ RojakPot
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- Antec Notebook Cooler Review at XYZ Computing
The one liquid cooling review I have to give you comes from MODTHEBOX, the Cooler Master AquaGate Mini R80. If you are wondering, it’s an 80mm-based radiator, and you can also get a 120mm version. It has no abliilty to add video cooling to it, so here’s a few new coolers below, in case you need ’em!