Inside the Deluge part 2
In the 5.25-in bays you see the rather small Koolance reservoir used to cool the processor and graphics cards.
This angle shows the reservoir as well as one of the Koolance radiators mounted above the Antec P183 chassis.
This smaller radiator was installed to compensate for the heat of the overclocked CPU and high-power GPUs adding to the overall cooling power of the configuration.
This is another angle of the Koolance water blocks made for the GTX 480 cards.
The Koolance configuration here looks familiar to anyone that has seen the company’s cases or add-ons before and I have to say I was impressed by the cooling ability and how quiet these fans could be with both the CPU and GPUs fully loaded.
Another great shot of the pair of GeForce GTX 480 cards.
The back side of the case is where the majority of the power and data cables are routed to maintain the clean and clutter-free appearance inside.
The Koolance monitoring device and reservoir will tell you the temperatures of the various sensors placed throughout the system as well as set the fan speeds manually or automatically.
All of the LEDs on the Puget Systems Deluge are blue and add to the effect of the water cooling. Thanks to Antec’s design as well all of the air intake fans have filters on them for easy cleaning!
Finally, here is a shot of the side of the case while it is up and running; very impressive build quality here.