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    Default FSP releases new LIQUID COOLED PSU, 'Hydro PTM+'

    http://www.fsplifestyle.com/product/...&utm_medium=pr
    What the is this, really ?!?


    Imagine a leakage there.

    AND IT'S RGB

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    Default FSP Hydro PTM+ PSU

    Hi

    Any plans on doing a review of FSP's Hydro PTM+ water-cooled PSU once they launch it? Do you guys wait for/ask for samples from manufacturers, buy units yourselves or a combination of both?

    I'm not interested to purchase one at the moment, I'm just interested. :-)

    Thank you

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    Do you guys here at JG wait for/ask for samples from manufacturers, buy units yourselves or a combination of both?

    I'm not interested to purchase one at the moment, I'm just interested. :-)

    Also, if you do do a review, will you be hooking it up to an external radiator like their target customers will (err, will most likely) do? Maybe even just a simple pump + single 240mm rad setup?

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    Tomshardware article on this PSU http://www.tomshardware.com/news/fsp...ptm,34491.html

    Also, I could have sworn I remember a different watercooled PSU fgrom years ago. I think it had copper tubing. Anyone remember it? I can't quite remember exactly what it was. I thought Hardwaresecrets did a review but I couldn't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turkey3_scratch View Post
    Tomshardware article on this PSU http://www.tomshardware.com/news/fsp...ptm,34491.html

    Also, I could have sworn I remember a different watercooled PSU fgrom years ago. I think it had copper tubing. Anyone remember it? I can't quite remember exactly what it was. I thought Hardwaresecrets did a review but I couldn't find it.
    Might be thinking of the Enhance made Zalman PSUs which had copper heatpipes coming off the main heatsinks to an aluminum fin array near the rear exhaust of the unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Might be thinking of the Enhance made Zalman PSUs which had copper heatpipes coming off the main heatsinks to an aluminum fin array near the rear exhaust of the unit.
    I think that maaay just be it actually.

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    I have no watercooling gear at all, which means I'd have to buy that stuff. For just one review, that's not very likely to happen. I'd lose money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    I have no watercooling gear at all, which means I'd have to buy that stuff. For just one review, that's not very likely to happen. I'd lose money.
    You could always talk with XSPC, EK, Koolance, FrozenCPU, or PerformancePCs for a sponsorship. You would only need one of their basic kits to test the system.

    Just a thought.

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    or just move the test desk in the bathroom and let cold water from sink go in psu and pour out in the bathtub

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