The cooling unit sports a four-digit display on the front.
The temperature readout can be set to either Celsius or Fahrenheit.
The system automatically switches to turbo mode if the temperature of the cooling fluid is 40° Celsius or higher. You can also manually activate turbo mode by pushing the turbo button.
If you want to program a certain temperature threshold so that an alarm goes off or your PC automatically shuts down to prevent the CPU from burning up, you just have to hit the "Set" button together with the "C" or "F" button. The display indicates when the fill level is too low by flashing "Fill."
Fill 'er up! The liquid level sensor indicates that the fill level is too low.
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- A Look At The Hydrocool200
- A Look At The Hydrocool200, Continued
- A Peek Inside
- The Control Panel
- The Testing Process
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- The Results Of The Overclocking Test
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