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Portable, Plug & Play, High-Performance Water Cooling: The Corsair Hydrocool200

A Peek Inside

Removing the cooling unit's housing gives you a good look at the inner workings of the Hydrocool200.

The pump (lower ellipse) and the flow meter (upper ellipse).

The Bosch pump is on the left and the illuminated flow meter is on the top right. The water tank with capacity reservoir and fill-level sensor is in the rear of the case.

The hose connectors are secured with metal clamps.

The Hydrocool200's flow meter is illuminated.

The powerful radiator dominates the right side of the case.

The surface of the radiator, up close.

Thanks to all of its filigreed ribs, the radiator has an enormous cooling surface that helps the system provide such impressive cooling performance (200 watts).

The hoses and cables are intelligently laid out, a sign of quality manufacturing.

The fan is positioned in front of the radiator in the case. It measures 120 x 120 x 38 millimeters and rotates at 1760 rpm (stealth mode) or at 2480 rpm (turbo mode).

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