Let us introduce you to the CLC! It stands for “Custom Loop Configurator” and by knowing that, you get the general idea what it’s good for. The CLC is a one of a kind, there is no other similar webpage/software available that will help you to build your basic custom liquid cooling system.
The fundamental rule of radiator performance testing is to see how well the radiator cools the coolant. For us, computer geeks, the most widespread way of describing radiator performance is by using W/10°C, or in other words, Watts per 10 Delta T (sometimes K is used instead of ΔT). To make it easier to understand, we are going to look at some performance charts.
In this episode of Featured Builds & Mods, we are presenting to you Rhapsody in Purple. It comes from Bulgaria, and actually, it is made by a local hardware shop Desktop.bg, to be more precise by the hands of Bogdan Katanski. It’s not all that common to see a hardware shop doing a build like this, but if you see someone punching so much power into a mid-tower case, you know they don’t mess about!