Not so long ago Cooler Master added a new solution to their Aquagate family of CPU liquid-cooling systems called Aquagate Max (RL-HUB-KBU1-GP). According to the manufacturer, the new system is capable of dissipating 600W of total heat generated by the computer system components.
Bearing in mind that contemporary processors rarely dissipate more than 200W even during overclocking, statements like that have a really impressive effect. That is why we couldn’t pass by the new Cooler Master solution and today are glad to offer you our detailed review of the “max” liquid-cooling system.
Package and Accessories
The new Cooler Master system ships in a large cardboard box with dominating black color in the design and a few green and gray elements:
The plastic handle in the center of the box will certainly ease the transportation of the pretty heavy system. The sides of the package bear small photographs of the main system components and list the detailed technical specifications of Aquagte Max:
Inside you find an internal box made of polyurethane foam with sections cut out for each system component:
So, the risk of damaging any of the components during shipping or transportation is minimal.