The water cooler uses nanofluids to provide the ultimate cooling performance.
By Rachel Cericola
September 16, 2013
Between deadlines and the workday, you have plenty of opportunities to lose your cool. Your PC, on the other hand, needs to be able to handle everything you throw at it and more. There are several liquid cooling solutions out there to handle that daily grind.
However, Zalman is setting its solution apart from the others by adding in a little extra magic. That comes in the form of the Reserator 3 Max CPU Cooler, which actually uses nanofluids. Yes, nanofluids is the secret sauce here, boasting improved thermal conductivity by mixing nanoparticles with fluids.
To provide up to 400 watts of cooling performance, the Reserator 3 Max has dual-radial radiators (one inner radiator and one outer radiator) and spaced out fins. That unique design can optimize the airflow and increases your chances for better cooling. It can even do those things while keeping quiet. That basically means that you shouldn’t have to shout over the 120mm fan.
Besides efficient VRM cooling, the Reserator 3 includes a built-in water pump, a Quadro cooling path system, and a blue LED applied fan and water block. It also boasts an easy install and comes with everything you’d possibly need to get that job done quickly.
Compatible with most desktop CPU sockets, the Reserator 3 can also be fitted into a middle tower case.
Zalman’s Reserator 3 Max is selling now, with an MSRP of $129.99.