CoolerMaster Aquagate S1

6.5 Overall Score
Performance: 7/10
Quality: 9/10
Stability: 8/10

Product Overview

With the rise of DIY, there is a fair bit of guesswork for the novice, especially in the area of water cooling. The sheer mass of terms and parts to remember can overwhelm the average DIY, and make approaching watercooling a scary proposition. Thankfully, CoolerMaster has taken not only the guess work out of water cooling, but all the work out of water cooling.

Everything in this kit comes pre-assembled and ready to go. The only thing that needs to be done is just for you to actually mount the thing in your PC.

The kit includes a radiator with a 120mm variable speed fan pre-attached and in an all metal housing, a 6.2 x 5 x 3.5 inch radiator assembly, 40mm water block with pump and about a yard of 3/8 in tubing.

Product Specifications
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CoolerMaster Aquagate S1 Specifications
ApplicationIntel LGA775, AMD Socket (754/939/940/AM2)
Water Block MaterialCopper
Water Block Dimensions40MM
Radiator Dimensions158-128-88mm
Radiator MaterialAluminum
Fan Dimensions (W/H/D)120-120-25.4mm
Fan Speed800-2,500 RPM
Fan BearingLong Life Sleeve Bearing
Fan Life Expectancy40,000 hours
Fan Noise Level20 dB-A @1M (Min)
Fan Speed AdjustmentManual Variable
Bearing of PumpCeramics Bearing
Noise of Pump21 dB-A @1M
Life Cycle of Pump50,000 hours
Tube Dimensions3/8 inch


1. Universal design for Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo and AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core, AMD Athlon™ 64 FX


2. Superior cooling performance


– Large aluminum radiator with LED 120 mm fan


– Copper water block for excellent heat transfer


– Powerful pump integrates into water block


– Quiet and powerful ceramics bearing pump


3. Clear and durable Tube


– 3/8” durable tubing


– Transparent tube


4. Flexible Installation decrease interference


5. User friendly design


– Special pre-fill liquid cooling system


– Refills coolant easily


6. Intelligent fan controller


7. Silent Operation at only 20 dB-A


This system is compatible with just about any current AMD or Intel processor, and the cost is $79.99 US.


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