Cooling Upgrade, Phase 4: Liquid Cooling (ATCS 840) (Part 1)
So, here we are. We’ve installed our water-cooling hardware in our ATCS 840. It really is a very simple, straightforward process. Thus far it really has been no different to installing any other kind of computer hardware. To this point, I hope you can appreciate that there really is no reason to feel any kind of reluctance or fear or trepidation for installing a custom water cooling system into your gaming PC.
Next week, though, we will be concluding this cooling upgrade miniseries in the ATCS 840. I’ll show you how to properly fill and bleed your new water-cooling loop, as well as how to properly conduct a leak test.
After next week, I’ll do one FINAL post revolving around the ATCS 840. It will be a simple, purely cosmetic, mod. The great thing about this mod is that it’s applicable to any piece of computer hardware you might want to use it on. But it’s a mod that I had always planned on doing on my ATCS 840, so I’ll show you how to do it as well.
And that will probably be the last we see of my Cooler Master ATCS 840.
We’ll be moving on to newer subjects!
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Until next time, then, stay cool, everyone!