NorthQ 3580 Siberian Tiger Water Cooler
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 06-03-2008
Provided by: NorthQ
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Introduction

Occasionally here at OCIA.net we receive review requests from overseas companies that we've never heard of before. Such was the case with computer and home electronics manufacturer NorthQ. Based in Denmark, NorthQ offers chassis, cooling and power supply products as well as other electronics for home and car. Today I will be taking a look at their Siberian Tiger water cooling system for AMD and Intel processors.


The NQ-3580 arrives neatly packaged in a full color retail box with plastic divider inside. According to their website, the Siberian Tiger is a sealed water cooling system that includes a combination water block / pump, tubing, radiator and fan. It is compatible with AMD socket 754/939/AM2 and Intel 478/775, which covers the majority of desktop processors made in the last several years. Completely maintenance free and easy to install, NorthQ boasts an operation time frame of more than five years between failure. The system comes fully assembled and sealed, so users don't have to worry about filling or leaks.

Does a preassembled system perform as well as a do-it-yourself water cooling kit? Join us as we test the NorthQ Siberian Tiger to find out!


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