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Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000 Case
Author: Gabriel Torres 57,557 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: January 9, 2008
Page: 2 of 2
Inside Z-Machine LQ1000

In Figure 5, you can see inside Z-Machine LQ1000. It is absolutely identical to Z-Machine GT1000, with the difference that it has the Reserator XT water-cooling system installed, of course. Where on GT1000 is the front fan, on LQ1000 you will find the control and monitoring circuit for the water-cooling system.

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Figure 5: Inside Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000.

What is really different on the water-cooling system used by Z-Machine LQ1000 compared to other products on the market is that it uses the metallic chassis from the case as a passive heatsink to cool down the water, see Figure 6.

Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000
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Figure 6: This part makes the case to be used as a passive heatsink.

On the Figures below you can see the other parts from the water-cooling system.

Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000
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Figure 7: Pump and flow indicator on the bottom of the case.

Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000
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Figure 8: Water tank on the top of the case.

Since all other features from this case are identical to Z-Machine GT1000, please read our coverage on Zalman Z-Machine LQ1000 for more information.

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