Ik zag dat ze bij anandtech een review van de senfu watercooler unit on-line hebben gezet. De cooler is vooral heel fijn omdat ie niet zo snel lekt, alleen de herrie die de pomp maakt is een negatief punt vonden ze.
The Senfu watercooler is recommended especially for very ambitious overclockers who would like to experiment with Peltier elements. For the average overclocker who would like to push his CPU just a bit further, good conventional heatsinks are probably the better choice.
Because of it's great compatibility with all CPU types, the Senfu watercooler is a very safe investment. And even if the heat exchanger won't fit future CPUs (that remains to be seen), you can simply upgrade to a new heat exchanger and keep using the radiator and the pump. The quality of the radiator and the heat exchanger is very good; they are perfectly leak-proof and will last many years. The pump, however, was not very convincing - better look out for alternatives.
Even though the Senfu watercooler is quite convincing (except for the pump), there's still room for improvement: The water channels inside the heat exchanger could have a larger diameter. Also, Senfu could come up with a closed-loop cooling solution that would eliminate the need for an extra water reservoir. The water reservoir is the most inconvenient thing about the watercooler; if you have to transport your PC around a lot, it can be especially annoying.