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post #11 of 18 Old 07-14-2007, 04:23 PM
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If people want something that cools better than air, and quieter than air then their not going to get it from a junk pre made.

So yes. they are wannabes
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If people want something that cools better than air, and quieter than air then their not going to get it from a junk pre made.

So yes. they are wannabes
Your living in a fantasy land, now WC is comming into a biger market there are plenty of quality its. not as well performing as an uber DIY job maybe. you should support it, as the more kits they sell the better the individual components will become.
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This is the first quality kit I've seen. If it does a significantly better job than a Noctua NH-U12F / Thermalright U120E, it'll get a good share of attention.

Pre-made kits cut part costs like you wouldn't believe, and these savings are passed down to the consumer. In a quality kit like this, it's money well saved.
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With an apogee base, it should easily 'best' the likes of any air cooler, and still have a much lower delta..If that pump has enough pressure to crawl water through the rad, its going to work..and pretty well too.

Swiftech will definitely take the cake for pre-builts with this setup...probably exactly what they set out to accomplish.

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Looks good to me. I suspect that this will be great for small cases, I mean really small cases. This will also be good for servers and client based PCs.

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Ohhh..HTPC's...

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If i were to buy any water cooling kit on the market ATM it would have to be a swiftech. They just have the least amount of hassle and the best preformance for price. Their H20 line is awesome.

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