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Repped ya for being nice.
repped ya right back, good to know the reference coolers aren't as bad as i thought they were. You also have the same name as my brother, is your name Talon irl?
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No, it is not my name in real life. ^-^

Anyway, yeah reference coolers are louder but they get the job done just as well.
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