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Are those full blocks? They don't "look" like full blocks...

Thanks btw, that site is great!
GA
yes they are full blocks. they are great.vrm cooling is really good. not as fancy looking as the other ones but not as expensive either . they have a couple of reviews i believe on skineelabs.com
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yes they are full blocks. they are great.vrm cooling is really good. not as fancy looking as the other ones but not as expensive either . they have a couple of reviews i believe on skineelabs.com
Awesome, thats exactly the kind of performance I'm looking for!

Hmmm does XSPC make a pump/res combo with one of the higher end pumps??

Thanks,
GA
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