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post #11 of 13
Wait just finished reading it all, seemed amazing to me cause I thought it was already all done for you all you had to do was add water. After reading that is not the case you sitll need the maintenance of real water cooling, like cutting the tubes and leak testing. At that price what is the point in getting this when the xspc rasa 750 rs240 is the same price. Meh was excited there as I thought I could just buy that without all the installing and maintenance tongue.gif .
post #12 of 13
I thought they quit making these things years ago. They always had aluminum radiators, half the blocks leaked, and the pumps would die in days. This looks no different except for the block, finally looks like it not two pieces of copper brazed together
Edited by mr.derp - 4/17/12 at 1:07pm
post #13 of 13
I have configured a simple mod to the thermaltake 760 plus and the results are truly outstanding. A lot of review complained about the noise of the stolk fan, but also that the fan didnt cool the radiator. Some blamed it on the small radiator, however its not the radiator its a poor design flaw.

I have done a push-pull fan mod to the thermaltake 760 plus and the results are truly incredible, you can actually watch the cpu temperatures drop when you put the fan on high and the noise is no more.

I would like one of the reviewers to do a comparison review with this mod vs the origional review. I am not a tester with all the ambient temps etc, but I can guarantee you that this completely changes the use of the water cooling unit and makes it a DEFINATE buy!

check out how I did the mod, this is not spam!! LOL

http://youtu.be/l-iBeg-_2ck

tell me what you think and if you can pass this on to any testers I would truly love to see the actual results compared to the poor origional review it has gotten.
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