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Is there a way to control the light? Like a basic on and off, blinking selection perhaps? I would like to see a orange light plate also. Thanks
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Could we get a picture of the inside of the CPU block part? As nice as they look I don't care as much for pump internals. tongue.gif

see OP the pic is already there
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Is this available yet?
If not, any eta?

Yes
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Is there a way to control the light? Like a basic on and off, blinking selection perhaps? I would like to see a orange light plate also. Thanks

Not in this factory configuration, but as I understand it, there are many LED upgrades available in the after market.
post #13 of 82
Hmm im interested as i have an matx build on a sff case, which of your rads your recommend to cool down cpu+gpu?
post #14 of 82
Is Aquatuning going to sell them ? - Live in Denmark and really would love to get one biggrin.gif
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Hmm im interested as i have an matx build on a sff case, which of your rads your recommend to cool down cpu+gpu?

Im going to use it with there new MCRx40-QP - Hope they are a good match

http://www.swiftech.com/MCRX40-QP-RADIATOR-SERIES.aspx
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Is Aquatuning going to sell them ? - Live in Denmark and really would love to get one biggrin.gif
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Hmm im interested as i have an matx build on a sff case, which of your rads your recommend to cool down cpu+gpu?
Im going to use it with there new MCRx40-QP - Hope they are a good match
http://www.swiftech.com/MCRX40-QP-RADIATOR-SERIES.aspx

You think their full block vga 7970 will fit a 7970 sapphire oc ?
Never mind, yes it is compatible..
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 5/27/12 at 6:32pm
post #16 of 82
You know... I'm gonna have to buy one cuz it's got htpc written all over it. Love the principle behind using a real ddc pump. It would be wicked with a 35x lol, pimpin!
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It would be wicked with a 35x lol, pimpin!

I would be ? - It uses the MCP35X ...
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It would be wicked with a 35x lol, pimpin!
I would be ? - It uses the MCP35X ...

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You can buy it bare you know? Would be good if you already have a pump, you know, or get a cheaper pump...?
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post #19 of 82
Thats a tad pricey... but, I guess will open up a bunch of options.

mITX build in the new BitFenix Prodigy case is what I am thinking....
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Hmm im interested as i have an matx build on a sff case, which of your rads your recommend to cool down cpu+gpu?

what CPU? what GPU? how much overclock? voltage ? your noise to thermal perf ratio preference ? the amount of space you have in the case ? your budget ?

too many questions ? that what needs to be answered to give you a decent suggestion :-)
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Is Aquatuning going to sell them ? - Live in Denmark and really would love to get one biggrin.gif
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Hmm im interested as i have an matx build on a sff case, which of your rads your recommend to cool down cpu+gpu?
Im going to use it with there new MCRx40-QP - Hope they are a good match
http://www.swiftech.com/MCRX40-QP-RADIATOR-SERIES.aspx

they sure are :-)
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Thats a tad pricey... but, I guess will open up a bunch of options.
mITX build in the new BitFenix Prodigy case is what I am thinking....

as they say, you get you pay for.. but when considering the cost of purchasing an MCP35X pump ($99.95)+ an Apogee™ HD ($74.95), the total cost at MSRP is $175; compare this to the $140 MSRP of the Apogee™ Drive II (average of three models), this is a $35 or 20% saving.
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