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Nice block but I prefer one I can see through so you know if it's clogged because the fins are so narrow.

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Originally Posted by USFORCES View Post

Nice block but I prefer one I can see through so you know if it's clogged because the fins are so narrow.
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I agree I prefer an acrylic top as well but it doesn't seem any of them perform as well except for the EK Supremacy HF copper but that's like $100.
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XSPC Raystorm hands down.
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