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Whitewater vs Apogee vs Storm

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Just wondering what is the performance difference?
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Check out this review. There are several performance charts.

http://www.systemcooling.com/swiftech_apogee-01.html
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The whitewater is old school. It is beat by both the Apogee and Storm. The Storm gets about 1C cooler than the Apogee on a CPU with an IHS. If you have a CPU without an IHS the Storm will beat the Apogee by quite a few degrees.
    
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