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XSPC just updated their whole website

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figured it was worth a thread. they also have a new red faceplate for intel waterblocks


http://www.xs-pc.com/
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OMG I'm in love!!! I would love to build an entire XS-PC computer with only XSPC components... I love their style that TCM Mod is amazing! I love the Tubing and the dual res with different color... ugh If only i had unlimited amounts of money
Edited by darwing - 6/17/13 at 9:16am
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XSPC online store is one of the best that I've seen to date. It's clean, well organized and doesn't take forever to load. Haven't had the pleasure to order from there as of yet, though.

On a sidenote I really wish they'd do nickel plated versions of their CPU/GPU blocks. Just personally don't like the copper finish that much. With Raystorm it doesn't really matter as you can't see it underneath, but with the GPU blocks... I just feel it makes them look 'cheaper' for some reason.
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