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I really hope you have a Titan X AIO solution!

This system is currently compatible with 220+ different cards i think they have you covered wink.gif

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if you look at any aio cpu cooler on neweegg alone, you will see that they have a very poor quality rating, pumps, leakage......

I certainly wouldn't want to go down that route! - Top end gpu costing 3 x cpu, leaking. Naah! Keep your aio biggrin.gif

Difference here is that this solution a real watercooling parts made into an AIO rather then an alu rad glued to some dodgy fittings with a cheap pump. Its even expandable as it uses real watercooling fittings.

Plus there will be an option to have them pre-fitted with that great W word wink.gif
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This system is currently compatible with 220+ different cards i think they have you covered wink.gif
Difference here is that this solution a real watercooling parts made into an AIO rather then an alu rad glued to some dodgy fittings with a cheap pump. Its even expandable as it uses real watercooling fittings.

Plus there will be an option to have them pre-fitted with that great W word wink.gif

any word on a tease/hype trailer for this cooling solution?
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Yes there is a video being edited so you should know more next week smile.gif
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Yes there is a video being edited so you should know more next week smile.gif


excellent, thanks!
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