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Puget Liquid Cooled Gaming Computer Video Review

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COOL system and great wire management http://www.3dgameman.com/content/view/8468/103/
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Thats a nice setup they have there.
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If you can't build a PC you don't need water .
    
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Yeah but there are alot of people that like to game, know how to build a PC, but dont want to spend the time doing it/and have too much money on there hands.

Plus think of a birthday present for your kid or grandkid (once agian if your well to do) that would be a great present regardless of whether or not they know how to build the thing or not.
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Water & Computers = Perfect Match
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They picked a seasonic
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
Yeah but there are alot of people that like to game, know how to build a PC, but dont want to spend the time doing it/and have too much money on there hands.

Plus think of a birthday present for your kid or grandkid (once agian if your well to do) that would be a great present regardless of whether or not they know how to build the thing or not.
Ageed Seriously,If i have the money... I would buy a pre-built system. The only reason i build my system is because i dont have any money to pay for it.
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