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[TGDaily] British PC manufacturer launches water cooling for Intel’s Skulltrail

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London (UK) - Blastflow, a subsidiary of British boutique PC manufacturer Vadim Computers, just announced its latest product, the Blastflow Tidal Skulltrail SB Block: If you are worried about the heat produced by your sparkling new Skulltrail PC system, this copper cooler for the Southbridge and SLI bridges might be the solution.


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nice find ..i assume everything for skulltrail costs x3 times more lol

interesting read ..I wonder if southbridge temps really get that bad because it supports SLi and crossfire ...rep + man
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in before overkill.

(overkill?
THIS
IS
SKULTRAAAAAAIL!)
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CD might want this.
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in before overkill.

(overkill?
THIS
IS
SKULTRAAAAAAIL!)
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CD now has one (the first one produced?) arriving from the UK.
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THIS
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SKULTRAAAAAAIL!)
rofl, sigged!
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