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You know what's really a shame, people not giving it a chance without a review judging a book by how the cover looks.
so if i gave u the money, and told u "install it on a 4870x2 that u bought urself", would u do it?

i tell u, that thing is burnt toast. for sure people won't be able to play Crysis with all the settings on max.

and don't double post while attacking me. for u, u shouldn't be looking for the "delete" button. look for the "edit" instead. PM me to tell u where it is in detail.
    
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LOL. if it was a double rad and only cooled the 4870x2, i'd seriously consider it for $650. but single rad for both cpu and gpu? no thanks
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post #83 of 108
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LOL. if it was a double rad and only cooled the 4870x2, i'd seriously consider it for $650. but single rad for both cpu and gpu? no thanks
It's just for the GPU... how many countless posts do people point that out lol
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It's just for the GPU... how many countless posts do people point that out lol
Exactly! I said the same thing already lol this thread is getting ridiculous
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so if i gave u the money, and told u "install it on a 4870x2 that u bought urself", would u do it?

i tell u, that thing is burnt toast. for sure people won't be able to play Crysis with all the settings on max.

and don't double post while attacking me. for u, u shouldn't be looking for the "delete" button. look for the "edit" instead. PM me to tell u where it is in detail.
I would install it, as I said... I can't be worst then my stock cooling.

Attacking you...??? I am debating with you... I did a double post by accident and wanted to delete one of them.
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I would install it, as I said... I can't be worst then my stock cooling.

Attacking you...??? I am debating with you... I did a double post by accident and wanted to delete one of them.
You sure it's not worse than stock cooling? Cause i have my doubts...
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You sure it's not worse than stock cooling? Cause i have my doubts...
We would need a review to settle this...
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if looking into the past is any indication this thing wont be nearly as bad as people think it will be. the old atomic 3870x2 had a pretty similar setup and it performed pretty well

http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=12043&page=8
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We would need a review to settle this...
Even if it somehow did provide substantially lower temps than stock, something tells me it wouldn't last too long. If you want water cooling, piece it together yourself. Those all-in-one kits normally aren't worth the time or money you seem to want to put into it. At the very least, that pump looks like crap in general and the radiator looks like it only took 5 minutes to design.
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post #90 of 108
when you think about it though folks who already have watercooled systems why would they buy it and use the configuration that is given? I would rather put it through my feser 480 rad than their rad personaly going through my single loop.
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