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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 11:00 PM - Thread Starter
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My 980ti is modded. Put an H50 on it, so its pretty much a 980ti hybrid.

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Originally Posted by Ryahn View Post

My 980ti is modded. Put an H50 on it, so its pretty much a 980ti hybrid.

I have a Kraken G10 with some Antec AIO 120mm rad with push out. I don't use side a side panel and I'm waiting for the end of the FFW to switch out the Antec because it is old and failing. I still remember when I used to fold with 3 i7 2600k's using the older Corsair H50's with push-pull.

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