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New leader for Hi-end Air?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SK-1, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. SK-1

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    yeah that looks awesome...might not fit in a case though.
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    holy crap, thats one big monster, the best used to be only one of those that fit 120 mms, and now the thing got bigger and doubled? oh crap..
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    Seems like the gap between water and air keeps getting closer by the month!!
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    so does the gap in price..... that thing is 80 bucks.. gigabyte 3d galaxy is 130..
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    still costs $50 less than the gigabyte 3d galaxy watercooling kit but gives cooling comparable, thats not a bad thing, some people dont feel comfortable putting water in their pc's so why not spend as much (or less in this case) on an air cooler which gives similar perf? i like it and would pay $80 for it now tbh hate my scythe ninja, only thing is i live in the uk and would probably have to pay more like $120 (£60 in the uk approx) when it comes here
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    If you don't like your sythe ninja... ship it to me
    bad idea, you're in the UK
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    That a big 10-4. Next to our reviews of course.;)
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    I actually think w1zz needs to take a page from them when it comes to psu and vga reviews...but thats just me.
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    thanks for informing me :p I just seen thier reviews being linked on a few things but havent really looked into it.

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