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Phanteks Also Announces the Glacier C350i CPU Water Block

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  1. btarunr

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    Phanteks, the award-winning thermal cooling and chassis manfacturer, is excited to introduce the Glacier Series C350i, a compact design CPU water block for Intel platform that delivers the highest possible rate of cooling performance to the processor efficiently and improves stability when overclocked.

    The Glacier C350i features a large copper base in high quality nickel finish, polished acrylic surface, and integrated high density cooling fins. The fins are fine-tuned to 0.4mm wide and designed with extra high fins (5mm) for improved conductivity. The C350i is integrated with RGB Lighting that can be synchronised with all Phanteks RGB products and RGB motherboards. Tailored with Viton O-Ring, the C350i is durable, resistant to extreme temperatures and retains sealing performance for long periods of time.

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    The Glacier C350I can be intergrated into any enthusiast system wihtout compromise. The C350i CPU Water Block is available in two colors, Satin Black and Mirror Chrome. MSRP: €79,90 / £69,99.
     
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    price looks quite competitive, would like to see some reviews comparing against the peers.
     
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    Yes that would be nice, I'm using an OOOOOOOLD EK S1366 on my 2011 V3 so if there is a good review I'm buying :)
     

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