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    Evga clc 280

    EVGA tries its hand at all-in-one liquid cooling.
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    Re: Evga clc 280

    once again why has this not been tested against the best selling option of the same thing eg: corsair? are you being paied to review things with set instructions?

    Makes me wonder because I've seen a few reviews like this now?

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    Re: Evga clc 280

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    once again why has this not been tested against the best selling option of the same thing eg: corsair? are you being paied to review things with set instructions?

    Makes me wonder because I've seen a few reviews like this now?
    I'm going to assume because the AIO's compared are all released fairly recent? While Corsair hasn't released a new AIO in awhile now(Not sure about that) but it's not hard to check the results from another review and compare this, now is it?

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    Re: Evga clc 280

    With the ARCTIC Liquid Freezer 240 at ~ £75 and the 360 model around £100, I don't understand why anyone would spend more than £100 on any other AIO.

    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2016/..._cooler_review

    https://www.kitguru.net/components/c...oler-review/5/
    Last edited by Stu C; 18-05-2017 at 09:54 AM. Reason: Added review links

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    Re: Evga clc 280

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    once again why has this not been tested against the best selling option of the same thing eg: corsair? are you being paied to review things with set instructions?

    Makes me wonder because I've seen a few reviews like this now?
    I was going to comment on this myself, Corsair should be in there.
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    Re: Evga clc 280

    Probably waiting on corsair to send one for review

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