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    Thermaltake goes heavy into watercooling

    A full range good enough to cool a car.
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    Re: Thermaltake goes heavy into watercooling

    Is there not a better high-flow pump than the D5 yet? I remember using that 5 years ago and it was old then..

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    Re: Thermaltake goes heavy into watercooling

    Sorry to be a grammar pedant, but shouldn't that be "Thermaltake goes heavily into water-cooling"? Just sayin'

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    Re: Thermaltake goes heavy into watercooling

    Water cooling - hmmmm. Unless you are overclocking by a lot then the air coolers already do a good job with no worries about leaks.

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