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    LOL Like watergate just less scandelous.
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    Yeah it actually looks nice unlike Corsairs external effort
    It would fit in nicely with the Musketeer temp/fan controller thingy.

    When the Hexus review coming?

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    I've searched for some reviews... Found none! Perhaps one of use will have better luck! Looks Promissing!


    Edit: I just swiched cases! Im now back to my Aopen.. I did'nt like my wave master.. Now what to do with it
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    I'd love to see a review of this .........

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    $198.99 (109.533 GBP) from that site. I bet it will end up being more over here in the UK tho

    All we need now is a decent review ..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERU
    $198.99 (109.533 GBP) from that site. I bet it will end up being more over here in the UK tho

    All we need now is a decent review ..............
    Looks like a very nice kit, hopefully by the time i get a job and have some money saved, i can venture into the watercooling market with this solution.

    Here we go:
    http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/r...ALC-U01_1.html

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    hmm looks nice but my corsair hydrocool looks better with my case =)

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    Would definately like to see a review of this. Un fortunately $200 translates to £200

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    Looks ok... well, no... lies.... it doesnt... (imo) but I can see why people think it does....

    From the pics, it does look slightly above most other kits however the rad still looks far too small for this to be much, if any, better than a good air cooling solution.

    As with all watercooling stuff, consider this before reading reviews. http://www.customcooledpc.com/ssr.php and maybe even click the link at the bottom, ok the thread is a few hundred pages long, but its funny

    After a few minutes of reading reviews, obvios flaws are:

    ALL ALUMINUIM RADIATOR. This is the bit that gets rid of the heat. Ok the difference between it and copper I will not bother explaining here, but it is significant. Also aluminuim corrodes when mixed in water with some metals, ok this wont be that bad, as they are at distance, but it wasnt even MENTIONED in the review (AFAIK, I didnt read all of it...)
    Considering an ALL copper radiator of a good size costs £10, youd expect them not to cut corners in this place of all places.

    The performance is lacking, AFAIK. It was compared to a cooler I dont know about, and got 10c better under load, (accuracy of results is very arguable).
    Results given seem to be LOADED cpu temps, not taking any notice on the variying ambient temp of the room, infact it was probably done with the window open, with it right next to the window....

    Do not trust this review, it doesnt show many of its flaws, and is not compared to other watercooling stuff. which is a basic skill needed just to get GCSE English!!! (which I got a D in!). Wait for someone to do a decent review of it.
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    lmao did you watch this (the alarm bit)

    http://www.coolermaster.com/product_...dee5746dc8.swf

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