Streams of water cooling

Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 29, 2005 - 06:39 PM |
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3dGameMan does video reviews, so those on dial-up; consider yourself warned.  On the other hand, if you are all about speed, then stream away, because the Swiftech H2O-Apex "Extreme Duty" liquid cooling setup is built for speed freaks.  If you are finding that most watercooling just can't give you the cooling you need, watch the review before you start playing with liquid nitrogen.

"There's a reason they call this product "Extreme Duty"! They include massive tubing (5/8"), the

excellent STORM waterblock, and a wicked industrial quiet pump. All this in combination has to

yield excellent results, and it does. If you're in the market for an internal watercooling kit,

definitely put this baby at the very top of your list. Watch the Video to find out more..."


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