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Old 29th June 2004, 19:36   #1
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Four additional screws can be undone to remove the brushed aluminium cover from the Liquid Cooling Unit and expose its inner workings. Liquid is drawn in through the top intake, through the radiator and into the reservoir. A larger fitting is used to connect the pump intake to the reservoir before the water is pumped out the bottom connector. The radiator and reservoir are actually a single combined unit, which appears to be made from aluminium.

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There was already a review of it on www.nokytech.net (French)... and that's there for at least a month...
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uhm what's your point?

www.systemcooling.com has review of it too..
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Point is the fact some people are really slow with reviews... I remember seeing reviews of products which weren't even build anymore on some sites...

I'd like to know how it comes there can be such a difference... Btw, why are most reviews, like graphics cards e.g., almost always done with the lastest and most powerful setups? A review should compare stuff, or test if it's the first time, but on a setup that's commonly used by a high number of people... Not everyone has an FX-53 with 4 Raptors in RAID0 mode...

But, that's my opinion, and I don't think it's appropriate to post it here...
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