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Old 7th June 2004, 14:05   #1
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Now to the real question, is it really worth it? To me it is, especially since the water cooling kit that I have has already broken. For only 50 dollars, I save the 800+ that makes up this system if a leak happens. I feel that if you are new to water cooling, this is a must buy since it allows for mistakes without the dire consequences. You also have a substance that will fight foreign particles and other things from clogging up your precious water flow and ruining your 200 dollar water cooling system.

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Almost as good as water, without the inconvenience... Who's gonna do some grouped order?
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Is this the same thing that came out two months ago that will not damage important paper in fire fighting? Not only it is non-conductive, it also won't damage any ink printed materials/photos etc. A guys tested in TV with a cell phone submerged; and dialed his friend immediately afterward.
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no I don't think that's it.


here's another review http://www.extremereviews.net/data.p...=1&type=review
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And another http://www.overclockers.com/articles1028/
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