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Old 24th May 2006, 12:59   #1
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Thermaltake Symphony Mini - External Water Cooling Kit

With the external water cooling Symphony made itself in the past a good name for Thermaltake. Now the Technic3D editorship the smaller brother is present, with the name "mini" ironical for its size. If one regards it in the direct comparison with the already available Symphony water cooling and its five 120mm exhausts, it may also agree with the exhausts reduced to three. We want to know whether not also the achievement was drastically reduced. The price is clearly more favorable anyhow. Much fun during the reading!
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