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Old 26th May 2005, 09:38   #1
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Default PolarFLO TT Series CPU water block OC Review

PolarFLO has earned itself a respectable place in H20-cooling for PC with their flagship TT Series CPU block and the design has remained unchanged since its inception. They obviously know a good thing when they´ve engineered it. While other companies scramble to re-design quarterly hoping to defy the laws of physics by manipulating water every way imaginable, PolarFLO steadfastly stands behind a single product line for CPU. Today we see just how far this unique copper block will allow to overclock our S939 Athlon 64 3500+

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nice testin liquid.
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hahaha, those corsair displays rock!!
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A thorn in my eye is the "hole" in the stick right in the middle of the head...
It makes a "no-flow" area ´where the water comes in... I'll make a drawing... Its very nice!
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perhaps it's placed there and made like that to push the water open into the little tracks.
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