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Old 12th April 2003, 19:21   #1
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hi shrimpers, i wanna order this cooler, but i didnt find any belgian shop yet, colorcase placed a banner on their index page but i can't find it by the coolers...anyone?

btw, anyone knows what that thing costs?
 
Old 12th April 2003, 19:45   #2
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we have a test sample here @ the "lab" I will run tests on it tommorow using the same setup I used for the "aircooling to the MAX" article

compare to SLK900/800/Alpha8045 and the Swiftech and Coolermaster X-Dream SE

no idea of the price , but colorcase will soon be able to help us out with that one

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This is some high quality stuff, i don't expect it to cost less than 50 eur.
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the package weights a ton, so it can be used as a weapon in case needed
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the package weights a ton, so it can be used as a weapon in case needed
Rofl

Looks fine indeed and the price will be fine also

Butt wel yeah awaiting test results but can't be bad I presume.
 
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cool, thnks for the info
 
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