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Old 8th June 2009, 12:54   #1
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Default Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid

While many of us will not be able to afford a decked out case with liquid cooling built in, some just cant help but haveing the best. This case is certainly unrivaled in one area, rad space. While the Thermaltake Sword M has a built in rad, the X10 Liquid has twin rads, with four 80mm fans on each. This is right inbetween a triple and quad 120mm radiator. As anyone with a triple rad knows, it blows off a lot of heat. These rads should be the same, and may even have an advantage. According to Ikonik these rads are of hihger quality, similar to what is used on car radiators.

Will all of this bundled together prove to be a good combo, or will it fail misterably? For those of us who can afford a case like this, or those who love to marvel at the best, read on!

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read.php?cID=1591
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