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Old 24th May 2004, 10:15   #1
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Have you ever seen such a small temperature threshold? I have never seen such a small difference between idle and load temperatures in my entire career of overclocking. There is one small explanation for this, and its reflected from Swiftech's overall design that actually is quite simple. Hold the water inside the block without hampering overall flow. Despite its 3/8in input and output's the MCW600 is more than adequate for just about anyone. Once again Swiftech has concurred to its own purpose to provide an excellent cooling solution, and at a low cost to the Overclocker! Good Job Swiftech!!
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