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Old 24th December 2006, 16:09   #1
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Default Swiftech Quiet Power P180 Water Cooled Case

"Swiftech has done a fantastic job at selecting and installing their water cooling components into the Antec P180 Case. The case have plenty of drive bays, fans, air filters, and sound proof side panels and front. Swiftech has used an improved version of the H20-120 premium water cooling kit. Included is the Apogee CPU waterblock, MCP350 Pump, MCR120-QP Radiator, MCRes Micro Reservoir, 3/8" A-60 Norprene™ tubing, and Hydrx™ coolant. An excellent product that performs very well. It's a no brainer! Watch the Video to find out more..." ~3dGameMan.com http://www.3dgameman.com/content/view/6095/103/
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