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    New Watercool parts:Neue Lieferung2.JPGGood wrapped in blisterfilm
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    The 180-230mm brackets for the big MoRa 3

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    It's huge.

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    "New York" style radiator....
    bundy - did you test it?

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    You should get your hands on these guys for testing Bundy
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    Any worklog of the girl in your avatar?
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    Project Slumber Parties aka PSP Liquid Cooling Work Log

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    Hey, one day before I have it...

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    That is interesting, a way to make cheaper full covers. They seems to be already ~30% cheaper than full copper ones.

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    Those looks like really good radiators. Are those transparent stop plugs included in the packaging or those radiators will come with standard ty plastic stop plugs?

    Anyway, are you going to test how they perform? Cuz I was going to buy 4x 480mm Alphacool UT60 but I would like to know if those Bitspower rads perform better with 600-800rpm fans


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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    Those transparent stop plugs came with the rad and you can have a look at the results of the xspc rx rads for an performance orientation
    Thanks buddy!

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    First of the 290x blocks in:

    EK-FC-R9-290x + Backplate






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    vuuuu


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    still amazes me how far watercooling has come since i started doing it around about 2001 or so.. just crazy
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