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Old 30-12-10, 10:44 PM
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Nice lordaeron crest. Everyone and their dog here will tell you to go with the Noctua ^^. I just wish they made different color fans
Yea they should do some Limited Edition white ones

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Old 30-12-10, 10:44 PM
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Thank you:P im a alliance lol what my father says alliance scum ...yeh im beginning to see a pattern with that cooller lol, like i said ill have a look in to other coolers soon..first want to get my use out of my current cooler
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Old 30-12-10, 10:46 PM
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Thank you:P im a alliance lol what my father says alliance scum ...yeh im beginning to see a pattern with that cooller lol, like i said ill have a look in to other coolers soon..first want to get my use out of my current cooler
Yea it's not like your computer would die of something because you don't use the Noctua. Nice rig there btw.
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Old 30-12-10, 11:00 PM
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Yeah I just think the Noctua is just the last stand air cooler before you go into insane water builds. On like sr-2s and what nots. And the pattern you see, MUST be because it works. It cant possibly be because its beautiful lol. So it all speaks for itself. Its the champion of air coolers when space permits. Infact one of the firsts vids of ttl's I watched was a Noctua review. I was thinking about the Coolit Eco cpu watercooler, or the Corsair H70 when I found it.
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Old 30-12-10, 11:07 PM
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i was thinking of the h50 before the h70..and i first seen his vid on the i5 760..after i got my chip but i had many coolers lol...zulmans, dark knight and now present coller.
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Well whatver works. For the horde!
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