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Old 15-06-11, 12:01 PM
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We take a look at a very simple kit from Swiftech thats bursting with high quality parts. How does it perform on the OC3D test rig?



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Old 15-06-11, 12:19 PM
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wow

with such a big delta on the low volts i didnt expect it to make it to the 1.45v test tbh

on paper this kits looks great, shame it fell at the last hurdle :|
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Old 15-06-11, 12:19 PM
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They want how much for it now...? £255

Can't believe how close the temps with the D14 are to it in the 4ghz and 4.2ghz test, spending £195 more than the D14 for a few c* difference is a joke
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For two less tubes?... no thanks, now please take my money for a XSPC RX kit.
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is it me, or is the 'rad mount block' a 120mm fan housing? i have a few of them, from a very old 'monster' server case
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April fools price ^.^
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Old 15-06-11, 04:13 PM
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is it me, or is the 'rad mount block' a 120mm fan housing? i have a few of them, from a very old 'monster' server case
Not quite no, watch the video again and look for the part where you can see where the base part screws into the frame.
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well now,,, why don'cha tell me what you really think!!!
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Old 15-06-11, 05:50 PM
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I had watercooli9ng for two and a half years and I wont do it again in a hurry. That kit looks like what a beginner needs and its much tidier than a kit with four pipes , but the pump is too bloody loud and its too expensive for the temps it gives.
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I'm in the feline crowd when it comes to this stuff.

So if I give you the opinion of the type of market these "kits" I'd imagine to be targeted at, i.e. the inexperienced who wants to pay 1 fee and have everything they need and not keep jumping back'n'fore on forums to be n00b-reminded they haven't bought something. (cos I think if you're experienced, you'd bit-select parts ? )

Anywho, if the difference between this kit and the other one recommended in the review is both performance and price - this one "shouldn't" sell.

£100 or whatever cheaper, a willing beginner will surely favor the other. Unless of course, the other kit disappears off the market.
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