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    Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro and Performer

    Sit back and enjoy as we look at the overall performance, design and features of both the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer and Pro. Do these units live up to Thermaltake’s promise of next generation closed loop liquid cooling? Read on to find out. Click Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro and Performer...
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    Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    We're looking at the Corsair Hydro H80 120mm and H100 240mm self-contained liquid cooling units that come from an impressive pairing between Corsair and CoolIT. Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1409.html for the full review.
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    XSPC RayStorm CPU Water Block

    XSPC has decided to continue to build upon success, and has launched their latest CPU block: the RayStorm. This new product shares many similarities of its predecessors, but promises to produce better performance numbers. The new block sure looks great, but Performance is King as we say around...
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    Koolance CPU-370 Water Block

    Koolance promises the CPU-370 is a new improved extreme high performance CPU water block which we will be looking at today. Click HERE for the full review.
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    XSPC Fittings, Tubing, RadStand Roundup

    Today’s review takes a bit different approach than what we’d normally do. Usually we focus on a singular product, or a roundup of one type from various companies. However, today we’re going to look at a variety of water cooling accessory products from XSPC. Specifically, we’re looking at...
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    AquaComputer Cuplex Kryos XT

    The AquaComputer Cuplex Kryos CPU water block comes in a variety of versions and they all look gorgeous. We're going to pit the Kryos against a couple other top water blocks and see how things shake out. Click HERE for the full review.
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    GPU Universal Water Block Roundup

    For water cooling enthusiasts that want flexibility and affordability for a graphics card block, the universal GPU water block may be a better solution than a full coverage block. Today we’re looking at five of the most popular universal GPU blocks on the market to find out which can rise to...
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    GBU Larkooler Extreme G1/4" (KU3-241) Liquid Cooling Kit

    GBU has introduced a new DIY water cooling kit called the Larkooler Extreme Performance G1/4" (KU3-241) Liquid Cooling System. The new system employs a better pump and block, bigger tubing, and supports standard G1/4" threads. It looks gorgeous, so let's check out the performance. Click...
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    Kingston HyperX H2O 6GB DDR3-2000

    The HyperX H2O series is designed for those who crave top speeds and performance, but they come with a twist; the H2O, as the name implies, is also designed for liquid cooling applications. Featuring very sleek liquid-cooled heatspreaders, they appear to have strong heat dissipation...
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    Corsair Hydro H70

    We’ve seen some competing self-contained water cooling kits lately, so we’re eager to put the Corsair H70 through the same race track to find out if this new product from Corsair can stack up against the competition. Let’s find out. Click HERE for the full review.
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    Enzotech Stealth CPU Water Block

    The Enzotech Stealth CPU water block has a design that is apparently inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk jet fighter built with stealth technology. They didn’t just use the Stealth name to represent the quiet operation, but also the aesthetics as well. Fortunately, PureOC’s radar detected the...
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    CoolIT ECO C240 A.L.C.

    CoolIT has become well-known for their thermoelectric (TEC) cooling solutions such as the Freezone and Freezone Elite, and appears to be heading into the more “mainstream” market of water cooling with the release of recent products. As such, the ECO C240 A.L.C. is strictly a water...
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    GBU Larkooler Water Cooling Kit

    We’re looking at the Larkooler Universal Water Cooling kit, a new product from Taiwan’s GBU International Corporation. Interestingly, GBU didn’t start out as a water cooling specialist; they developed wireless networking and security systems. Go figure. But since their move into the...