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Old March 1, 2014, 02:11 AM
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So, I have seen a unboxing of this at NCIX EVGA Hadron Hydro Unboxing - Unpacked - YouTube and apparently the case will go for around $230 AND the watercooling parts will set you back another $200.....

Yes, the PSU is included so ok for the case but the $200+ for a custom EVGA branded loop? When you cant expand your water loop then what is the use to get a 240mm rad over the h100i? I would say a custom loop like this is just way more hassle to clean, bleed and maintain then just a normal h100i.

Also, if you have a big nice window to show off the insides WHY not braid the cables of the PSU properly?

For me then I would say Hydro Fail...

Cant wait for HarwareCanucks to review this case!
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Old March 1, 2014, 07:51 PM
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How big is it compare to Corsair 250D again? If the review of the air cool version is any indication, the water cooled version won't be any better.
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Old March 4, 2014, 09:36 PM
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glad to see another player expanding their product lines. But Looks like corsair has a better r&d lab. 230 for me is too expensive but just my 2 bytes worth.
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