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Old June 17, 2009, 12:14 PM
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I for one have yet to be impressed with a all-in-one units.
Same here. I'll hold my reservations until we have some testing though.

Though I still prefer a custom loop since there's so many different ways to throw money into it!
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Oh for sure I'm for a custom loop all the way. But if it's decent it can be a very good alternative to the high-end air-coolers. Guess we will have to wait and see.
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I have never liked the all in one units myself. Big promises but very little on keeping them. Would be nice to see if it performs but I would not be holding my breath before the results come in that is for sure. $90 could have got you a rad, some nice compression fittings...rotaries....you know..NICE things! Hopefully it works out for ya!
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Those take all fun from the hobby... but there is market for them that is for sure too.
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I have never liked the all in one units myself. Big promises but very little on keeping them. Would be nice to see if it performs but I would not be holding my breath before the results come in that is for sure. $90 could have got you a rad, some nice compression fittings...rotaries....you know..NICE things! Hopefully it works out for ya!
I actually am going to be running a WC loop just waiting for some heatkillers to come in stock and as of right now I don't have the time. This will be quick and easy for now.
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Well it's here. Corsairs usual premium product white boxes. Some quick pics...











Seems like it comes with the tim pre-applied not sure if I should use it like this or put some of my own on. Also in the manual it says to install the fan as an intake from the back of the case for best performance?.................
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Interesting kit, actually looks halfway promising (as far as all-in-one kits go, anyway). Little details like the cable-sleeving are nice too. Guess we'll see how much the small pump and thin, tight-finned radiator hurt things.
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Well if it turns out to be no better than a true than someone is going to be able to buy it fairly cheap on the BST forum!
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i hope you will put some result soon

also maybe a comparaison for pump noise
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