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Check out this bad boy from Maingear:
They say 180mm radiators and fans are going to be the new norm on cases that can handle something that big. It makes the standard CoolIT design look small!
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Makes since. Bigger rad, take advantage of the top mounted 200mm spots in a lot of cases anymore.
Wish they would start using copper, and make them a little thicker... 34mm rather than 25mm.
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nice three of these would slot nicely into my RV02 one for the CPU and one each for the GPU's
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Too bad these guys from Maingear will NOT sell these individually.
I thought that was pretty lame, but im sure corsiar will come up with something.
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It looks pretty cool but I do not have this much of space in my rig. 180mm is too big.
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