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  • asendra - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    And I built a mITX gaming box, guess that's not gonna fit LOL.

    Ian, given that you are a fan of CLC, which CLC do you currently use?. I'm looking for a single 12~14mm fan, to put in a push-pull config in my node 304 case (4770K cpu). I'm leaning on a Hydro H90 at the moment.
  • HisDivineOrder - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    Really wish these companies were selling these things optionally without fans. Most of us already have ideas about what fans we'll use and I'd say that's especially true with an already niche tri-120mm setup. Reply
  • NeonFlak - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    At one point I had 2 Thermaltake Water Pros. Both failed in less then year. Both failures caused problems with other items. Thermaltake did not cover any of it, nor did they replace either of the coolers. Which are both still sitting on a table in the basement. And those failures have me slowly switching everything back to air coolers. Reply
  • darckhart - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    Soo... do they advertise that users can expand the loop to cool other components? do they provide instructions how? do they suggest other components one may need to purchase? otherwise a triple rad seems a tad overkill for just the cpu... Reply
  • DanNeely - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    The entire point of CLCs is that everything is sealed so you can't screw anything up messing with it. I'm hoping this was designed around bigger allowing slower quieter fans for the same amount of cooling; in the attempt to make a silent solution. Not bigger is better marketing BS; because only the most extreme OC is going to be pushing enough heat for a 360 rad to give a meaningful benefit to a CPU only loop. Unfortunately the lack of any mention about it being quieter/silent in the marketing makes me suspect it's marketoid BS driven. Reply
  • Treynolds416 - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    Those hoses look barely long enough... It would be wise to check those dimensions against your case before buying Reply
  • danjw - Monday, August 04, 2014 - link

    Thank you for calling them out on the lack of a static pressure spec. The other information is useless and that is the only spec that really matters when blowing into of out of a heatsink or radiator. Reply

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