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Review : OCH Heatseeker Pro case

Posted on Tuesday, October 29 2002 @ 04:23:05 CET by

ClubOverclocker has reviewed the OCH Heatseeker Pro case :
The Heat Seeker Pro XPT I ordered is a little different than what is shown on the OCH site. The reason for this is because they take custom orders so I took full advantage of this. I choose to go with the "inline" water cooler. This means there is no water reservoir which saves quite a bit of room inside the case. I've also found that ditching the reservoir will not have an impact on cooling power what so ever, not to mention save you a little bit of money. This is mostly due to the fact that the radiator and 1/2 tubing is somewhat of a reservoir and actually holds quite a bit of liquid.

Review Link : ClubOverclocker



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