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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Swiftech have been making top-notch performance watercooling solutions for more than a decade now. Known to gamers and pc enthusiasts all over the world, swiftech will indeed be my first choice! For that unbeatable watercooling performance and perfect gaming looks, Swiftech for the win!

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Quote Originally Posted by geejus View Post
    Is this for US and Canada entry only?
    Any one can enter the giveaway from outside Canada and USA as long you agree to pay for the shipping.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hey Bob, here's her photo:

    Attachment 3434
    Stan, stop showing my pic....the guys can't handle it.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    I've personally never used a Swiftech product myself, but I've heard nothing but praise for the quality of their products. You simply can't beat the reputation and the Apogee is the most recognized name for a very good reason. Those are the reasons that Swiftech would be MY 1st choice for WC products. Thanks for this great opportunity PureOC and Swiftech! Whether or not I'm eligible for this, I still like to participate, lol. Good luck to everyone!

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Loved Swiftech products since my first WC build.


    Never look back. Something might be gaining on you.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    It seems the reviews are good and would like to give them a try - or would like my son to give them a try

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hey Bob, here's her photo:

    Attachment 3434
    Very, Very nice Stan. Are those her bags for moving in or moving out.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    I have never used Swiftech water blocks before, however I have heard good things about them. Would love to put one of these to the test.
    Thanks PureOC and Swiftech

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    Very, Very nice Stan. Are those her bags for moving in or moving out.
    She flew to Africa to visit her mom, she's staying there for 2 months

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    This is just what I need. Maybe I will get lucky. I like Swiftech because I already have a 330/320 Edge Kit and need a new water block. Long story but I love the way they make it like a DIY and in reality its really an enclosed loop, ( because you can removed it all in one piece.) Then change the tubing or water in a better environment, like your freakin sink, not your desk.
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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Thanks Swiftech and PURE OC for this giveaway. I have never done a WACO system befor but when I hear my friend talking about it they are always saying how great there products are and I like how nice they look. They would complement any WACO system nicely.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    simply Swiftech is one of the best liquid cooling manufacturer, that is used by modders all over. They clock harder than me, im sure they have a reason for preferring Swiftech !

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    Ive always read great reviews on the Swiftech Apogee HD but never used one of there products. Count me in this one, the white one looks awesome!
    Thanks Swiftech,Stan and PureOC

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    In for sure and thanks Stan ,PureOC and Swiftech for another awesome summer Giveaway !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hey Bob, here's her photo:

    Attachment 3434


    alright i want to have a Swiftech SSD water block because i'm very excited with its performance and durability, it will be a good situation if i win. good luck everyone
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    Would love to win a new block. My old one is starting to look pretty gunky and stuff. Good Luck All!
    AMD, Intel, ATI, Nvidia...I don't care as long as it can be overclocked!
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