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    Welcome to Pure OC. This weeks giveaway is sponsored by our good friends at Swiftech !

    To enter this giveaway, first go to Swiftech's Facebook page and click on their like tab, we'll even provide you with the link

    https://www.facebook.com/SwiftechUSA

    Next, tell us why Swiftech is your first choice for water cooling products.

    Today, we have two Swiftech Apogee HD blocks up for grabs.

    The Apogee HD Black Edition:

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    And the Apogee HD White Edition

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    The Swiftech Giveaway will run from Saturday September 15th, to Saturday September 22nd at 11am EST

    Notice to all new forum members entering this giveaway, please use the " USER CP " located top left of this of this page, and fill out your location and system specs.

    Good Luck !

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    thanks stan im in for the win Swiftech would be #1 do to the excellent reviews i have seen
    Last edited by aryan51; 16-09-2012 at 11:41.
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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    I haven't done custom WC yet, but I've read nothing but good reviews about Swiftech. I'd love to use their stuff for my computer. I'm in for this one!

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Swiftech water block is one of the best in my opinion, because I have seen so many good review on them.
    I have never WC my pc but winning this will give me that chance.
    Thank You PureOC and Swiftech for this event!

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Great prizes from Swiftech this week. I'm new to Waco but now I'm hooked. (Just like Deton said) Swiftech makes some great products and I would love to get one of the Apogee water blocks.

    Thanks Swiftech and PureOC.

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    I actually HAVE water cooling which will enable me to switch this into my loop without waiting around for other parts. :P

    Thanks for the chance, in it to win it!

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    I won't lie, these guys aren't my first choice for cooling, but that's because I have as of yet, never water cooled. I want to, I really do, but it does seem very daunting looking at it from the outside.
    It's one of those things, just like my current build, I've got a few parts now, so I'm going to go through with it.

    That said, other people will likely use it sooner than me. I'd probably wait until early next year.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Thanks PureOC, Swiftech and Stan! Swiftech makes nothing but good water cooling products. Esp the new HD blocks. I have used count less items from swiftech in all my water cooling builds.

    Please count me in for this..

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    I will be using my Bories Chiller in my rig soon I hope. So I am out of this one also.
    Good luck all.

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Swiftech always makes great products. Lots of good reviews and great temps on them. Looking to waco my computer in the near future, when I get the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    Great prizes from Swiftech this week. I'm new to Waco but now I'm hooked. (Just like Deton said) Swiftech makes some great products and I would love to get one of the Apogee water blocks.

    Thanks Swiftech and PureOC.
    Hey Bob, here's her photo:

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    I want in on this, not a big fan of the looks, but hey it's free

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    Default Re: Swiftech Giveaway

    Swiftech has been my first choice for water cooling in many builds. Great reliable products that look great and perform even better. I would love to get one of these 2 blocks for my personal build.

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    Hola!! Me gusta Swiftech porque tiene una diseño único e innovador, ademas de la excelente calidad de los componentes es uno de los lideres en WC en el mundo.
    Saludos desde Argentina y suerte para todos!!

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    Is this for US and Canada entry only?

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    Swifttech would be one of my first choice because of their cost vs performance factor. Review after review saying they have great products without suffering from sticker shock. I personally like the look of the cpu block and mounting system. I haven't hd the chance to start a waco system but im planning on it as soon as i can. Even this waterblock would be a start in the right direction. Thanks Pure OC and Swiftech!
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