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    Default Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    At present all is known is that Fractal are coming to Computex in July armed with the finalised version of these units, so expect a few changes before then.



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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    them some seriously heavy duty all metal fittings
    i like very much the fact of their large inside diamiter
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    i hate those hoses with the anti kink rings
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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    i guess their not to bad
    would be better if they were clear w/ led illumination inside of the hose
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    Wonder if the pump will be strong enough for multiple blocks and rads?
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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Wonder if the pump will be strong enough for multiple blocks and rads?
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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    i hate those hoses with the anti kink rings
    Same hear.

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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    Antikink is ugly. Fittings look like they were designed to hold down Superman not hoses. Rads look like older swiftechs. make them just a little thicker. what is that 20mm? 45mm would be the best. People will pay a little extra for better cooling.
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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    reminds me of the CM Seidon coolers
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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    Don't like. Paint job looks cheap, overall every piece looks very poor hand made.

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    Default Re: Fractal Designs stepping into the AIO market?

    These are probably prototypes since release isn't until this summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    These are probably prototypes since release isn't until this summer.
    maybe so. I hope the final product makes some adjustments to the fittings and the hoses. NO anti kink!!
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    yes they are prototypes so it may look a bit different later on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    People will pay a little extra for better cooling.
    I missed the memo on that. Did you mean to say "RGB LEDs" instead of "better cooling"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I missed the memo on that. Did you mean to say "RGB LEDs" instead of "better cooling"?

    That is just sad. Better cooling and no lights is good for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    That is just sad. Better cooling and no lights is good for me!
    Yup, I'm with you on that....but it might just be you and me. Looks like we missed the (sail)boat on that one.

    BTW - this piece certainly looks like a prototype....and certainly looks to be open loop....and that rad certainly does not look aluminum. Give me 20mm of copper over 27mm of aluminum anytime.

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