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    Hey guys, here's a thought that's hardly revolutionary, but I thought would be a nice addition. What if the site did a "best of" award at the end of each year. I noticed that just about everyone does that, but I haven't seen a lot of that related specifically to PC cooling. If pureoverclock started doing that, they could add categories like best PSU, Case, etc, but especially in the cooling department, it would be neat to see what wins each year as the best overall release. Could be a cpu block, could be an aio, a radiator, anything that was truly evolutionary, or revolutionary in the realm of overclocking. I'd personally put a vote in to that new CM Glacer 240l just because of what it's doing to the aio market in terms of quality, and being able to refill and add-on. Just a thought, and there could be plenty of reasons not to do something like that but hey, I like sharing ideas. It's fun!!!
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    Default Re: Website Idea

    I think it is a great idea. Will see what we can do to get it going
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    Default Re: Website Idea

    I agree it's a great idea

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    Default Re: Website Idea

    Yep great idea!

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    i fourth the motion
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    Default Re: Website Idea

    Yeah, is one great idea. You have my vote on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I think it is a great idea. Will see what we can do to get it going
    Sound like fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Hey guys, here's a thought that's hardly revolutionary, but I thought would be a nice addition. What if the site did a "best of" award at the end of each year. I noticed that just about everyone does that, but I haven't seen a lot of that related specifically to PC cooling. If pureoverclock started doing that, they could add categories like best PSU, Case, etc, but especially in the cooling department, it would be neat to see what wins each year as the best overall release. Could be a cpu block, could be an aio, a radiator, anything that was truly evolutionary, or revolutionary in the realm of overclocking. I'd personally put a vote in to that new CM Glacer 240l just because of what it's doing to the aio market in terms of quality, and being able to refill and add-on. Just a thought, and there could be plenty of reasons not to do something like that but hey, I like sharing ideas. It's fun!!!
    Super cool idea.

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