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nikolain

nikolain

The Liquid Cooler Guy
One more review added, please check website :)

Prices of HOC 20 and HOC 40 dropped
 
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We are talking about Closed Loop Liquid Coolers, the pump's are tiny in these coolers, that's why the small ID tubes.

That does not answer my question. I asked if they are replaceable. If I was to buy your parts, I'd want even sized tubing across the loop (when combined with my current setup).
 
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nikolain

nikolain

The Liquid Cooler Guy
That does not answer my question. I asked if they are replaceable. If I was to buy your parts, I'd want even sized tubing across the loop (when combined with my current setup).

I don't get what exactly you want to do, what do you mean by buy your parts ?
 

Extreme Gamer

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I don't get what exactly you want to do, what do you mean by buy your parts ?

If I buy your 360Rad kit, I'd have to remove the CPU block and tubing for it to be of any use (to combine with my current setup to cool GPUs). Your 360 Rad would probably be the cheaper solution for me- i'd only have to import GPU blocks.

So that is why I wanted to know if the tubing and nozzles are replaceable.
 
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nikolain

nikolain

The Liquid Cooler Guy
If I buy your 360Rad kit, I'd have to remove the CPU block and tubing for it to be of any use (to combine with my current setup to cool GPUs). Your 360 Rad would probably be the cheaper solution for me- i'd only have to import GPU blocks.

So that is why I wanted to know if the tubing and nozzles are replaceable.
Ohh ok get it now, yes the RAD has a G 1/4" Thread so any standard fitting can be put on it, but why do you think it will be a cheaper solution, the HOC 60 will cost at least Rs.7500
 

Extreme Gamer

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Ohh ok get it now, yes the RAD has a G 1/4" Thread so any standard fitting can be put on it, but why do you think it will be a cheaper solution, the HOC 60 will cost at least Rs.7500

Good radiators from outside cost more after including shipping and customs. Besides that, there is limited number of sites due to the Paypal mafia.
 

Skud

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Even I am feeling greedy to upgrade. Too bad my 2.5k cooler is well capable of keeping its cool with the CPU at 5.0 GHz.
 

Faun

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Is there any chance you can provide a review sample of HOC40 ? I live nearby and would love to review this.
 
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nikolain

nikolain

The Liquid Cooler Guy
Is there any chance you can provide a review sample of HOC40 ? I live nearby and would love to review this.
Which all coolers do you have to test it against ?
Also are you a certified Digit reviewer ?
 

Krow

Crowman
Which all coolers do you have to test it against ?
Also are you a certified Digit reviewer ?

There is no such thing as a certified Digit reviewer. If you mean is he from the magazine, then no. All staff have maroon coloured usernames.
 

vickybat

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Which all coolers do you have to test it against ?
Also are you a certified Digit reviewer ?

Faun is a reputed member here and has good insight into pc hardware. He has a venomous X (probably) and the good thing is he too is from pune.

Since your coolers are new, he can test them and write a review here which will definitely be neutral and unbiased. This way more and more people will get feedback which is good for you.

So i think you can contact faun and let him test your cooler. He has 2500k-z68 combo and you can expect some good results. :)
 
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