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So far so good
Pump issues resolved
Cons: Fans are mid-quality but I would rather spend the money on the ones I want
Other Thoughts: I purchased the original TD-02 right when it was released.
It had pump issues.
Silverstone's customer service took care of the problem quickly each time.
My original radiator now has the pump from this newer unit and the black tubing installed, courtesy of Silverstone.
This pump has shown NO problems whatsoever, and I have been running it for over 6 months now.
While the radiator on this newer unit is not as thick, it is likely to cool virtually as well, and can be installed in a wider variety of chassis.
Mine is cooling a 4930k I7 with ease.
4.2 GHz @ under 1.275v and well under 60c.
I'm glad to finally be able to recommend this AIO unit.
Everyone has a corsair, I also have one in one of my systems, but dare to be different.
What stands out with this unit is the massive block of aluminum that houses the pump- no plastic on the entire unit, in fact, except for trim and the fans. The little blue snowflake is awesome, too.
Side note: I have found placing the more powerful of the pairs of fans (I use Delta's 38mm thick ones) on the PULL side lets you run the fans slower and quitter. YMMV.
Thanks again, Silverstone
This review is from: APC BR1500LCD 1500VA 865 Watts 8 Outlets BACK-UPS RS
Pros: Bought around march 2010
Cons: Finally the batteries died in April 2015READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked and still does, it was a refurb.
Calibre converts/transfers books from PC.
Sturdy-feeling brushed aluminum.
Charges quickly, lasts.
Cons: No backlight.
Hard to see in dim conditions.
Other Thoughts: The unit feels sturdy, holds many hundreds of books, and starts up and shuts down quickly.
Had no problems synching non-purchased books from my vast BT collection.
Needs some light to see, though.
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