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Old 01-16-08, 03:15 PM Thread Starter   #1
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hi can i use D-Tek UNI-Sink (pic)with a Swiftech MCW60-R to cool my 2 xfx 8800gts 640mb as the D-Tek UNI-Sink is th same price as Swiftech ram sinks wot would be better main thing is is the D-Tek UNI-Sink compatoble with the Swiftech MCW60-R
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is the D-Tek UNI-Sink as good as the Swiftech ram sinks
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I want one too, but nothing for the G92 cards yet :-(

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