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Thursday, 24 May 2007 09:41

Sapphires R600 CF water cooler comes from Thermatake

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Idea from Power Color


We heard that Thermaltake might actually lend some ideas from Power Color to Sapphire and Sapphire now went public with its dual water cooled R600 card.

This is not the first time we've heard such a story, but what can you do, the cooler guys have to make their bucks and the fight is not a nice one.

So there is a chance that Thermaltake actually lent ideas from one company's cooler to another, or it simply in talks with both at the same time and decided to deal with the faster of the two? Or was it the one willing to pay more money or ordered more units that got the deal? That is the way in business.

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