I've always had a lot of luck with water -- and especially getting hit by it when I am not looking. In the water gun station at our church stampede lunch back in July, I got shot at the back numerous times by the same person. Mind you, the water guns were not meant for shooting people, so that was totally uncalled for. (I ended up getting revenge by requesting the largest water gun they had to get her back, haha.) Just recently, I was invited to help out in the high school fellowship camp as a counselor. On the first night we were there, we were playing Steal the Bacon, except instead of tagging to eliminate the other team, we had water balloons instead. To enhance the intensity of the game, the 'bacon' and the water balloon is hidden underneath different buckets in the middle, and are placed when we were turned around, so no one knows which one is which until the bucket is flipped over. While we were all turned around waiting for the next number to be called, one of the girls from the other team walked up to me and threw a water balloon at my back. Not only that; immediately after the game, she and one her friends thought it was funny to unload the remaining stock on me. (What they were not aware of, however, was that we had a separate collection of water balloons on the side, so I got them back with a little bit of help from Preston.) I have more stories to tell, but that would take all day. My point is, with all my luck with water lately, why not try out a closed loop water cooling system in my computer? Word on the street is the Asetek-built Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro is actually better than the renowned Noctua NH-D14. Will this cooler be a water balloon hit that the NH-D14 have not called for, and as such, blow it out of the water? Okay, enough puns for the day, let's pour down dig into the details.
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