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We have been very lucky with the latest and greatest samples lately. We cannot claim that all of the solutions we tested were impeccable; however, they were all extremely interesting to take a closer look at, no doubt about that. Today we would like to introduce to you the star of this year’s Computex show. From the news right into our test labs – welcome the liquid cooling system 3D Galaxy from Gigabyte!

Package and Accessories

The window on the front side of the box allows you a look at the liquid-cooling system inside – the text nearby reads “that is out of this world!” Through the window you can see a tube with coolant, a heatsink with a 120mm fan, a copper water-block, a pump with an expansion tank, and a water-block’s fan. In other words, you can see all the main components of a decent liquid-cooling system displayed.

The front side of the package also enumerates the basic advantages of this system, lists the supported CPU sockets, and shows a snapshot of the assembled system. The box has a carry handle for easy transportation.

There are no windows on the back side, but there’s more info instead:

Here you see a detailed specification, large photos of the system’s components and more…

The external box contains a smaller black cardboard package:

The black package has two compartments. The first and larger compartment contains a plastic box with carefully placed components of the system. The other compartment contains various accessories.

Let’s examine each component one by one.

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