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Danger Den Maze 5

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by D_o_S, Jan 1, 2007.

  1. D_o_S

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    Good article, I have that block and love it.
     
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    Great review. I dont have a danger den, I bought a koolance exos that I plan on using. However, in the future, I will probably build one piece by piece. One question....is it better to water cool a graphics card than to say, use a aftermarket air cooler? I ask because I know the CPU is the first stop and if that gets hot, I am not so sure how cool it can be when it flows to the GPU.
     
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    Definitely water cool the GPU as well!! You will have much better temperatures than with any air heatsink with a decent WC block.
     
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    Very nice. I think future cards from nvidia will need cooling for their other chips as well.
     
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    I've got the same block on my X1900XT
    Verry nice block indeed :toast:
     

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