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I need a decent water cooling system and water block for my 8800 gt

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by trt740, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. trt740

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    so you're finally going water? :)
     
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    considering, seriously considering, but it looks like a totaL PAIN IN THE ASS.
     
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    Just sent you a pm...it includes more than a half bottle of PC Ice, one of the best coolants on the market.
     
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    how much you looking at spending ?
     
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    humm everyones selling this I starting to wonder why.
     
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    okay never mind after reading several reviews this won't outperform my thermalright ultra extreme and I need something that will.
     
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    looking to spend say 150.00
     
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    got it peete thx
     
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    trt740 for overclocking that you like to do I would say around 250-300 would be a better budget.
     
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    When you finally do it you'll find out that it's not.
     
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    it's less than air imo, less dust to clean :)
    other than that, just refill the res from time to time
     
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    Oh and they sell this tubing at Lowe's/Homedepot that has nylon inside of it. I have found it to be the best tubing because you can take hard hard hard turns with it.
     
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    I'm only selling mine because air cooling offers more airflow to my motherboard. Honestly, out of the great air cooling I've used (Enzotech Ultra-X, AC Freezer 7 and Zalman 9700), this watercooling works significantly better on load than any of these.
     
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    I agree. My H20-120 Premium allowed me to run 1.6v thru my 6000+ without breaching 50C. I did put a better fan on it tho. 110cfm Silverstone with a controller.
     

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