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Liquid Cooling/Water Cooling

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by J-Man, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. J-Man

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    Can anyone tell me which is better and can link me to a site how to do a water or liquid cooling setup please. Post pictures please of your setup if you can :).
     
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    Anyone?/
     
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    liquid cooling is watercooling.

    Unless you're using liquid nitrogen, but i don't think that's a long-term solution!

    http://www.extreme.outervision.com/flowdesigner.jsp

    There are a lot of watercooling kits out there, but make sure you don't go for a cheap one, because it will be no better than air cooling. Swiftech and dangerden are the best two to go for, but they come at a price.
     
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    Swiftech actually has an apogee all in one kit on newegg for around $150USD.

    http://www.frozencpu.com has all kinds of information that you are looking for.
     
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    just thought i would show u my set up its only basic tho :D thats an xspc kit by the way
     

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    If noone else has told you, Thermaltake Bigwater sucks.
    Thats just what ive heard from several people from round here...

    I guess it ties in with what infrared says about how you get what you pay for
     
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    Join the XSPC crew, UK brand, good and brilliant value also :)

    Just google XSPC
     
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    8000 pounds :eek:
     
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    Actually I reccomend not using water but a non conductive coolant and the best coolers usually are built one piece at a time from the best parts. I tried thermaltake liquid cooling before I went custom and it cooled no better than a Zalaman or Big typhoon.
     
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    I couldn't say it better A cheap cooler is like putting a time bomb inside your case.
     

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