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    DFI LT x48.

    Im pretty sure im getting to go water. i want to w/c the nb, sb, and cpu.

    CPU i was thinking d-tek fusion v2

    sb and nb idk.
     
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    I think the EK got nice NB/SB blocks

    also does the SB even get hot ? if not I wouldnt put a wb on it I took off mine on my mobo cuz at 1.8v it doesnt even get the lil hs hot lol
     
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    sb, i dont know tbh, i have the board but havent even got to use it yet.

    is the cpu block a good one?
     
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    yeah its better then the v1
     
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    hence the reason for v2.

    i meant should i get that one or a different one? and what about the nb?
     
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    well kind of busy right now missing with vista :p

    but the v2 is a good block should be one of the best out you can get

    and look like on sidewinder they should have ek blocks
     
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    Swiftech MCP655-B Water Pump $79.99
    d-tek-fuzion-v2 $59.99
    Swiftech MCW30 $27.99
    Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Reservoir $19.99
    Total: $187.96
     
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    bump
     
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    Swiftech MCP655 12v DC Pump - Retail Version $79.95

    and idk if that chipset block is big enough to cover the NB cuz the NB has a cover like the CPUs right

    I would get this one EK Waterblocks EK-NF4 rev1.1 - Acetal cuz that other Swiftech MCW30 its just flat it doesnt got the idk what there called lol look at this one see where the water goes through on that one the MCW30 its just flat so idk if the EK well cool the NB more over that one, im sure it well cuz the water is not just going straight through
     
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    i was thinking either get that pump of rigging like a fish tank pump or something. im on a budget but i dont want to go super mega cheap.

    my gf said 100 so that leaves me with about $75 to spend of my own money.

    Im doing the same as cdawall and getting a heatercore instead of a rad.
     
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    could i make a reservoir out a that?
     
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    that would be perfect!

    but were can i get them?
     
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    hey i have both a rad and heatercore if you want to see what performs better in a true 1 on 1 comparo
     
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    hmm well heatercores are cheaper aren't they?
     
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    two heatercores cost the same as one rad
     
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    hmm, it says the dfi x48 lt is 11990 euro's
     
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    wow!
     
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    ok man me shaun and matt all think the container could work but its going to be a pain to add barbs
     
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    you can get barbs at the hardware store for like $2
     
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    ohh ok.
     
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    yea and i have some DD high flows
     
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    i am going to get the heatercores, and tubing friday, maybe the nalgene also
     
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