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OEM (iBuypower) Liquid Cooling Kit - $80

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by ascstinger, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. ascstinger

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  2. kyle2020 Guest

    looks like a cheap alternative to the H20-120 - not bad for those who want a first step into watercooling!
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    Looks like rubbish, the D4 kit that Petras had a couple weeks back would only cost a bit more, and perform leaps and bounds above that kit.
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    notice I said beginner ;)

    its quality stuff, but we all know diy does tend to do better. This is for those who dont want the hassle of building a loop right.
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    ..and for those of us that can't afford a nice loop. I've been looking at the Swiftech H20-220 cause it's what I can afford for liquid cooling and it looks manageable. I wish I could afford more but I have bills like the next guy:)
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    If your thinking about getting a water cooler like that, then just get a CooliT system.
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    get a domino alc and be happy :)
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    If your a novice looking to water cool I wouldn't waste my money on super budget all in one kits.

    Spend a few hours reading up on it and do it right the first time.

    The Swiftech H20-220 is a huge upgrade over that original kit, and compared to the Coolit as well.

    If you can't be bothered to spend a little time to research what your getting into, you deserve whatever trash kit you buy.
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    I am useing a very simular solution >the Asetek Liquid CPU Cooling System
    It is working well for me as a temporary solution till they make a head unit for my Vapo LS for my socket.I have no issue with 4GHZ-4.2GHZ on my set up and thats with out much fine tunning.
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    I see nothing wrong with using these for low cal PCs IMO, I'm making a second PC which is just for DL/media so no OC = perfect
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    Yes, but the H2O-220 Compact is $140.00 on Newegg and must be mounted outside on smaller cases. Being an owner of one, I can say it has it's issues as well. Every product has a price point/performance level and it's truly not a bad deal for a lower level rig.
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