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Thermaltake Silent Water II

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  1. djbbenn New Member

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  2. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    Would you recommend this or the Corsair Nautilus?
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    Never used the Corsair unit... Though it's nicer looking, and has a lot better specs.

    -Dan
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    I am seriously considering this if I go for water cooling.
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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Good review. Depending on how much it is, I may be grabbing one of these.
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    Nice read Dan look forward to more reveiws from your desk:respect:
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    This is a 150 bucks at compusa, if I put a GPU block on it would it be worth the cost>?
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    The Silent Water (not sure about 2) is $59.99 at newegg right now, much cheaper.
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    They're not even out yet afaik (just the first version)... We're just waiting for a response from TT on their price.

    I doubt you could find a GPU block that uses 5mm ID outlets... There's not much pressure with a 72l/hr pump either. That's one downside of this cooler.

    -Dan
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    I was thinking I might have to make an adaptor, but after what you have just said, not buying/I'm still thinking about a kit from DangerDen I think its the best way to go.
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    Nicely done Dan ... :toast:
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    Ditto - good review!
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    Great review, but I have a question. On page 4, the 132W-graph shows the temperature at load for the Silent Water II is 34 degrees while at 107W it's 38 degrees. Are you sure this is correct?
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    Thanks... Nice find test0r - fixed.

    -Dan

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