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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by TcrackerX, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. TcrackerX New Member

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    Well I'm a n00b at cooling. But is watercooling worth it for your video card. I'm really interested becuase I feel like spending money lol. Anyways what do I need for this? People say from what I heard that buying a whole watercooled setup doesn't inprove much but its better to by it piece by piece. Can you guys tell me some good parts I can get and brands or something. I don't really care much about the processor because the fan on that is really quiet. Its my x1800 is so loud..
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    problem solved: http://www.thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/All-In-One/cl-w0052/cl-w0052.asp
    just have to find a place that sells it near you, dont know if its and good tho, going to buy one about christmas time cant yet as have to save for bike :D

    EDIT: they also do an upgraded one for SLI or Crossfire if you require it

    EDIT 2: LOL only just noticed you guys did a review on this, any good?
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    I would get a single 120mm radiator and a semi-high flow pump, about 5ft of tubing (for just a video card, i'd do 3/8th", if you plan to add your cpu in, go with 1/2"), zip ties, reservoir, and a fair waterblock.. You should be fine with that.. should run you about $220~ if you get an expensive wb. $180~ on the lower side of the price scale..

    dont do the thermaltake thing, i dont think that will handle the heat from the x1xxx series very well.. you'd be better off going with a seperate system.

    **Heres a part list, $192~ @ xoxide.com.

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