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Water Cooling Kits/Systems

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by boecke, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. boecke

    boecke New Member

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    Well basically my system gets way too hot and the video card reaches around 70 degrees celcius under load (I'm getting a CrossFire card too so :Z), I want an effective and cheap cooling system (who doesn't?)

    It has to be a kit though, something like the ZALMAN ones but something a bit nicer.
    What do you guys think is the best system?

    Thanks guys,
    boecke
     
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    I've heard dangerden is quite good too, but one quick thing: you do realise it's completely normal for a graphics card to get above 70C? Mine gets hotter than that, GPUs can run fine over 80C in most cases.
     
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    Yep, my X1800XT hits 74C with an Accelero X2 on it. Btw, if you have the money, I suggest Dangerden's full coverage gpu water block(s). Cools the gpu, ram and vregs.
     

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