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  1. lucasweir

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    hi everyone, i recently decideed i need watercooling ha.

    i wanna push my E6300 farther.

    i need everything to make a complete loop

    pump, rad, tubing, cpu block, possibly nb block(DFI P35), etc...

    looking to spend around 150-250
     
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    anyone know what size my p35 lanparty boards NB is?
     
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    How about a Coolit Elimantor :p great for the CPU
     
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    i have a pump ill sell cheap the rest of my loop sold late last night,if you buy the pump ill give you the tubing and clamps free
     
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    I doubt you will need a water northbridge cooler, modern northbridges don't have much in terms of heat problems, and a fanless copper cooler or high riser style air cooler should be more than enough.

    In my for sale thread I have a 2x80mm radiator, a 1/4 inch CPU block, and a GPU block (if you were considering that). The 1/4 inch CPU block probably isn't in the performance category you're looking for, and the 2x80mm rad would be a little low for a quad setup (with decent fans it would definitely do a single block dual core CPU loop), but each is considerably cheaper than higher performing options. Also have some coolant, neither is extremely high performance, but it would work great for a budget loop.

    If you're interested, here it is:
    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=86556
     
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    I'm not using my Danger Den kit anymore:

    MC-TDX CPU block + NB block both w/1/2" high flow barbs (for 975 NB, but you could fashion a mounting for it)
    Blue Primoflex 1/2" tubing + UV clamps
    Black Ice Extreme III 120.3 radiator with 1/2" high-flow barbs
    Danger Den DD12 pump (same as Swiftech MCP655)
    and a never opened bottle of PrimoChill UV blue and a small bottle of PT Nuke.

    Let me know what parts you would want so we could work up a price...

    Any other interested parties, PM me as well.
     

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