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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Tomcat81970, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. Tomcat81970

    Tomcat81970 New Member

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    Well i just ordered this (link below) for my q6600 and x1900xtx.

    http://www.petrastechshop.com/pecodaloed.html



    but i was wondering if this (link below) would be compatible with my DFI P35 T2R (one without the transpiper and heatpipes)?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835108079


    idk if i need it or not, but from what i have been told is that the ram controller is on the chip set for the p35 and it gets very hot at a higher fsb. Its a cheap solution... also ill probably order a second cheap radiator (something arround this... http://www.xoxide.com/80mmradiator.html) to go inbetween the chipset and the gpu, otherwise if i dont order the chipset cooler, ill just stick to the dual 120m radiator that comes with the kit.
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    intel igent New Member

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    dont waste your money on that small rad :shadedshu

    couldnt say if the mcw-30 would fit your board without seeing it ;)
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    it should work the board uses pins like AMD, not the spring like INTEL. if not im shure you could whip something up real quick :)

    i wouldnt suggest you to run all your components on that single 120.2

    :toast:

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