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Thermaltake Aquabay M3

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Thermaltake's Aquabay M3 watercooling reservoir is mounted in one 5.25" drive bay. It has a water level indicator and comes with all accessories required for installation. It was designed to go with Thermaltake's watercooling, but works with other systems as well. Its incredible price of about $25 makes it a great accessory for watercooling owners.

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  2. sumasage New Member

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    i am looking for a water cooling set that is not too expensive. I really hate to have air cooling in my system because of dust buildup problem. Would the M1 or M3 be a good way to go since they are cheap and i'm not looking to over clock? Would this provide the same cooling (temp) as a ~$50 heat sink? Thanks.


    P.S great review
     
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    Sumasage ... if you don't plan to oc then the Big Water would be a nice start to get your feet wet ... it cools slightly 2c to 3c better than air and TT has a new kit with the M3 added with the Big water kit... kits are nice but building your own is still the best way to go, once you go H20 .... :D
     
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