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Whats the best water cooling kit?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by AsphyxiA, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. AsphyxiA

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    hey guys, want to clock my AMD X2 4200+ to 3.0 ghz and cool my NB, and video card. So whats the best kit or which parts would be the best to buy individually? Thanks


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    Danger Den probably are the best blocks you can buy. Swiftech pumps are your best bet I would say. They have make good all around water parts and make nice kits. You would want a 1/2 system aswell. Hardware labs make really good raditators.

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    As a kit the Swiftech Antarctica L30 is one of the best... But you'll still be better off ordering your stuff though dangerden as those are, ehh, custom kits. lol. Heatercores are said to own radiators, but I use a BIXII myself and I can run passively.
     
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    first of all where do you live north america or europe?
     
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    DangerDen is the best. :D
     
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    for a "kit" nothing beats the swiftech extreme

    what do you want to accomplish with your water cooling?
     
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    just a better all around perf. without tons of heat
     
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    The Swiftech Storm seems to be the best lately, though Danger Den has great offers too...
     
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    how bout koolance exos2
     
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    Koolance setups aren't nowhere near as good as custom 1/2 id setups.
     
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    best kit is the one you put together yourself .. procooling has great forums with watercooling info
     
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    indeed
     
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    that isnt watercooling and i think the xp-90c/zalman cnps-9500 outperforms it
     
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    alphacool rules
     
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    There is Asetek watercooling kits on that website, and they do make some of the best kits.
     
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    the best commercial waterblock on the market is the swiftech storm .. i imported one to germany and i must say i love it and it's worth the money ..
     
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