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Old 11-04-2006, 06:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, i'm back again on the topic of water cooling... i'm obviously interested in doing so... but only for my cpu... and nothing more, i'm not looking at anything super fancy... just something to keep my e6600 at a nice steady 30-35 degrees idol at 3.0 ghz... i'm sure thats not too much to ask for....

so if anyone could just link my some pumps, radiators, tubes and all tat it would be much appreciated... i'll probably be buying it after i get an x-fi and a new case... seeing as this case is small.. and sucks with airflow
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check out OCAU. if you sign up to the forums have a look in the extreme cooling section. these guys are hardcore overclockers and will set you on the right track. i think Cathar (inventor of half of Swiftech's waterblocks including the Storm) moderates the extreme cooling section too
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Or you can try petra's tech shop. I hear they have good watercooling kits:
http://www.petrastechshop.com/wacoki.html
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ya, i already had a good share of viewing at petratechshop already, great site
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well if that is all you want to do it is just as easy as creating a loop from : pump to cpu water block, to radiator, and back to pump. Along with the resivor in there somewhere.
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yeah extreme wiht help and they will show you some DIY stuff for like a radiator and shourds outtaa gladware.. hahah but yeah its no joke and i plan to do some of the stuff they say... that will same me some muuullaaaa!
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yeah extreme wiht help and they will show you some DIY stuff for like a radiator and shourds outtaa gladware.. hahah but yeah its no joke and i plan to do some of the stuff they say... that will same me some muuullaaaa!
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Use a Aquaxtreme 50Z Pump, T-line, MP-1 water block, And either the Black Ice Xtreme 1x120mm rad or the Swiftech MCR-220 2x120mm rad

Other than that get some kind of water cooling additive, PTS has something like 5 different kinds, and then between 4-6 feet of 7/16 masterkleer tubing. All these parts can be had from www.petrastechshop.com

They are local to me and both my case and entire w/c loop is from them.
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for my new setup im using the radiator and waterblock that comes with the kandalf lcs and replacing all the other stuff

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