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Old 04-10-2005, 06:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so im going to be ordering my watercoling and a new case and ps in the next day or so and i need to see if this looks good. i think i am gonna go with a thermaltake shark case cause they arnt to flashy and i like the honeycomb pattern on the side even though u cant see as much as a window=/. then i am gonna get a enermax 600w noisetaker sli ps which i am getting at a local shop with the case for 300 if that looks good to you guys...then for the watercooling i am gonna go with:

The Danger Den SLI Kit Solution using two (2) Acetal MAZE4GPU - 116.95
Black Ice XtremeII Radiator - 102.00
Tygon 3603 Tubing - 8ft@23.20 [want to make sure i have plenty]
Danger Den Dual 5 1/4" Bay Reservoir - 31.95
Zerex Super Coolant - 4.50
Evercool Aluminum 120mm Fan - 2@23.90 [for rad]
TDX and D4 - 108.75 [bundle deal right now, save 19.19]
total of 411.25 for watercooling so a bit over 700 total=/

i am just gonna use the stock case fans as i find them to be adequite and with wc im sure it will be much quieter than my current case which has 5 120mm fans rigged to it...=/ [i think this ultra ps is almost as loud as the 6800s:| not quite but close]

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Old 04-10-2005, 07:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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congrats. Overclock it, with that expensive cooling. :P

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