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Old 08-24-2008, 09:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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what are you talking about... it has the super pi record.. lol i hit 9.9 sec or something like that
Wow my memory fails..
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Old 08-24-2008, 09:10 PM   #12 (permalink)
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i can't find that old super pi thread.. where did it go!
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Default Re: Is this a good starter watercooling kit?

yes that is a good water cooling kit, aspire recommends it a lot to people who want an easy but good water cooling solution.
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Default Re: Is this a good starter watercooling kit?

ok well I'll get the kit very soon. Wold ipick the high fan? There are 3 to choose from. Also, is distilled water all I need to buy? I think it comes with the additive. Also, will the kit fit well in an antec nine hundred? Thanks everyone.
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i can't find that old super pi thread.. where did it go!
it got moved or something. do a google search. there is also a new benchmark thread that i think we are supposed to post our results. but its different than before.
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all the benchmarking threads were unsticky now they only have 1 thread

Old SuperPI Thread
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the new thread doesn't get updated very often either
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ok well I'll get the kit very soon. Wold ipick the high fan? There are 3 to choose from. Also, is distilled water all I need to buy? I think it comes with the additive. Also, will the kit fit well in an antec nine hundred? Thanks everyone.
lol can anyone answer my questions?
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Ya, all you need is Distilled water and the biocide that comes with the kit.

Idk if it will fit on your antec 900.. you may have to mod something...I'm not sure.
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the new thread doesn't get updated very often either
Add them yourself on Zed's site then I'll try to get them, when somebody says, "added"
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