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Old 04-29-2005, 03:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Introductory Guide to Watercooling

There's only a couple people here who know fairly well what goes into a water cooling setup. I thought that we needed a nice indepth guide to water cooling and have it a sticky along with the Overclocking guide.

No I'm not writing one myself

Please go to the link(s) below regarding any and every water cooling question you may have. It is very thorough and well written.

Watercooling Basics
AC/DC Pump Guide
International Online Watercooling Retailers

A Special thanks to MaxxxRacer of Xtremesystems for writing the above content.

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Woohoo, I didn't realize DMo had infact made it a sticky. Thanks DMo....assuming you see this lol
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Nice Guide here also thatnk you for making it a sticky.
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that's nice, i had some qustions too, i wanna get water cooling on my next system....
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Woo nice, now I just need to read it and not browse over it.
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Default Guide to Online Water Cooling Stores

Here is a nice little guide over at XS for some good websites that sell water cooling gear. It's a nice little list.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=67179
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Default *NEW* Guide to Watercooling

Here is a little guide that is an update to Nubius' water cooling guide. This also covers leak testing, and will be covering coolant in due time. Coolant is certainly one thing that is overlooked by nearly everyone who watercools.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=54331
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That was a long weekends worth of work. I think I will need to read it on the weekend.
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