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Old 12-04-2008, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is liquid cooling very popular? Do much people use it? or does it suck?
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popular to the entusiasts...

no it does not suck ... it keeps temps alot lower at full load
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watercooling is very effective and popular... it can be quite expensive for a high performance setup tho
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$300 for a good loop
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its popular because it's extremely effective, can be very quiet, and looks awesome.
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300ish for a good loop (as third mentioned)
30ish for a good fin

depends you a few things
A: your wallet
B: your enthusiasm
C: your intent
D: ???
E: your mojo (chicks dig water cooling)
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lolz @ chicks diggin' h20
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They're all like "oOo, water in your computer? isnt that dangerous?" and im all like "yeah baby, but i live for danger"...

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you could also purchase the swiftech kit or DD kit
Danger Den 4101 NVIDIA Recommended 120mm Complete CPU Water Cooling Kit
Swiftech H20-220 Apex Ultra 240mm Complete Water Cooling Kit
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$300 my butt.

Awesome kit for the price!
Part of it is out of stock but should be back by next week.
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