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Old 06-07-2005, 06:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which is the best liquid cooling solution to use with a Thermaltake Kandalf?

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Old 06-07-2005, 08:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thats a full tower, so anything is ideal. Its not about the case, its about $$. Never let a case limit you. I would check out Dangerden's WCS. Since Thermaltakes arent very good. But if you want something simple, whithout demanding results. Thermaltakes big water works just fine.

I suggest PM Nubius, he has a Thermaltake WCS for sale.

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he has the bigwater but i dont think he has it for sale anymore unless hes still using air. i was an idiot and didnt have enough money to buy it.
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PP - I have had a danger den setup for a couple weeks now:

Yeah yeah the waters'll be red when I go to AMD64 because I didn't put enough dye in this last time around in fear of killing performance.

I still have that bigwater, but I'll probably use it to cool a pelt and see how far I can push this XP-M once I go AMD64, but I'll only need it for that little bit then can probaly get rid of it after that.....I probably won't be able to do that little experiment until a month from now though.
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