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Old 10-10-2004, 04:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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has anybody here seen the Thermaltake Bigwater cooling system?
if you have, what do you think of it?
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got a link to it? Haven't heard of it, but I know they produce a variety of water cooling kits and thermaltake is a pretty reputable brand.
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http://www.thermaltake.com/watercool...r/cl-w0005.htm This?

Well my mouth is watering lol. It looks pretty sweet. If it came with a gpu block I'd buy it. The coolant it comes with is a plus too. Also you have a choice of installing it outside your case which is good if you have high case temps or no room for a 120mm fan and radiator.
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damn that thing is a beast, lol
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Yeah come to think of it I have seen that. Looks pretty good and a solid CPU water block is definitely a plus. Like musjunk said though it could definitely use a VGA block, but oh well shouldn't cost too much to get an extra one of those if you're really worried about i
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yeah that's the one, I was thinking of getting it, and a GPU waterblock too to cool my future 6800 GT and Athlon 64 3800+ or 4000+ and then overclocking them
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When is this 4000+ you're speaking of hitting the stores? And how much?
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the 4000+ is gona be 727 or around there. duno when gona be in stores, but not to long
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I live in Australia where the cheapest 3800+ is $995
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Well thats the same I guess, Our dollar is worth more than your dollar so really were both paying the same, but taxes and tariffs and stuff like that also change the price.
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