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Old 06-06-2004, 11:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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im lookin to buy an aquarius 3 water cooling kit and im plannin on modding it abit extra radiator etc, but i dont know if it comes with a gpu or northbridge blocks or i would have to buy aswel. also the water block that it does cos with seems pretty standard and says that it fits on all different sockets but as my amd mobo doesnt have the four holes around the cpu i dont know if it will fit or if i will have to buy another one. if any1 could spread sum ligh on this i would be very greatful.

also i remember monster00 talkin about gettin a compressor for his kit?did u actually get one? if it helped can u give me some details plz? thanks
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