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Old 11-07-2003, 04:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post Water cooling - asetek waterchill

Anyone here ever installed a watercooling sytem? how about the Asetek WaterChill kit? From all the reviews I have read - it is a killer system with compability for many chips/boards. I have an Asus P4C800D m/b and P4 2.8 800mhz cpu. I have read that you may have to do some mods for the chipset cooler, as well as possible case mods for the radiator. Wondering if anyone has had any experience with anything like this.



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i've never done it.. but check out pcextreme.net, they usually have a lot of cool projects going on there along with what their doing and how they're doing it, maybe you can pick up a few tips
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