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Old 06-22-2005, 06:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im going to watercool my next pc, and I want someone to put a kit together for me thats aprox 150 dollars or less.

make sure it has everything i need in it.

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you're not gonna get anything good for that price

if you got $150, then your best bet IMO is to go with the zalman 7700cu (quiet as hell & cools great) and a tube of AS5 (should cost around $60?)
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you're not gonna get anything good for that price

if you got $150, then your best bet IMO is to go with the zalman 7700cu (quiet as hell & cools great) and a tube of AS5 (should cost around $60?)

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D4 pump = $75
TDX block = $50

there's $125 right there, so now you got $25 to get tubing and a radiator or heatercore....good luck

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Have you seen the new D5 pump around Nubius, better flow with less noise and heat, same price. Too bad it came out a couple weeks after I got the D4.

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=23&page=1
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Have you seen the new D5 pump around Nubius, better flow with less noise and heat, same price. Too bad it came out a couple weeks after I got the D4.
Yeah I've heard about it for a few weeks now, I thought it was still the D4 but had another number or letter attached to it like D4-A or something lol

like you I bought my D4 not too long before they decided to come out with that pump =/ oh well
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