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Old 03-16-2008, 02:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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true he is the guru, also I found that video review on that bad cooler



70 degrees OUCH!
it was actually 84 C...

but thats because it was a Q6600 @ 3.5 ghz lol
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Jesus that kit is such crap, The pump pushes 210 liters an hour.

My D5 pushes 1200

Also, I love how it got a "Great" rating :P
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Jesus that kit is such crap, The pump pushes 210 liters an hour.

My D5 pushes 1200
xD so does mine!

but dude, that doesn't mean the kit is necessarily bad since you can always make the loop really short, thus the flow rate doesn't have to be very good...
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I can't believe he gives its a great (thats a 6-7) but I think it deserves a 4, but its a nice thing that its already assembled
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I think im gunna buy an audio card before watercooling. Im getting 84$ over spring break, so ill put that towards an audio card. Ill wait till I get a job then buy w4t3r c00l1ng. (like my hacker talk?! lol) I idle 42c with my A7F pro
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I idle around 32 at 3.7 on my E2200 xD
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thats awesome dude! I cant ever stay stable with my E8400 past 3.4ghz lol. You definatly water cool, right? (how do u spell difnately)!
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Danger Den Community Website - Home

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I have been rather unimpressed with there newest block designs.

The rbx and the tdx are almost identical, and then the new mc-tdx is identical to the last tdx excpet they used pins this time...
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you guys wanna like build me a setup? like pick out all the parts? I want to cool mainly just the cpu, maybe video card too. Like put up all the links for EVERYTHING I would need. thanks guys! (im a noob at watercooling brands and all of that. thanks again
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