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Old 03-28-2009, 09:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Looks promising. Can't wait to see the rest.
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it does look very nice.

if you need any help we can give you some
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Looks good aspire...

That's a lot of reserved posts lol...
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it does look very nice.

if you need any help we can give you some
I'd prefer to do it all myself. This is something I've been putting off doing for way too long.

Thanks for the offer though.

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Looks good aspire...

That's a lot of reserved posts lol...
There's a ton of information to be added...

****Pump Section Added****
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sweet, finally we get a good water cooling guide.

some body should make a watercooling social group too
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****Radiator Information added****

****CPU Block Information added****

(Might get around to GPU blocks tonight, we'll see. According to Word, I'm at 1700 words already...)


Water Block, Reservoir, and Tubing sections will be up Sunday Afternoon.
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Awesome so far. However, the parts I really need most (tubing, barbs, T-line info, and installation tips) aren't up yet. I look forward to reading them.
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Hey what about the oil cooled section.



Looks great will be very nice to be able to refer people to this and will save you a bunch of time it the future. Not to mention the fact that you can say "don't you read the stickies noob?"
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Hey what about the oil cooled section.

I can help him with that section.



Oil Cooling:

Should I do it?

NO.
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