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Old 06-19-2006, 06:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey im new to the board and posting my first. I am switchen out some things on comp and wanted to know if anyone has installed any of the danger den liquid cooling components.
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get to the point you must have something in mind i guess. there are a fair few members around the site who swear by dangerden. pleased to see you're interested in doing this "the right way" rather than the usual thing people do.....look for the cheapest thing they can buy.
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danger den is a great company. i strongly reccomend their products as far as cooling goes. make sure and get a kit that cools all of the parts that you need it to, CPU, GPU...etc...
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Well the reason for my asking was I wanted to get more opinions on the matter before shellin the money. I have been saving my money for this and this will fianlly complete my comp. So.... I am very cautious-hard to find many who even do liquid cooling right. Thanks for the replies tho.
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sorry what i meant was that i thought by the way you wrote your post you had a particular product in mind. i don't know dangerden products very well but i do know they are good quality.
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i would reccomend a storm over a DD CPU block, even though the TDX is really good. What components do you plan on buying? T line or res?
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