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Old 01-21-2007, 05:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I built my PC about 2-3 weeks ago and loving it. At the momment my CPU is running at stock speed, 2.66(QX6700). Since my PC has been running stable, I want to crank up the speeds just a bit. At the momment Im using a CM Stacker 830, but Im interested in a CoolIT TEC Eliminator/Freezone cooler. My question is, will it fit the 830 with the four side fans in place? My over-all goal was to keep the four side fans in to cool my videocards and chipset while the TEC manages my CPU. Thanks for the help!
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The coolit system, from what Ive heard doesnt have the ability to effectively cool a high end cpu in an overclocked enviroment.

If you note, it uses a very small radiator and fan combination and is designed to run off your computers internal psu. SOmething a high power tec system would never be able to do.

A good tec cooler requires between 200 and 400 W of power. They are notoriously inefficient and straight water cooling with a high end kit would be much more beneficial in an enviroment such as yours.

May i reccomend this kit.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/pecosliel.html

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that seems good, I was only looking into the previous CoolIT items because I have never installed a water cooling system. I'll definately look into that petra kid.
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Im local to them, and i got my loop from them.

Theyre a great couple of guys and really take what they do seriously.

Also to help, they include a set of assembly instructions with each kit.

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