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Old 11-27-2007, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone im building a new computer for my friend and i was going to overclock the cpu and i also want it to look cool. so iv decided to get him watercooling and i have my eye on two that are in budget
this one Thermaltake Bigwater 735 Liquid Cooling Kit CL-W0075
and this one Swiftech H20-120 Compact CPU Liquid Cooling Kit which one would you get. oh and ill have a dual core cpu
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Well, unfortunately they both suck.

Your best bet is to piece together a custom kit or shell out the cash for the swiftech apex ultra
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yeh but which ones better even if they both suck
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their both out of stock.
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oh yeh ill call them up or something or ill buy it somwhere else
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nothing else is worth buying.
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im from Australia so i can't buy from there
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They will ship overseas...
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ok cool ill have to check that out
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but anyway this is the system iv put together now

Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 CPU, 2.2 GHz, FSB 800MHz, 2MB Cache, LGA775
$160.00AUD


Gigabyte GA-G33M-DS2R M/b - G33, 1333MHz FSB, Dual DDR2-1066
$169.00AUD


G.Skill 2GB PC-6400 800Mhz F2-6400CL5D-2GBNQ
$95.00AUD


Samsung 500GB 'HD501LJ' HDD - SATA II 16MB 3YR warranty
$150.00AUD


ASUS 18x DRW-1814BLT BLACK SATA LIGHTSCRIBE
$59.00AUD


Enermax Liberty 620 Watt ATX ELT620AWT Gamer
$198.00AUD


Sparkle 8800GT 512MB DDR3 Cool-pipe 3
$395.00AUD


Thermaltake LANBOX Black with handle/window VF1000BWS
$184.00AUD
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