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Old 04-01-2007, 04:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so i had my own custom watercooling setup figured out then i saw this

Danger Den :: Water Cooling Kits :: NVIDIA Recommended Kit

i like all the parts it comes with, but i need some second opinions

so is it worth it or not?
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much more better :-)

On a random note, I just gave away that same danger den water cooling kit at my lan party yesterday... :-P
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kk ill look more into it, but can you tell me why its better excatly?
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The pump is better, the radiator is bigger, and the block more effectively cools dual core cpus than traditional cpu blocks as per the way the water flows across it instead of just hitting the middle

For example, in a single core cpu, the die is directly in the middle but in a dual core they sit side by side with no die in the middle,

+ = core
- = empty space

Single Core

-
+
-

Dual Core

+
-
+

Hopefully that made sense to you...
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kk thanks for the inputill definatly check it out
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