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Old 05-13-2007, 03:09 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Buy this kit as the base for it, and depending on what gfx card.

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Ill direct you to which gpy block you should buy.
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Buy this kit as the base for it, and depending on what gfx card.

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Ill direct you to which gpy block you should buy.
ok well my specs are in my sig. Its a geforce 7900GTX, my cpu is amd athlon x2 4800+. And also will this kit be good for overclocking as well (i may OC in future). IS there a UK based shop/website selling those cooling kit?
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what sort of site lists prices *** 'call for info' these days, are they ****ing retarded? you should **** them up their big black asses and buy from somewhere respectable eg; aria.co.uk
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what sort of site lists prices *** 'call for info' these days, are they ****ing retarded? you should **** them up their big black asses and buy from somewhere respectable eg; aria.co.uk
Instead of insulting them why don't you provide me with an option from this computer hardware, components, systems and peripherals at the lowest prices from IT supplier Aria Technology then to help answer my question... Throwing around profanities does not help.
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Petrastechshop ships worldwide at cost.

For a 7900gtx i would reccomend this block.
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Total cost for that loop would be 350 plus shipping

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what about for my CPU block? and also do i have to buy specific coolant for this or can i buy ones here in england?
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Look at my earlier post, I did link to the kit I recommended. That kit includes everything you need, aside form a bottle of distilled water.
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swifttech and dangerden are the best brands to use to make a water coolin setup. i try to stick with there products.
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Every part I suggested is just as good as, if not better than anything swiftech or danger den has available.
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yeah petras is good too sorry, really good
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