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Old 05-15-2007, 09:54 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Every part I suggested is just as good as, if not better than anything swiftech or danger den has available.
yes, but Petra uses most of the same parts that Swiftech and DangerDen uses. Like the black ice pro radiator and stuff. But perhaps one of my favorite blocks is the TDX from DD. Petras is the place to go if your looking for friendly and easy service though. DD is all pretty much do it yourself.

And tell Petras they need to get my EK reservoirs in...gosh. I need some soon. O well, i can get them from performance-pcs.
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Old 05-15-2007, 03:48 PM   #22 (permalink)
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ok so i get this kit:Petra's Tech Shop. Do i change the options or leave as they are? and i get this for my graphics card: Petra's Tech Shop.

Have i got that right? Anything else i need? Oh and also how low do the temperature go ?
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Well, pick how loud you want the fans to be, slow, med, fast = quiet, loud, noisy.

And aside form that you should be set.

You'll probly get temps around 30 degrees depending on the ambient

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30 degrees at load? that is good, it means its over 30 degrees lower then it is now at load. oh and btw the sys and pwm fans, what are they?
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yeah thats wat a good watercooling set can do vs air lol
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Oh and also, what about power? Do i need a converter or anything? I am in the UK
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no dont think so
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