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Old 11-03-2006, 04:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need cheap watercooling for ocing 775 processors
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oops sry ummm
les than 100 idk i want a kit to do myself i guess
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Old 11-03-2006, 06:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What kind of budget do you have for this... what do you consider 'cheap'?

Are you planning on buying a kit with everything included, or pieceing together your own system?

You need to give more info that the bland request for help you originally posted.
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again, someone after cheap watercooling. watercooling should either be done "properly" or not at all. you may also want to mention what country you live in or will be buying this in seeing as there MANY countries that use the dollar, all with a different value. cheap watercooling just isn't worth the risks involved really. if you have to go really cheap i guess one of the TT kits will do, the Bigwater SE, Bigwater 735 or 745. DO NOT get a second hand kit that is only called "Bigwater". that is the original version and is prone to leaks.
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Like nitestick said if you are going to do it do it right,Stay away from cheap stuff as said like the TT kit's,If you are thinking about something like that save your money and just go buy a good heatsink as they will do the same job as those cheap kit's
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I live in the USA
i was thinking about purchasing this

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=371237
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