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Modding water coolin help

Discussion in 'Modding' started by perkins teh modder, 14 Dec 2007.

  1. perkins teh modder

    perkins teh modder What's a Dremel?

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    i need help wit water cooling! im new to the whole thing, and i was wonderin if you guys could suggest a few websites or products to make it easier for me, because to tell you the truth, im pretty much lost:sigh:

    anyway, it would really help!:thumb:
     
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  2. Thacrudd

    Thacrudd Where's the any key?!?

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  3. DaveVader

    DaveVader Fast Action Response Team

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    maybe you should do a lot more reading up before you do then? Im sure there is some helpful stuff on here (I will find a link)

    Watercooling is tricky, I've been looking into it for ages, best parts to use, how to, etc. etc. and I still feel new to the whole thing.
     
  4. perkins teh modder

    perkins teh modder What's a Dremel?

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    it did help thx
     
  5. radodrill

    radodrill Resident EI

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    DangerDen has a lot of information and a forum dedicated to watercooling.

    Great places to shop are Petra's Tech Shop and DangerDen

    The 2 owner/operators of Petra's Tech Shop are both very knowledgeable and would also be more than happy in helping you configure a good setup.

    The one biggest piece of advice I can offer is to avoid kits from the likes of Koolance and Thermaltake; they don't perform nearly as well as the quality components do.

    I stick with components from DangerDen, Swiftech, D-Tek, EK-Waterblocks, Hardware Labs, Thermochill, and LIANG.

    There's also a lot of good information floating around forums such as Bit-Tech.net, DIY-Street.com, XtremeSystems.org, and overclock.net; you may also want to check out the for sale sections, you might be able to get some of the components for less.
     
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