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Cooling Water Cooling a Asus P5Q-EM

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Asulc, 11 Oct 2008.

  1. Asulc

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    What water blocks would work to cool the north and south bridges of the Asus P5Q-EM motherboard? It has a G45 north bridge and a ICH10R south bridge. I know that it is overkill to water cool them, but just would still like to know what blocks would work. I am thinking this EK block would work on the north bridge, and possibly on the south bridge as well.

    Thank you for all the help!
     
  2. tominated

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    i'm in the same boat, except with a p5q-vm
     
  3. Asulc

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    I know that someone will say that we should just get a P45 or something, but I would like to have a smaller computer this time. I am tired of having an ATX motherboard, with 7 slots, and only using two of them, covering 3 (double slot graphics card, sound card). I would like to go conservative and back down to mATX, but still have it be really nice.
     
  4. Asulc

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    Bump? Anyone?
     
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