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    Thermaltake Aquarius II

    Found one of craigslist for $20. How much heat can it handle. I'm running a 9850BE and want to OC. Would that little thing even handle the stock heat load.
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    "Friends don't let friends buy thermaltake [watercooling products]." is the last thing I heard about thermaltake from water cooling section.

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    Nice to know.
    I'm only asking cuz my ghetto pump broke. And I figure its time to do things right. Guess I'll have to start over. Again
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    here is a rewiew of the aquarius *EDITED per OP request*

    edit

    thanks @ LutaWicasa for removing that link
    it's aprichiated :-))
    Last edited by jr1; 06-14-09 at 03:21 PM.
    Mobo : M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3
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    Psu : ocz fatality 700w
    Cpublock : Swiftech apogee xt
    Pump : mcp655
    Rad : Sr1 480
    Res : swiftech microres v1
    Fittings : various kompression and barbs
    tubing : primoflex pro white
    http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=64622

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    do not go to the website that was just linked by by jr1 .
    multiple trojans , phishing pages and viruses
    697+ water coolled systems built , 0 leaks

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    ops ( was gone say some few stronger words ) that i didn't know
    i haven't seen anything here so far luckily
    Mobo : M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3
    Cpu : amd p2 X6 1100T @ 3.827 ghz
    Ram : ocz platinum 7 7 7 20 ddr 3 4gb
    Vga : asus 2X asus GTX 560 directcu2
    Psu : ocz fatality 700w
    Cpublock : Swiftech apogee xt
    Pump : mcp655
    Rad : Sr1 480
    Res : swiftech microres v1
    Fittings : various kompression and barbs
    tubing : primoflex pro white
    http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=64622

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudajama View Post
    Nice to know.
    I'm only asking cuz my ghetto pump broke. And I figure its time to do things right. Guess I'll have to start over. Again
    there is no such thing as doing things right and be using thermaltake stuff.

    it may be cheap but spend the 20 on good stuff.
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    Good deal. Thanx
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