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Old 03-18-05, 07:27 PM Thread Starter   #1
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First 'real' h20 setup complete!


Well just completed my 1/2" h20 setup! Stuff i got is an RBX all copper cpu block, eheim 1250 pump, single 120mm rad, t + y fittings. ATM i just switched to a 3300 amd 64 i pulled out of an HP computer. My 2800 was killing me with the 9x multi and value ram. ATM i am idling at 24c loads hitting 33c prime stable so far at 250x10. Gonna get pics up hopefully if i can get a hold of a digital camera!

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pics?

Do you hear a different in noise when you switch to WC?

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Yup its called noise outside my apartment! lol no more hearing a loud HSF that sounds like a vacuum!

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man! i cant wait for my rad to show up tomorro!!!! quiet WC and get my rpessy 3.2 @ 4ghz with out heat issues!!!! and push my pc4000 OCZ ram!!

nice job and get those pics up

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