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sam

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Jun 19, 2001
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winnipeg, canada
i want to slap a waterblock on my chip set.... but if i hook it up inline with my main waterblock wont the water coming off of this block/pelt combo be too hot to cool the chipset?
 

mudguts

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Apr 23, 2001
Location
San Francisco Bay Area
Why dont you use a "T" fitting and divert some of the cool water coming from your rad to the northbridge chip. I believe this is called " in series". I wanna do that too eventually.
 
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William

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i think A blorb is the best idea. The cooling they offer is more than sufficient for a chipset, especially a northbridge.