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Complete Water Kit Wanted

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MsNath

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Feb 4, 2001
Ok I am now considering going to water cooling. However, I have told myself I am not going with water unless I can get below 0c.

As this is my first water attempt I don't want to be messing around buying components from a half dozen places.

If someone can point me in the direction of a high quality “complete” kit this would be appreciated.

My current setup is a KT7A-RAID and a 1.333GHZ T-bird
 
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Kryten

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MsNath (Apr 20, 2001 09:43 a.m.):
Ok I am now considering going to water cooling. However, I have told myself I am not going with water unless I can get below 0c.

As this is my first water attempt I don't want to be messing around buying components from a half dozen places.

If someone can point me in the direction of a high quality “complete” kit this would be appreciated.

My current setup is a KT7A-RAID and a 1.333GHZ T-bird

Are you looking for 0c @ idle or full load?
It will probably be suggested a few times to you but I will start it off DangerDen would fit that bill.
 
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MsNath

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Feb 4, 2001
I'm over at SwiftTech checking out what they offer. But already I am not happy. They say, "Complete Kit" then the fine print says no CPU Cooler.

So I look at their Block MCW462-B and it says it's for use with techs but it doesn't come with one.

So then I have to figure out which tech and whether to use a double or single cold plate and ......

Why do I get the feeling If I order this I will wait 3 weeks to recieve it and when I start to build it I will still find Im short some important part.

Has anyone bought from these guys?

While I wait to here about swiftTech I'm going to head over to Danger Den.