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CreePinG_DeatH_reverted

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Dec 22, 2000
Would it be smart to water cool the cpu, gpu, and anything else beneficial in one water cooling circuit? I mean, can the return line from the cpu be used to cool the gpu and whatever else before it goes back to be cooled? I would think it is doable... I would just have to make sure the flow is high enough and the water is cold enough right?

And what else would benefit from watercooling? The northbridge chip thingy? What does that do anyway?
 

pii100

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yes cooling the northbridge is good idea somebody else will have to tell you exactaly what it dose but i belive some of what it dose is process requests to the memory? right