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jcw122

Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
Im planning on getting a new computer and using water cooling...what companys or parts do u guys recommend?
 

mdcomp

Classic Administrator
Joined
Nov 23, 2001
ls7corvete said:
Dtek, Dangerden and swiftech seem to be the most popular.

Welcome to water cooling.

Read lots then have fun with it!

Agreed. Those companies seem to be the best, most reliable and most popular.

Reading up on the subject is very important. A friend of mine recently wrote up an article for my site about watercooling, here it is:
The Basics of Watercooling.
Also, just a few days back our very own JoeC wrote a nice article about waterblock selection, check it out:
Waterblock Buying Hints.

Don't forget to check out the stickies! Good luck!

Matt
 

Jibjo

Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2002
Location
Bensenville, Illinois
Hey, if you want to have a lot of fun and learn a bunch in the process, read up on making your own by assembling all your own parts and modding your case. It's worth it, if you like to build stuff on your own. And it will generally work at least as well, but usually better, than the ready-made kits. I am really happy with my results and how cool and stable the rig runs overclocked.