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FoX

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Jul 8, 2001
im building a new system, its an abit kt7 raid
im hoping to use cooling other than air, what should i use? i hope to over clock it a fair bit, it should be a duron, later im getting an axia. I wouldnt mind trying a peltier but it looks hard.
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William

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I know of two options other than air. Water and Liquid N2 are your main options. So for practicality, lets say Water. I would get a dangerden kit from http://www.dangerden.com and either an Eheim or Danner Pump.
 

anarki_gr

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Jun 14, 2001
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Athens - Greece
peltier is worth a try. although it seems hard to install it offers a vey good cooling performance. water cooling is another option but i don't really know much about it. why don't you want to use air cooling?
 

Light~Being

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Jun 19, 2001
um...heh....air cooling is a good thing to do if yur cheap like me :D and can withstand the noise, i personally AM NOT going to mess with electronics and water lol....so no peltiers for me! i can tell ya though a really good hsf is the cak38 and the already on thermal compound isn't bad at all! im using it now and i get awesome temperatures, delta fan and 100% pure copper OH YEA!!! and plus fans look cool in yur comp, good luck with yur comp dude!