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Mr. $T$

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Sep 15, 2001
I really dont need it but i would like to play with water in cooling my computer. People that have done it before what are the best products for price or just best products.
 

cyber mouse45

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Jan 31, 2002
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SC
Get silicon tubing. It’s so much better than vinyl. I got mine at Danger Den. It’s quite a bit more expensive, but I think it’s worth it.


BTW, I have this setup too:

The Maze 2 block
Heater Core Radiator
and any Eheim pump (1250 for me)
 

FIRESTARR357

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Joined
Dec 28, 2001
How ever with silicone you can not really see through it witch is the problem i'm having now i've decided to go vinal because i added blue food coloring to the water and you can't really see it well so if you intend on changing the water color i would go vinal.I got most of my stuff from danger den they are really good qaulity products and i was very happy with them and there stuff so i would go danger den
 
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Mr. $T$

Mr. $T$

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Sep 15, 2001
How did your temps change. Would it be a good idea to use a cube insted of a heater core?(no way in hell that i am going to pay $70 bucks for a black ice:mad: ). What gives the best results maze1 or maze2.