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Ambient Temps are around 23c. Ambient depends on whether or not my bedroom door is open, as my room doesnt get any good AC (its the farthest room from the ac unit). With the door open ambient is 23c, with it closed, ambient usually climes to 25-26c.
Not bad at all..Does that Swifty kit come with the mcp350 pump?
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Not bad at all..Does that Swifty kit come with the mcp350 pump?
yarr!
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I got a Radiical Turbo-Top for my 18W laing DDC. With the 10W Laing it's supposed to increase your flow with the 3/8 tube to around 340lph as measured through a water block and a rad..They are located in Australia..It's only around $50.00 postage paid...Tricia there is a real sweetheart..If you change over to 1/2 you can get 500lph hour with the 10W..Tried to give you a link,didn't want to work just Google-Radiical-with a double I
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I'll probably consider that once I decide to get a GPU waterblock and maybe even a chipset. Right now since im only cooling the CPU, and the fact that im flat broke, means no more upgrades for me. With that being said, I wish money grew on trees.
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I know what you mean about the $$ Ya got to love those little Laings,pretty amazing head in a small package...Ive seen some people saying they are not very durable, but I know a couple of other guy who have used them for a while with no problems yet..Mine is fairly new no problems at all yet..I bet alot of people are letting them dry start when they first get them, that would ruin their longevity with a quickness...You have a fine rig there,ought to do you some justice with just the cpu to cool...
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Would anyone recommend this kit over the swiftech?

I'm thinking of going with water since I'm getting my new PC in December =)

Why DD or Swiftech (vise-versa)?

Thanks!

Great Review! Looks awesome!
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Would anyone recommend this kit over the swiftech?

I'm thinking of going with water since I'm getting my new PC in December =)

Why DD or Swiftech (vise-versa)?

Thanks!

Great Review! Looks awesome!
I kinda like the Swity kit it has the Laing DDC 10W pump and an Apogee water block.The DD kit has a low pressure pump I think it said it was only 3.5 psi and the older style Maze cpu block..I made the mistake of buying the Corsair Nautilus and ended up not using anything of it but the plastic case..I see why they say to not buy kits..DD has great stuff and so does Swifty, picking between those two kits I think I would go with the Swifty..Why don't you Google them and see what kind of reviews they are getting?
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I might just go for the swiftech then.

=) I'll be lurking around.
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I might just go for the swiftech then.

=) I'll be lurking around.
You might want to check out the "Swifty Apex" model I think that is the name any way,it has a dual radiator with it, don't think it costs much more..
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You might want to check out the "Swifty Apex" model I think that is the name any way,it has a dual radiator with it, don't think it costs much more..
Ya, the apex ultra kit comes with everything you need for 1/2 inch except a gpu or chipset block.

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