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Hey everybody, as of now i think i have basically as good as air gets with all the addons on the armor and all that stuff it works great as far as temps go, Although i'm wondering what would be a good internal water cooling system i was looking at the Tt bigwaters but they dissapeared from newegg.. If i cant find water i'll look into phase change, although i couldnt find anything about that on newegg either... anyone got any suggestions? if water i need it to be a descent one. All suggestions appreciated.
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post #2 of 5
build your own WC system. look at the sticky.
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I would stay away from the bigwater series because the pumps are very weak and all of the ather hardware is just OK...The Swiftech kits are the best you can buy for your money if you would like to buy a "complete" kit. The Apex Ultra kit is the one that I would recommend...If you do not care about buying from one manufacturer, then I would look through these forums some more and piece one together based on your requirements. It will cost more in the long run but will over some better performance.

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Stay away from the T-Take stuff...You can buid a rig that is able to actually cool down your stuff and is upgradable for around $150 to $200...If you really want a kit I would get something like this...http://www.svc.com/h20-220-apex-ul.html
Swiftech Apex Ultra Dual 120mm Water Cooling Kit...........Or this..........http://www.svc.com/h20-120-premium.html
Swiftech Premium 120mm Water Cooling Kit
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Take a look at the system in my sig. It's very decent and at around $150.
    
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