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any one got any opinions on this set?

http://xoxide.com/thermaltake-bigwater-745.html
    
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I've never used the T-Take stuff, but they have a lousy rep....You can do much better building your own WC set up but if yoou would rather have a kit these 2 are on sale now and are really decent WC...http://www.svc.com/h20-220-apex-ul.html
Swiftech Apex Ultra Dual 120mm Water Cooling Kit.........http://www.svc.com/h20-120-premium.html
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any one got any opinions on this set?

http://xoxide.com/thermaltake-bigwater-745.html
It's poop
    
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I rma'd two of the big water kits when they first came out. I bought one initially to test it. Results were actually not bad when compared to other setups that were more expensive. I see that they have upgraded the pump size on this perticular kit. The old pump ran at 450lph, not sure what the new flow rate is...but that is a bigger pump for sure. If you do plan to buy this, use only the double fan radiator, as this is a new product and has a larger diameter flow than the previous gen single rad. You should get better flow rates with only the double rad in line.
*I recommend 2 x silverstone 120mm, 110cfm fans for your rad. They are much better than the Tt fans that are included and have a 9 blade design for better efficiency.
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It's poop
Hey Snerp where did you go? You just going to come by and poop and leave??
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well it is poop... LOL
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