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Am currently buying parts for my new pc im building and i've never overclcoked a computer before hence my BIOS is locked.

Im going to be buying an e6600 2.4ghz chip in feb. I want to be an water cooling system that works quite good... suggestions please
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Originally Posted by kontemptJC
Am currently buying parts for my new pc im building and i've never overclcoked a computer before hence my BIOS is locked.

Im going to be buying an e6600 2.4ghz chip in feb. I want to be an water cooling system that works quite good... suggestions please
Here is a good economy build put togather by Snerp..
Snerps cheap watercooling
Herer is a list of some more good parts..
1-Pump Danger Den :: Pumps :: DC Powered :: 12V DD-D5 Pump
2-Res..Danger Den :: Reservoirs :: Bay Style Reservoirs :: Danger Den Single 5 1/4" Bay ReservoirDanger Den ::
3- Tubing..Danger Den :: Tubing :: Tubing and Clamps :: 7/16" ID (5/8" OD) Masterkleer General Purpose Clear PVC Tubing
4- Wb..The Swiftech Apogee is a good all around CPU WB...
Petra's Tech Shop Swifty Apogee
The Stinger V-6 is made by our own fstfrddy here on the forum.I have one and I love it..They cost a little more but I think they are well worth it..Stinger Waterblocks
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E8600 4545Mhz*9 w/1.29V DFI DK P45 XFX 8800 GS D9GKX & D9GMH 
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2x Seagate 160 Perp. RD-1 2x Asus Vista Premium Corsair HX 620 
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Open Bench 
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I also recommend Thermaltake Case (in Kandalf) with Danger Den Parts. I went alien first, then koolance, and both, well, sucked. The Danger Den is awsome, and most clamps will fit a tube-within-a-tube format if you do say two different coolants (usually to protect and inner more volatile coolant). I have to say, imho, that the ATI water blocks were awsome, I had, and still have some trouble with NVIDIA 7800, 7900, and 7950 series blocks. The ram stayed cool but the voltage regulator IS NOT covered by the blocks. So artifacting can rear its ugly head.

I liked the Thermalktake case cause there are holes in the bottom to mount pump(S) and the resivoirs fit in your standard dvd size drivebay.
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