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I just ordered the thermaltake tide water and the thermaltake silent water for around $120. I was wondering if the thermaltake big typhoon brackets would fit the thermaltake silent water? It looks like they do but i want to be sure. Also i would apply as5 to both the coolers for water cooling right?

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They should come with everything and you need to put AS5 on both cores. Those kits are kinda crappy so if you want to upgrade later on we can help you.
    
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I'd return both kits and save your $120... use your BT until you have enough money for a better wc setup, you won't get much better temps then what you currently have
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I just got my thermaltake silent water and installed it i turned it on and my idle temps are 22 degrees celsius. Before my idle temps were 30 degrees celsius and load was around 55. I'm going to test the load temps now. I had a thermaltake big typhoon before.

My load temps are 38 degrees celsius, which seems pretty good.
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