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It seems like a great HSF but it doesn't seem to be cooling the Q6600 very well. I'm gonna try to re-seat it one more time. I'm using the Scythe SFF21D 49CFM fan cuz at the time Newegg ran out of the 63CFM version. I'm gonna get the 63.7 CFM SFF21F and reseat it and post my results. Hopefully it improves, otherwise i'll get the H20-220 Kit.
    
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Good luck, hope your temps improve.

Are you using the 'line-across' method the TIM?

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The larger the tubing diameter, the better the flow rate, the better the flow rate, the better the cooling.
Swiftech puts out an excellent product. Go 220 and limit the 90 degree elbos as much as possible. The pump is fine and the rad should be on the rear or outside the case away from the wall. A custom kit won't be much more efficent. gL
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