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post #11 of 20
i have said Zalmansystem, and although in good weather (22.2° Ambient atm) it will keep my system cool (42° Under load), when things start hotting up (ie 26°C) it gets hot (like 50°C CPU hot!). Get a system WITH a fan, i wish i'd never mentioned my hot CPU to my Dad - this is his idea of helping and while its good, it's owned by same price coolers from other people.

This is an AMD 3700 @ 3.07 GHz, 1.55v vCore - feck knows what it will be like with your presshot
post #12 of 20
Koolance makes very good products. Only thing is I think that they're more designed for workforce usage and not enthusiast/performance usage. The blocks are still good though
post #13 of 20
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Koolance makes very good products. Only thing is I think that they're more designed for workforce usage and not enthusiast/performance usage. The blocks are still good though
But for the same price there's always something better. Koolance gears are overpriced, and they don't ever make 1/2" stuffs.
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ok then tell me which company had better ?
1. D-TeK
2. Swiftech
3. EK (maybe)
(products for gpu, chipset, mosfet cooling.
But his CPU blocks (EK WAWE) are overpriced with poor performance )

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i take a close look about d-tek and swifttech but i can't deside which parts for the procesor and the VGA block to buy and which pump
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i take a close look about d-tek and swifttech but i can't deside which parts for the procesor and the VGA block to buy and which pump
The choice CPU block is the D-Tek FuZion. Apogee GT is a second place.


There are only two pumps for watercooling really: Liang D5 or Liang/Delphi DDC-2 (18w). Koolance, Danger Den, and Swiftech sell them renamed.
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Why in the world would you go with zalman for watercooling? i own the Reserator 2 system and have it on my other computer, i can get way better temps on air.
    
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Why in the world would you go with zalman for watercooling? i own the Reserator 2 system and have it on my other computer, i can get way better temps on air.
because it's noisy the big main problem
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post #19 of 20
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Warning !!! Don't Buy Aluminium Waterblocks !!!
Why people still continue buying crappy products made by the crappy companies (koolance, tt, zalman (wc), Innovatek, and Aqua Computers
so whats the difference between that and the radiator you brought up ealier that has the aluminum plates? either way your still mixing aluminum. plus don't think your issue was just mixing of metals but something else going on as well and if you take care of it, keep the ph right and use an anti corrosion additive you should be fine. you didn't seem to do any of that other then distilled water.

there are many applications that have mixed alum, copper and it works fine for a very long time if you take care of them.
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i will think and decide my own thanks a lot

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