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i know that. but i'd probably still try it. with a better pump though. (provided i have the money for any of the parts )

If you plan to buy a better pump and radiator anyways... plus res or T-line then that's already over 75% the cost of a watercooling loop. All you need is a waterblock. Why would you need the CoolIt system then?

Cooling loop + CoolIT is around $100 wasted when you could have just bought a cooling loop in itself.
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i know that. but i'd probably still try it. with a better pump though. (provided i have the money for any of the parts )
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That doesnt make sense.

If you are going to mod it and add a rad and new pump, you might as well make a custom setup!

Again, the COOLIT FREEZONE is a nice setup FOR A C2D if you dont want to INSTALL your own custom setup (it is intimidating.) IT is not cheap, so the $$$ you are spending is on the ease of installation. From a price perspective you can build a custom setup for less $$$ with a CPU block/1 Rad/ 1 Pump/ T-Line and tubing!

BTW.The FREEZONE is newer than the ELIMINATOR.

Edit: Duckie and me had the same thought.
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If you plan to buy a better pump and radiator anyways... plus res or T-line then that's already over 75% the cost of a watercooling loop. All you need is a waterblock. Why would you need the CoolIt system then?

Cooling loop + CoolIT is around $100 wasted when you could have just bought a cooling loop in itself.
because it has 3 tecs, a system to control them, a fitting heatsink to cool them, and good looks (adds 2GHz worth of speed ).
and WC is really expensive here anyway, so might as well do it good.
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Diy Ftw!
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was that directed at me....?
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No, wrong window. My bad.
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FYI, I'm trying to get rid of my custom peltier setup, in my sig. Have a look, I can almost guarantee that it will work better than the CoolIT setup. It uses a 437W Peltier and is extremely well built, using only the best parts available.

At any rate, I don't recommend you get the CoolIT because it uses weak peltier(s), and if you are using it on a quad-core, it'll scream under load because it can't keep up.
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