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Best water cooling for QX6700 help!!

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Hi
I just bought the Qx6700 with zalman 9700 on my asus striker extreme, I'm thinking to upgrade to water cooling system but I don't know which one choose, the best that I can find is the ZALMAN RESERATOR 1 Fanless Water Cooling System (Reservoir+Radiator+Water Pump.

In the web page from zalman says that It dosen't come with installation for a 775 socket, but I thinking to use the same one of the zalman 9700, please help me with this decision.
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Swiftech has some really good ones, go check newegg, there's one kit for $150, the other one for $250, they are one of the best...
    
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The Zalman Reserator is the only water cooling from Zalman. Look at newegg, not Zalman's website. Swiftech makes great kits, but, I would assemble one myself. Danger Den, Performance-PCs, FrozenCPU, and Newegg is where I would look for parts.

You might also want to get a Pelt.

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The Zalman at best is a quiet computing solution not performance...This is a good kit you might want to replace the dual rad with a 360 rad they will let you do that there..Kit or custom you have to put it together one is no harder then the other...

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