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This is around $215 and I would like to keep around this price range. I don't think I forgot anything but if anyone can suggest better things I'm all ears. Also would this be better than a true?

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Edited by Dar_T - 5/14/08 at 1:17pm
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Looks like a solid build. (You forgot zip ties )

It will be better than a TRUE.
    
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Your gonna need some High CFM fans for that rad. I'd recommend 90-110CFM 120x38mm fans.
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thermochill pa120.2 rad maybe?
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K ty for your replies. Ill go with that thermochill rad because I don't want uber loud fans.
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Originally Posted by Dar_T View Post
K ty for your replies. Ill go with that thermochill rad because I don't want uber loud fans.
Yea the Thermochill is great for low cfm fans. I used a PA120.3 with 47CFM Yate Loons and got pretty darn good results with silent operation. Then again I now use high CFM's on my GTX and GTS because I like the performance and I just use a fan controller to turn them all the way down when I'm at idle.
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Also what size fans do i need (thickness)?
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post #8 of 10
120x38 will also net you the best results, but if you are gonna use 120x25's I would definately use shrouds. I recommend shrouds either way and if you want you can custom make them out of 120x38 fans as they have the perfect thickness (1.5").
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Thanks for your reply. Just another quick question. Are there any good double rads? I'm asking because I don't have the extra 40 bucks to get the PA120.3.
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Originally Posted by Dar_T View Post
Thanks for your reply. Just another quick question. Are there any good double rads? I'm asking because I don't have the extra 40 bucks to get the PA120.3.
What's your budget for a rad? If you can afford this, it's an awesome 240 Rad. I have it myself and it is sweet.
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 5/15/08 at 7:12pm
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