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it looks like 1/4 inch tubing same as a TT bigwater etc..
    
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No, I said it is by no means a wimpy air cooler.
ahh my bad i mis read Very tired lol.


Guess i'll stick with my Tuniq for a little while longer till i can find a good used W/c setup under 200
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ahh my bad i mis read Very tired lol.


Guess i'll stick with my Tuniq for a little while longer till i can find a good used W/c setup under 200
You'll need more than $200.... at least $300 to have somewhat half decent.
    
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You'll need more than $200.... at least $300 to have somewhat half decent.
at that rate i might as well just go with a Good Quad and get a True lol.
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at that rate i might as well just go with a Good Quad and get a True lol.
Agreed. Water isn't worth it unless you do it right. Otherwise, a Tuniq or TRUE will be a better pick (and btw... I don't see much reason to pick a TRUE when you already HAVE a Tuniq.)
    
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You'll need more than $200.... at least $300 to have somewhat half decent.
Well if he bought used wc'ing stuff he can get it for around 200. I got my cpu only loop for about 150 buying all used products from here, hardforum and anandtech.
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That's true
    
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Agreed. Water isn't worth it unless you do it right. Otherwise, a Tuniq or TRUE will be a better pick (and btw... I don't see much reason to pick a TRUE when you already HAVE a Tuniq.)
Selling my Tuniq and e6550 Soon as i can confirm it does 4ghz When i can afford to buy some 2x2gb pc8500 Was going to today but another craigslister backed out of buying a pc from me as usual. Craigslist michigan folks are just lookers and nothing more.
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Would you get both the cpu and the gpu loop? In the description the mention a liquid sump. Looking at the picture the gpu loop looks similar to the cpu loop on the newer ones. I believe the gpu loop contains a tec to chill the water. Perhaps they meant liquid heat pump?
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Sorry personally I hate the style. I'd say that setup would perform unnoticeably better. I wouldn't bother. Save for much more effective cooling - even a Swiftech kit (H2-220) will perform very well - and smash any air cooler.

"Alienware’s Dual-Zone liquid cooling system is able to bring liquid down below room temperature to a cool temperature before returning it to its full cooling path."

God I hate this kind of talk. It's theoretically impossible.
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