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Thanks in regards to my question, but if you were to give me crap for staying with this kit I would disagree. The swiftech kits are the only kits to go with. They come with quality parts that I see others using in there custom loops. I am very impressed with it and see no need to upgrade, 40c load right now orthos testing, compared to 58-60 load on air with less voltage than Im using now.
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post #22 of 49
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Thanks in regards to my question, but if you were to give me crap for staying with this kit I would disagree. The swiftech kits are the only kits to go with. They come with quality parts that I see others using in there custom loops. I am very impressed with it and see no need to upgrade, 40c load right now orthos testing, compared to 58-60 load on air with less voltage than Im using now.
That kit has a great assorment of parts. Petra's kits are also good kits.
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post #23 of 49
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That kit has a great assorment of parts. Petra's kits are also good kits.
Yeah forgot to mention those, thanks for chiming in
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post #24 of 49
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Thanks in regards to my question, but if you were to give me crap for staying with this kit I would disagree. The swiftech kits are the only kits to go with.
Don't worry, I won't give you crap.

I have never looked at the Swifty kits, but I'll take your word for their quality. I have a Swifty rad so they have to be good parts!
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Don't worry, I won't give you crap.

I have never looked at the Swifty kits, but I'll take your word for their quality. I have a Swifty rad so they have to be good parts!
From what I saw in that pic, that kit has some good stuff. An apogee gt, micro res, 655. All nice parts.
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post #26 of 49
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Also the swifty 220 rad, Im loving it
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Also the swifty 220 rad, Im loving it
Ah, I'm not so good with rad names, so I identified what I could.
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post #28 of 49
VwGti, while the foampad that comes with the Apex kit is OK, for a few bucks you could try one of these:
Petra's Gel Stuff

It might not totally eliminate any noise- but, it will help more than what you have! and for $4 you can't go wrong! right?
Cheers- Nice Kit too
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post #29 of 49
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Thanks for the suggestion, Im just away to order one.
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post #30 of 49
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Alright guys, new question, do you think this pump is up to the addition of a 120mm rad and a gpu only block? I want to eliminate all air cooling aspects besides the case itself.
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