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post #21 of 49
personally with my e8400 oc'd to 3.6ghz 1.224vcore, im getting 45c/39c on core 0/1

im using the exact same kit i just have my pump and res mounted were they reccomended it in the manual (infront of the 3.5'' bays at the front, just infront of the vid card)
post #22 of 49
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Since when do you have this kit Silver? Any problem so far?
(Thanks for the replies guys, i'm currently shopping on NCIX ;0)

edit :
so it's NOT :Swiftech MCP655-B 12V Industrial Water Cooling Pump *Without Speed Adjustment* 1/2 Barbs

I should order this one :
Swiftech MCP655 12V Industrial Water Cooling Pump 1/2IN Barbs ?

as for the cpu block
D-TEK Customs Fuzion V2 CPU Water Block S478/LGA775/S939/AM2/S754 1/2IN Barbs
Does that sound good?
Edited by Jahren - 6/13/08 at 2:32pm
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post #23 of 49
as far as the block, yeah that's what I'd go with for the D-Tek. This website has some good deals: http://www.ncixus.com

I got my Fusion for 53 bucks from them. Plus, if I remember correctly, u mentioned Canada. They have many wharehouses in Canada, but also one in the States so either way you are covered. Plus I believe they have the quad core jet nozzles availible for a few extra bucks.

Plus if you wanna save a few bucks on the pump, http://www.DangerDen.com has the DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed for $91. Nine bucks cheaper than the Swiftech at $99.99 for the same pump.

Are you using the stock Kandolf Rad? Either way, the addition of the pump and block should make a big difference in your temps. Make sure it seats properly with the termal paste too.
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WAIT... I just found u a better deal.

http://www.petrastechshop.com

has the D5 Vario pump for $84.00

I like dealing with these guys and they also have good prices...obviously. lol
    
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Yeah i'm still on stock Kandalf cooling Rad, I'll wait a little before getting a new rad since nobody mentionned it as a source of problem.i'm also short on cash these days ;P
Quad core nozzle? Since I have Q6600 quad core, I guess it's a must for 9$ ;P

Thanks for the links, ++rep

it's a shame petra's won't ship to canada :S
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my first forray into WC was with a kit... took me about 2 month before i realized how much it sucked and built my own custom loop. Custom WC FTW!
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Yeah i'm still on stock Kandalf cooling Rad, I'll wait a little before getting a new rad since nobody mentionned it as a source of problem.i'm also short on cash these days ;P
Quad core nozzle? Since I have Q6600 quad core, I guess it's a must for 9$ ;P

Thanks for the links, ++rep

it's a shame petra's won't ship to canada :S
Petra's does ship to canada, you just have to do your order via email. And the stock rad will cause problems. If you get the fuzion, it's copper and the rad you have is aluminum. This will cause galvanic corrosion.
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post #28 of 49
That is true about the corrosion. You may be able to use an anti corrosive additive though, at least till u can swap rads. But find out for sure if it'll work, my loop is all copper so I haven't checked into it completely.

Just make sure for now, with whatever u do, to get any trapped air out of that rad. Tip it, rock it, whatever it takes.
    
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That is true about the corrosion. You may be able to use an anti corrosive additive though, at least till u can swap rads. But find out for sure if it'll work, my loop is all copper so I haven't checked into it completely.

Just make sure for now, with whatever u do, to get any trapped air out of that rad. Tip it, rock it, whatever it takes.
Ya, g11 is a good anti-corrosive and should work until he can get his hands on a rad.Although, it would be best to get a new rad with the other parts.
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post #30 of 49
May be a good idea to break down the block to clean it out when u get that new rad.
And if you are getting the fusion, make sure all your other new parts (like a new rad) are all copper. Then you wont even have to worry about it! lol

Thanks McStuff! I wasn't sure of the anti-corrosive would work for him or not.
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