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god just looking at shipping cost hmm dam $100
    
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tht-kid is right once you start with koolance you really cant miss match with other products it will cause bad things to happen.
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$100 in shipping? you did something wrong lol. I got all my parts from 3 different sites and shipping was only about $20 total for me. But yea there is a lot more to water cooling that just slapping a few parts together and calling it done. You shoulda come in and posted and asked for these guys to build you something for X amount of dollars. Then you would know exactly what all to get and it would all work together nicely.
Edited by Timlander - 12/13/08 at 8:50am
post #14 of 36
From what you have so far said you have baught it looks like your staying with koolance for the rest of your stuff, i'd either cancel the RAM Cooler order and the GFX order and get a pair of EK blocks, for a good watercooling system for I7 check my bubbleless i7 build log (link in sig)
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$100 in shipping? you did something wrong lol. I got all my parts from 3 different sites and shipping was only about $20 total for me. But yea there is a lot more to water cooling that just slapping a few parts together and calling it done. You shoulda come in and posted and asked for these guys to build you something for X amount of dollars.
He has to pay postage to thailand.
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He has to pay postage to thailand.
Oh, that i didnt know. that sucks.. =(
post #17 of 36
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tht-kid is right once you start with koolance you really cant miss match with other products it will cause bad things to happen.
What radiator(s) you got in your loop with the koolance blocks?
post #18 of 36
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well what ive done so far i got coming in the post from koolance are the blocks and the VGA Cards holds i did not buy any extras because i forgot and i already put the order in for my cpu
    
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post #19 of 36
The CPU block is good as it is all copper where as Koolance use aluminum. This is bad, you could run two seperate loops, one with all the koolance equipment in and another with the CPU in?
post #20 of 36
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so maybe i have to get my money back on the cpu and stick with koolance what do you think
    
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