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This will get you great temperatures. http://www.petrastechshop.com/pecod4.html Like he said, Petra's ships to the UK.
Would a set of printed instructions be included with this kit?
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Would a set of printed instructions be included with this kit?
Yep.
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It says they don't have the D-Tek waterblock in stock at the moment so I have to use the Apogee GTZ. is this a better waterblock?
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It says they don't have the D-Tek waterblock in stock at the moment so I have to use the Apogee GTZ. is this a better waterblock?
Yes it is.

EDIT: I'm sorry, I thought you were talking about instructions being in the H20 220 kit, not the D4 kit. I don't think Petras sends guides with their kits. But us watercooling dudes will be happy to help you out.
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Yeah they do send out a guide i just read in the kit details. I wonder if it's just a generic one or specific to that kit?

Also, it doesn't list any coolant.. so i'm presuming i'd need to order that serperatly?
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The problem with the XSPC kit is the rad - a 120 is not quite enough for a heavily overclocked quad. Swap out the rad for a 220 and it should be fine. Still prefer the H20-220 though.

Add £22 for a 240 rad, still cheaper then the H20 kit.
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go with the H20-220
    
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Yeah they do send out a guide i just read in the kit details. I wonder if it's just a generic one or specific to that kit?

Also, it doesn't list any coolant.. so i'm presuming i'd need to order that serperatly?
It comes with PT Nuke, so all you would need is some distilled water. Which is very cheap at most grocery stores. I get it for 80 cents per gallon at my wal mart.
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It comes with PT Nuke, so all you would need is some distilled water. Which is very cheap at most grocery stores. I get it for 80 cents per gallon at my wal mart.
Yea, that is the only thing that you are missing in the kit. Believe me, that kit is a really good deal. I got the newer version of the waterblock and pump, and a little more expensive rad, and my kit cost 200USD. Of course this was like 2 weeks before this deal came out!
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If I wanted a green liquid, could I add the dye after i have mixed the PT nuke and distilled water together?
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