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how well does a watercooling setup do with maybe um 49 cfm fans?
would it still beat my true? (swiftech products)

i want to watercool my cpu/northbridge/southbridge
Edited by Lilpinoy_510 - 2/17/09 at 10:24pm
    
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i guess it would depend alot on the rest of the gear in the loop.. rad, blocks, pump ?
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Are you referring to a swiftech kit? Again it depends on which one you get but they will yield better temps than a true. (220 rad+)
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with a 240 or more radiator. Yes.
    
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The swiftech rads do quite well with low cfm fans. It definitely would be better than a TRUE.
Edited by Dar_T - 2/19/09 at 7:09pm
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size doesnt mater on if it will do good with lower cfm fans. its the rad it self
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post #7 of 7
no, actually a single rad will provide almost the same cooling as a TRUE.
    
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