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post #11 of 13
Well, i guess you could keep your bigwater, but i still say the maze-4 gpu block will outperform the bigwater block.
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Originally Posted by reefmaster22
Thanks for that ! I am not going to rip out my water cooling system and throw it in the bin and get a custom built one. 1. its designed for use with my case and mouts perfectly. 2 it looks awesome. 3. many other options (ihope)

That link for the thermalright heasink for the GPU is not compatible with 7800 series what a shame it looks like its a performer judging by their xp-90 and xp-120 lineup
There's 2 coolers...the V-1 and the V-1 Ultra. The V-1 Ultra is compatible...

http://www.thermalright.com/
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post #13 of 13
i run the bigwater kit with a zalman gpu block and have no hassles at all keeping things as cool as possible in the aussie summer; which is about to begin (HOT), gpu blocks arent expensive, mine was only 35 bucks and you can only try, but from my experience it does the job just fine and my hoses are a hell of a lot longer than yours, i also run a swiftech res as well for a bit of more liquid capacity. pm me if u need any help at all, cheers
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