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I agree to an extent. The Watercooling Kits, such as the H50 may not be the full custom build loops that alot of us have known to be defined as "Water Cooling". That said, no matter how you dice it, it's still "Water Cooling". What's interesting is that I personally, was hesitant on going to water (full custom build) and was kind of excited to see a product like the H50 come out that allowed me to get my feet wet. Now that I've been running it for a few months now and feel more at ease, I'm more apt to doing either custom mods to this unit and/or even building my own custom loop system. If it weren't for the H50 to bridge that little gap for (and possibly others as well) I think a lot of us would still be hesitant on making the switch. Just my two cents.
+1 -- That is exactly why I got it. I've always wanted watercooling, but it used to be soooo expensive to even enter watercooling, but with the H50 it was easier to enter and see the benefits, and learn a little more about watercooling in general and how it functions. -- I will probably keep my modded H50 until I build a whole new system/case. The possibilities for semi-custom watercooling w/ the H50 are abundant

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post8301891

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post #1092 of 106449
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I agree to an extent. The Watercooling Kits, such as the H50 may not be the full custom build loops that alot of us have known to be defined as "Water Cooling". That said, no matter how you dice it, it's still "Water Cooling". What's interesting is that I personally, was hesitant on going to water (full custom build) and was kind of excited to see a product like the H50 come out that allowed me to get my feet wet. Now that I've been running it for a few months now and feel more at ease, I'm more apt to be doing either my own custom mods to this unit and/or even building my own custom water loop system. If it weren't for the H50 to bridge that little gap for me (and possibly others as well) I think a lot of us would still be hesitant on making the switch. Just my two cents.

ps: I'll post pics as soon as I can find my camera. Count me in soon!
I got thrown straight into the deep end (lol) because the second system I had was a custom watercooled rig, built for me by my boyfriend, so I was able to learn straight out, with all the help I could ever have asked for! Not everyone is lucky enough to know someone that has had many many years of experience with watercooling, so it can seem pretty daunting to launch straight into a fully custom loop. Even though I'm not a fan of the kit loops, they're still a huge help for people who haven't got that hands on support, so they can start out slowly and comfortably and progress from there.
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Count me in

Just got my new rig together.

Intel core i7 920
EVGA E-758-TR
Corsair XMS 6gb ddr3 1600mhz 8-8-8-24
EVGA GTX 260 c216 (soon to be 2 XFX GTX 285's with DD waterblocks on monday)
Intel X-25m G2 80GB
2 WD 640gb Black in raid 0
Antec EA-750
HAF-932

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Swiftech Apogee GTX
GTX 360 Rad
3x Panaflo High Speed (had six to do push-pull but wouldn't fit in the case will be switching in 6 yate loon high speed fans)
Swiftech Micro res v2
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ISO: More members
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updated.
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Alphacool Yellowstone @EVGA X58 SLI LE













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post #1097 of 106449
dang dude, how many times you gonna make me update your entry. :-P

you are one lucky man to have all those parts.

keep them coming. ;-)

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post #1098 of 106449
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Alphacool Yellowstone @EVGA X58 SLI LE
You take some amazing pictures.
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Thanks again - Maybe it´s interesting for some guys: i´m using a "Point & Click" Canon Ixus 70 Cam, macro modus, ISO80 Setting and some cheap photo lights + tripod













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post #1100 of 106449
updated.

hey, you wouldn't happen to have some GTX 280 blocks laying around that i could have would you? ;-)
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