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i know everyone says no kits, but this one looks decent (i also read that swiftechs are good)
will this cool my 4400+ well enough to get to 2.8ghz? ill prob want to get to 2.6 only. but jst wondering...i might add 1 gpu block

http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-wat-79.html
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swiftech makes great cooling kits
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anyone else have any input?
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Custom water cooling is the shiznit.

Kit is not good. Although Swiftec itself may be a good company, water cooling kit just doesn't cut it. Maybe it's just me.

I've always believed customized is the better over the kit. Just like the customized computer is better than pre-built.
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Originally Posted by Zipnogg
Custom water cooling is the shiznit.

Kit is not good. Although Swiftec itself may be a good company, water cooling kit just doesn't cut it. Maybe it's just me.

I've always believed customized is the better over the kit. Just like the customized computer is better than pre-built.
well, with the swiftec your looking at, heck what's the difference between buying parts individually vs all together? I think the kit would be fine, though many people would say custom to pick out the best products from multiple companies.
    
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Yeah. You can pick what you want. Instead of buying it in a bundle.

EDIT: Hmph... looking at what it's made of... looks pretty nice. Most w/c kits I saw were all crappy.

EDIT2: TT Bigwater (if you're going kit) is also a worthy consideration.
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i could get the Bigwater SE version for 100.00 but ive read on here its crap

so prob looking at the swiftech kit...
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Originally Posted by CableGuy
i could get the Bigwater SE version for 100.00 but ive read on here its crap

so prob looking at the swiftech kit...
The swiftech kit is MUCH better then the TT Bigwater SE
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post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by CableGuy
i know everyone says no kits, but this one looks decent (i also read that swiftechs are good)
will this cool my 4400+ well enough to get to 2.8ghz? ill prob want to get to 2.6 only. but jst wondering...i might add 1 gpu block

http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-wat-79.html
Well if you insist on a watercooling kit and from that site that one you link at USD$199.00 will do the job and do it well with the exception of a radiator upgrade. My personal preference in this matter is one of a copper tube & fin design as they are alot more efficient.

Sure the afficionardo's will mock you but if you are just starting out then this is a foolproof way to go offering good results.

Just remember location of the radiator and fan are important along with the hosing route.

cheers

edit : just as a footnote I previously ran an ASETEK sytem (modified with addition of larger tube & fin radiator ) on my signature RIG1 with fine results in tropical Queensland.
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post #10 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by CableGuy
i could get the Bigwater SE version for 100.00 but ive read on here its crap

so prob looking at the swiftech kit...

He linked to the new TT kit 745 , mine really suprised me .
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