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How about this one?
http://cgi.ebay.com/PolarFLO-E-CPU-w...QQcmdZViewItem

or this one
http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Thermaltake-...QQcmdZViewItem

or this one
http://cgi.ebay.com/C2-CPU-Water-blo...QQcmdZViewItem

Do you know of any places i could get a good waterblock for cheap? Or, just send me a link of a good cheap waterblock.

I am planning on getting a watercooling system going on my comp. I already have a pump, and I need a radiator (please give me a link to on of those too). I can make a homemade water tank. I am willing to spend about $30-50 on this. Actually I might just get a big fish tank and have my pump sumberged, so that would elimenate the need for a radiator.
Since I am a noob to watercooling, I was also wondering if someone could explain to me everything I need to know about watercooling, as well as all the watercooling terms.
Thanks guys!
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http://www.heatsinkfactory.com/Swift...k-p-16352.html Way better block than any of those. If you need a gpu blobk Ill be selling one of those soon.
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Don't bother with ANY of those blocks.
Just get an Apogee, its the best block for the money, and you can get ot for $40 shipped at www.jab-tech.com it you type in cryo-laboratory for the coupon code.
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BTW, this pump of mine is a good one, it is actually used for a boat, and pumps 750 gallons per hour. Also it requires a 3/4" tubing. And it is just a submersable pump. A better question for this thread would be, How can I make a water cooling setup with the stuff that I have right now?
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Originally Posted by kagaos
BTW, this pump of mine is a good one, it is actually used for a boat, and pumps 750 gallons per hour. Also it requires a 3/4" tubing. And it is just a submersable pump. A better question for this thread would be, How can I make a water cooling setup with the stuff that I have right now?
Make an external tank to submerse the pump in, and mod the barbs on the pump to fit 1/2" OD fittings.
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Uh oh...the noob in me is showing! What are the barbs? And how do I do that?
This is my pump:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Attwo...spagenameZWDVW
Well actually it has different pumping power and is a different modle, but it has the same shape as mine.
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