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post #11 of 14
^That case is unreal..... Wow!
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post #12 of 14
SUN has defined an almost perfect setup. wish i had gone with the UFO. thought tia-chi was big enough, it nots (for me anyhow).
the DangerDen x-18 full coverage can be modded for x1900 ,if your going for a big OC on the x1900 youll need somthing to cool voltage regulator section that has punny heat sink, it gets a air flow with stock cooler but wont with water,DD says they will have a new setup soon i might wait because that section will goto 90c+ quick without some air flow or other cooling when you start turning up the voltages. runs hot even on stock with no airflow, so keep that in mind. as for the rest thats the good stuff.
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post #13 of 14
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Is this a good water cooling kit? http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-wat-74.html and whats a good water cooling kit for dual video cards?

Thanks for all the info SUN i'll look more into those parts
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post #14 of 14
it better be good for that price! I've heard good things about Asetek, but Swiftech and Danger Den are more popular in the States
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