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is anyone here know where to get a low price for water cooling system ( Bigwater SE by thermal take as I refer) or any other good WC out there for less price ?
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is anyone here know where to get a low price for water cooling system ( Bigwater SE by thermal take as I refer) or any other good WC out there for less price ?
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=371237
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The CPU will toast if the water pump is failed , correct ? and how to prevent this ?
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too bad you're in usa. i just got a thermaltake big water 745 (the top of the range one) for £55 here in the uk. thats just over $95 i think. if they can do i so cheap i think there is probably somewhere in usa that will do it.
    
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I found one of the store carry the TT Bigwater SE for $80.00 after rebate. I wonder the kits came with the coolant liquid or not ?
http://store.yahoo.com/directron/bigwaterse.html
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I found one of the store carry the TT Bigwater SE for $80.00 after rebate. I wonder the kits came with the coolant liquid or not ?
http://store.yahoo.com/directron/bigwaterse.html
at computer3g.com they have the bigwater se for 105 ship. If you do buy that kit, you do know, you have to have some type of anticorrosion addictive right? cuz that kit have a mix of copper and aluminum parts plus the waterblock is half plastic. deffinaly not a good mix of material. didnt mean to dis on it. just makin sure u know.

You can look into the kingwin aquastar its in the same price range as the bigwater. come with everything you need for a starter kit plus a gpu waterblock.
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that kit have a mix of copper and aluminum parts plus the waterblock is half plastic. deffinaly not a good mix of material.
Thanks for helping!

Where do you think there is aluminum? I have the kit, and don't see any in contact with water--the rad has aluminum fins, but copper tubes.

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Thanks for helping!

Where do you think there is aluminum? I have the kit, and don't see any in contact with water--the rad has aluminum fins, but copper tubes.

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the bay radiator is copper. the other one is aluminum painted with the copper look, which is the one that shipped with bigwater se. http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...l-w0005-01.asp on the site it say material is alumnium. if you still dont belive me there's an article on overclocker.com about it in the watercooling section.

heres is a more extreme way to test it, if u take out the coolant and just run pure distilled water for a month and if it start to change color then youll know for sure your loop is corroding.

edit: i cant find the article sorry
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the bay radiator is copper. the other one is aluminum painted with the copper look, which is the one that shipped with bigwater se. http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...l-w0005-01.asp on the site it say material is alumnium.
I have a BigWater SE right here, and the radiator is clearly copper tubing with aluminum fins. Why ThermalTake doesn't mention that is beyond me.
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I have a BigWater SE right here, and the radiator is clearly copper tubing with aluminum fins. Why ThermalTake doesn't mention that is beyond me.
Same here , i have a 745 , but the smaller radiator is exactly the same as the SE . I can assure you that the tubing is copper. Listen to the Dr, noob1. Or maybe we got a couple of *special* radiators lol
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