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Just realized..haha.

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I saw that after i posed it, but dident care enough to take it down, in fact i just grimed and went on.
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Yea i did get that, but im not going to keep it stock, im very new to watercooling and wanted a cheep start to getting into it, i was going to replace the pump anyway, and since its doa, i took it down and sent it back cause it never hurts to have all working parts haha, Ill slowly replace parts as i go but i figure its a good cheep alternative to it.... plus it was a new egg giftcard and it was the only complete set... i had 100 in giftcard. that radiator is actually pretty solid, Was thinking of a push pull on it, and everything else seems pretty solid except that Block im replacing that asap.




I believe we have a Harbor freight ill check them out.
the rad is one of the worst things on it, if it's the all aluminum one. they have some rads with copper tubing, but it's round tubing and not flat. round tubing works, but flat is better as there is far less of a "dead zone" in the middle that doesn't touch the copper.

as others have said you will be replacing everything in that kit so why bother wasting money on it. you can get swiftech stuff from the egg so get one of there pumps or rads instead of a complete kit.
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post #13 of 13
Get rid of the thermaltake water kit, its really sub-par quality prone to failures and leaks. as others have said ditch it, and spend your money on a Rasa RS240 kit, damn, even a H50/70 is hullava lot better than the tt water stuff.
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