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Larkooler Universal High Performance CPU Water Cooling Kit

http://www.smartwatercooling.com/cpu...el-ba2-241.htm

Is this any good for W/C?

Cooler than a h70 ?

I want a first time setup, please dont suggest the Rasa kit, to much to import into my country.

I somehow double posted, sorry.
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post #2 of 14
Better than H70 (possibly). Looks exactly like a Thermaltake Bigwater...which are total pieces of junk.
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Different brand, there is a better setup, ill post a picture of the 300$ (200us) setup/



Good setup?
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Seems better quality than Thermaltake. The only thing I dont like is the pump flow rate. 72 l/hour seems slow
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I was actually considering this kit before I got my xspc kit over a year ago. After looking at many reeviews on this kit I realized how bad it is. Look on best case scenario and there benchmarks this kit is barely better than aircooling if not worse in some scenarios. So I would highely recommend going custom since u said the rasa was out
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post #6 of 14
to put it this way, the rasa pump does 750 L/hour and is considered a mid grade pump.

that pump with that kit is a complete POS
post #7 of 14
this would most likely be a much better kit.

http://www.smartwatercooling.com/g1-4.htm
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post #9 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by MysticHawk View Post
those kits are going to perform horribly. Plus for the price you can get something much better.

what is your location?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MysticHawk View Post
Ur better off paying the shipping and getting the rasa kit
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