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Thanks for the heads up all of you!

Well let's see. For H70, I am quite satisfied right now, so let's see. My only concerns are graphic cards.

1) I am reading now through all the guides you sent me, so I am learning lot of new stuff

2) After that I will probably choose that acetal/nickle one. There is no point to save on such important matter although I need to spare some buck right now for other projects.

3) My budget right now should be about 400 $. I will expand when needed. What do you think about that Zalman reserator 2?
post #12 of 15
Acetal Looks sexy! It has 580 engraved on it tho.
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No problem with 580 engravings, it will inside the box all the time. I am more interested in thermal results
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What do you think about that Zalman reserator 2?
Beyond horrible, it performs worse than a 120mm radiator with a low speed fan and since it's constructed from aluminum it will cause galvanic corrosion in your loop.

I would never, EVER use it in a water cooling loop.
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hey this thread has been for a wile but im just curious i want add liquid cooling to my sli gtx 570s. but keep my h70 for cpu. any suggestions this would be my first time doing a custom liquid cooling.
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