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I'm finally going to ditch the Thermaltake waterblock that I've been running on my cpu in preperation for a new chip(would do the whole thing, but don't have the money available for new board, ram, and chip).
I'm currently looking at the EK Supreme LT, the Danger Den MC-TDX or the Danger Den MPC-CPU.
As it is, I'm not planning on upgrading everything now, just can't get the money for it, and with gas prices the way they are, I've had to make cuts, and this is sadly one place that I've had to cut back(it was either here or food, and I haven't figured out how to survive without eating yet).

P.S. I'm also planning on a new radiator, but have yet to choose one. All I know so far is that I'll be running a 120mm single(there's also going to be an evap chiller, but the rad will be first in the loop in case I take the evap out).
Edited by Straick - 3/10/11 at 8:31pm
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u should just save up. or if u really want to upgrade stick around in the for sale section. i see water blocks go for as low as $25 shipped. i got my GTZ for $30 or 35.
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Last time I just saved up, I ended up spending the money on a new truck instead(my last one's comp burned up and would have cost too much to replace), so I'm going to upgrade as I can.
I have something about getting the best that I can,but at the same time not liking to replace everything, and am looking at about 350 or so for a 3 Ghz quad core chip.
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