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Im trying to see if anyone knows about a good cooling system from Newegg.com?? Im trying to pair it up with my Asus EAH4870 DK TOP 512mbx2 or another site maybe where i could bundle these items and get a good price? let me know
 

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jw is the Ultra alot better than that kit? because i really want that 1 as just trying to get all my stuff from one place (if possible)
 

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The only kits worth it are the ones deom danger den and petra's tech. they are made up from custom components. Swiftech has some decent ones as well, but if you are going to go water, build it yourself and avaoid commercial kits.
 

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The only kits worth it are the ones deom danger den and petra's tech. they are made up from custom components. Swiftech has some decent ones as well, but if you are going to go water, build it yourself and avaoid commercial kits.

Yes pre-built kits are bad! Stay away from Tt whatever you do!!!
 

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jw is the Ultra alot better than that kit? because i really want that 1 as just trying to get all my stuff from one place (if possible)

Doing your own custom w/c loop will give you better performance.
You might have to buy from different stores to get the products you need
 

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Well im open to suggestions. because i want it to work well.. because i have never messed with a water sys before at all
 

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Im trying to see if anyone knows about a good cooling system from Newegg.com?? Im trying to pair it up with my Asus EAH4870 DK TOP 512mbx2 or another site maybe where i could bundle these items and get a good price? let me know

Since you live in Lakeland, you could take a drive over to Performance-PCs in Palm Bay and get everything you need. Two hour drive probably, but they have tons of stuff for water cooling.
 

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Since you live in Lakeland, you could take a drive over to Performance-PCs in Palm Bay and get everything you need. Two hour drive probably, but they have tons of stuff for water cooling.

I noticed they actually have a website to i can just call them talk to them and then order it offline.
 

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Any suggestions then Dralb?? its for my sig rig but will soon have 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121288

Not from newegg. You are going to have to do some research and see what is available and from who. Do you have a budget? Are you going to do GFX only? If you are running 2 cards, you should ideally run 2 loops. One for CPU and another for GFX. I would be prepared to spend $300 or so.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/swmcfucowafo.html
http://www.petrastechshop.com/swmcin12pu.html
http://www.petrastechshop.com/fextr12ra.html
http://www.petrastechshop.com/7id5odtyrlat.html

Add clamps and fittings etc. that would be good for the GFX cards. I have never used feser rads, but they have a decent rep. If you are on a budget, you might want to look used. Also, price shop. Besides being OOS, there are often sales etc.
 

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The only kits worth it are the ones deom danger den and petra's tech. they are made up from custom components. Swiftech has some decent ones as well, but if you are going to go water, build it yourself and avaoid commercial kits.

I second that.
I think sticking to well proven computer water cooling components, manufactured by well proven and water cooling affectionaro trusted companies, like Swiftech or Danger Den, is definitely the way to go . Also if you have a DIY build you learn a lot of things and IMO the finished product is quieter, more efficient and much better looking than AC'ed systems. Not being even remotely connected to Petras Tech Shop (other than a faithful customer), I don't think there's a better online vendor for computer water cooling components, water cooling kits or even water cooling advice.


Sometimes the cost may surprise you, but you know the old sayin' "you get what you pay for" and water cooling components and kits are expensive (to do it right and have quality kits)


DCing for the CURE
 
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