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has anyone been to the one in richardson? does it have water cooling supplies?
 

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I remember seeing some kits when I was there, I didn't specifically look for supplies.

They also have great CPU prices, as they match the "major online retailers" (basically Newegg's price) on CPUs. You still have to pay tax, but you can get your item right away
 

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thanks guys
i might work there later when i get license
im going there friday for a radiator
and some dye.
 

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You better get green dye!

i am phantom i am
 

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Upgrade your hardware first. Watercooling would be a waste

gimmie ur opty
 

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gimmie ur opty

nu sorry kthx bai!

I just don't think watercooling something that doesn't get hot (3500+) would be a good expenditure.
 

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nu sorry kthx bai!

I just don't think watercooling something that doesn't get hot (3500+) would be a good expenditure.

my load is 50º since im in texas >_> and my idle is 40...
 

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Nothing wrong with those temps. Not enough to warrant water cooling if you ask me...
 
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