Zalmans are average. If you can't stand a little noise and you have a mild overclock it can work. But I don't think I'm alone when I say there are allot better kits out there.
I think you'll be happy with a quality watercooling kit. Unless youâ€™re looking for an extreme overclock then move on to phase. But if you've never watercooled before don't try to use a pelter yet. Start with just watercooling first.
One of our favorite kits for starters are the swiftech kits. But 400 euro can get you some very nice parts to make your own custom kit that will work very well.
for 400 US dollars I built a nice setup that most people will find easy to install using parts I picked out from different sites.
I have my sights set on getting a Zalman Reserator 1 V2 and I love it because it's cooler than air yet silent. If you want a silent enviroment get the Reserator 2 but if you are going to overclock your should build a kit or buy a Swiftech kit.
Yeah everyone's right...If you want a good WC rig don't get a Zalman...I don't know if these are available to you there...They are more a collection of high quality parts then a kit, they will cool well and are easy to upgrade...Get this one if you can.... Swiftech H20-220-APEX ULTRA CPU Liquid Cooling Kit
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