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Old 01-03-2006, 11:13 PM   #11
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Default Re: o/c'ing rly that bad ?

Oh yeah. 2.4 right now is hardly anything. I mean, the CPU's only at 30 degrees right now. Just for the hell of it, I may just go up to 2.6 and leave it at that for several days to see how it works out. When you go water cooling, where do you normally put the compressor and all that stuff needed to run it? I hear some gets pretty big and so people put it on the outside of the case?

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Old 01-03-2006, 11:20 PM   #12
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The pump, and all the waterblocks go inside of course. The Radiator is usually near the intake fans on the inside or on the outside near the exhaust fans. You usually want the fans to pull air not push. Im going to be using a T-line so no resevor needed. They tend to crack. For the Radiator, im going to use a DangerDen BIX. Waterblocks, ill be using a Maze4 for GPU, and probably an Apogee from Swiftech. The pump ill be using a Swiftech MCP655 which is the same thing as the DD D5.

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