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Old 07-19-2005, 02:21 PM   #1
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wondering if anyone has installed a Thermaltake Big Water cl-w0005 on a msi k8n neo4 motherboard or at least another k8n board.
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Old 07-19-2005, 03:53 PM   #2
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apparently no one has
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Hmm yes BigLu you appear to be correct.
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Not many are wealthy enough to use water cooling. No Offense but if they had the money they wouldn't get your motherboard but a VERY expensive one.
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I have. Why do you ask? Having an issue. And ComputerGen, why wouldn't I buy that board. I had that board maybe... 8 months ago. The BIGWATER is easy to install, one of the easiest liquid cooling systems to set up.
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Old 07-19-2005, 11:59 PM   #6
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this neo baord is just some cheap board for now until i get my crossfire board and another x800 pro crossfire. oh and the bigwater is only like $150 can, pretty cheap for nothing but 5 out of 5 reviews.
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this neo baord is just some cheap board for now until i get my crossfire board and another x800 pro crossfire. oh and the bigwater is only like $150 can, pretty cheap for nothing but 5 out of 5 reviews.
Y were u asking? I have installed a bigwater on that exact board around 8-12 months ago. what did u want to know???
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i saw in a review page (only con)

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all boards except k7 need certain hole to mount the heatsink. just being curious so that it doent have to sit and rot until crossfire comes out
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I had no problems mounting it.. but I dunno honestly, hard to remember back that far my man!
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I was gonna point something strange out about this thread but I think a smart person might have already figured it out for themselves. Don't ask...
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