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Old 26th August, 2003, 02:17 PM
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Water cooling

Hi,I am new on this board and I am thinking about upgrading to water cooling.Has anyone heard of h2o-cool-sprinter water cooling set.I have been on their website and seriously thinking about purchasing one of these sets,they are the cheapest I have seen so far on the net.
I would appreciate any advice regarding this product,or if anybody has one of these sets from h2o.
Their web site can be found at:
www.h2o-computer.co.uk

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Old 26th August, 2003, 02:50 PM
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H2O computer have been receiving some publicity lately It's actually a German company - the British arm seems to be selling exactly the same stuff, with rather a competitive exchange rate between £ and €. I have seen people raving about the quality of the stuff.

You might do well to look up some german overclocking sites - google.de and babelfish will prove handy here - if you want to see a review.

If you get it, let us know how you get on - I'm kinda interested in a cheap watercooling loop for my next box...
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that rad with room for 3 120mm fans has caught my eye, i only have a single 120mm ran now, i could run it in parallel with my current one for reduced flow rates so the water is in the rad for longer loosing heat, might be a bit unbalanced tho.
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