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Old 2nd April, 2004, 06:58 PM
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Asetek or Danger Den

I need some advice, which is better?

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Old 2nd April, 2004, 07:22 PM
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No idea, but I'm very happy with my complete asetek kit! Easy to setup, and has a fair price too.

Performance should be great if you get the new Antartica waterblock.. but its pretty good with the normal waterblock. Especially if you consider the low price.
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I like the Danger Den RBX block that I have.
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For an all in one solution then any of the Asetek kits are the way to go.
The Danger Den RBX looks good, but I'm not sure there is that much difference in performance between it and the Antarctica. The D-Tek LRWW also emply the same "technology" and are worth a look. You'll need a beefy pump for these blocks.

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Over at O/C the asetek antartica and the DD RBX perform equally well in their tests. You won't go wrong with either, I think.
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Thanks for the advice.
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I agree with Lazygoat. I have the Danger Den RBX in my system and am getting good cooling performance. You will need a high power pump though because they are fairly flow restricting. There are a few places that do the RBX in the UK. I paid £45 for my RBX from www.chill-tek.com and got the rest of my kit from a computer fair of all places.
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