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Old 25th April, 2004, 10:24 PM
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Asetek waterchill is now what i am looking at i was thinking of geting it hear allan u sure there easy to set up does it run off my mb or the wall i want one that runs off the wall cause then i can test it
i was thinking of geting a water cooling kit for here http://www.below-0.net/belowzero.asp
but i not sure which kit i don't want to spead too much i was thinking like 400 max more like just 300 or 270
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Old 26th April, 2004, 02:59 PM
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Hey Scottman, it really is an easy install job if you just follow the instructions and don't rush it.

The pump that comes with the WaterChill kit doesn't plug into the motherboard, and when all is set up it will start with your PC. However for testing and filling purposes, you just short the green and black PSU wire from the PSU mobo plug. It should be illustrated in the manual too..
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BTW, unlike most reviewers, I paid for mine and have Zero stake in what what ever choice you make Swiftech is a fine product and Asetek "appears to be" no less so.

My next water cooling setup, baring progress in the field, will be Koolance.


I agree with you Dan~. I got a little carried away with Koolance. not only
did I find 2 used PC601BK fulltowers, I bought a new 601BW. I will offer up
a review as soon as I can.
the Exos is high on my list for the future. for an all-in-one, it looks good too.
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