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Old 6th July, 2005, 01:13 AM
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Water Cooling kit...that works with PCI E

I think I have found the best Water Cooling kit, at least from what I've gathered from alot of different web sites..heres a link

http://www.frozencpu.com/scan/se=Wat...nu_search.html

but I am confused as crap b/c there are alot of different ones on that page..and it seems ALL of the kits only have connecters for AGP video cards and not PCI E..

any advice?
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www.dangerden.com have very high quality water cooling parts and kits. They have PCIe ones as well, but they are sold in pairs, fo SLi. You could buy a set and sell the other, possibly.

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/home.php?cat=67

There is two to choose from. Hope this helps.

Im still on air cooling, so I dont know how much more help I could be.
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no you helped alot, 'preciate it
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Not a problem, mate!
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Another very good water block for vid cards is at Koolance. The prices are 92.00 each NV block and if you compare the water block to the aforementioned DangerDen, you will quite noticably see a larger surface area and system integration to prevent future expansions.
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hahah I just noticed, this is an old post. lol
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