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Old 24th February, 2002, 06:26 AM
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Best Water Cooling system!

Ok- im posting this in 3 places- here- amd- cooling sections!!
I want a water cooling system! Complete system that will fit into MY antec 1040b! Swiftech- danger den....... ehime whadever! Suggestions PLZ!

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Again, one place, please. But anyway, I have a pump suggestion. I just got the Via Aqua VA-306 pump (526 GPH/1880 LPH), and it looks pretty good. Haven't installed it yet, but it can shoot water 18" up in my bathroom :-D

You can get it for $24 shipped from here: http://www.ffexpress.com

They are very good and prompt too.
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Pump: Danner Magdrive 250GPH@7' is the only way I'll go!
(High Volume)+(High Pressure)=(Much Fluid Velocity Goodness)

Waterblock: Pretty much I'd say just pick one, the performance differences between the top 3 or 4 are marginal at most. I've tried most of 'em out . . . . Perhaps some future offerings from some companies will be quite superior, but you want to buy now . . . .

Radiator: Large flat tube automotive heatercores beat everything, even the expensive "Black Ice" and "Cube" radiators. No joke, I've tested a lot of radiators . . . .

Fan: I like the 105CFM 120mm Panaflows myself . . . .
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Old 24th February, 2002, 04:09 PM
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Personally id get a dangerden maze 2-1 eheim pump (either 1048 or 1250) and a car heatercore as dimreaper recomends.

The dangerden 2-1 is good bacause it comes with a peltier cold plate should you ever get that extreme..but it works without the cold plate if necicary.
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I've been thinking about exactly the same thing. I have started looking at water cooling setups, but I am really not in the mood to go carving up my case just yet. 1030B, so it's pretty much the same case except for the psu. I've mostly been considering going with some goodies from DangerDen since their prices are pretty good overall. I want this thing to be quiet and not so much for super cooling. Still not sure about the radiator though. I don't know how big it has to be(or how small it can be) to keep a Tbird 1.0@1.4 reasonably cool, with quiet fans.
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Pump: Danner Magdrive 250GPH@7' is the only way I'll go!
(High Volume)+(High Pressure)=(Much Fluid Velocity Goodness)

Waterblock: Pretty much I'd say just pick one, the performance differences between the top 3 or 4 are marginal at most. I've tried most of 'em out . . . . Perhaps some future offerings from some companies will be quite superior, but you want to buy now . . . .

Radiator: Large flat tube automotive heatercores beat everything, even the expensive "Black Ice" and "Cube" radiators. No joke, I've tested a lot of radiators . . . .

Fan: I like the 105CFM 120mm Panaflows myself . . . .
Yeah....... I have several heat cores........ but im looking for a SMALL (like 4inchx3inch size) that will cool my 1800------- rember this is a SMALL yet large case!

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Yeah....... I have several heat cores........ but im looking for a SMALL (like 4inchx3inch size) that will cool my 1800------- rember this is a SMALL yet large case!
I'm afraid you will not find anything in that size that will meet your performance expectations.
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hummmmmmmmm

I think ill try the smaller rad. from danger den..........- i also saw a smaller 4x4 rad thats completly copper.........

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I want this thing to be quiet and not so much for super cooling. Still not sure about the radiator though. I don't know how big it has to be(or how small it can be) to keep a Tbird 1.0@1.4 reasonably cool, with quiet fans.
I'm with you, not as much interested in the highest OC as I am the quiet factor. My setup works very well. DD maze 2 block, heater core, Mag Drive 250GPH pump. 2 120mm fans cooling the rad (quiet fans)
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