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slayer2cool

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  1. lol im not trying to defend Tt or what but i think ppl are just too overly biased against them.. i mean look at Silentx ixtrema 120mm http://www.silenxusa.com/productcart/pc/co...11&idproduct=48 its also what you guys will call a "innovative" idea
  2. actually to an extend it is based on the old dragon orb series so yeah, you can say its Tt idea.
  3. dont use a fan with thermal sensor like the vantec thermoflow as a fan on your heatsink. your fan will have a hard time regulating the rpm with respect to the temperature it measures and all i got to say is, whatever heatsink the d00d recommended, i wont say there is "the best" heatsink cos each of them will differ by 1-2C in terms of performance.. that is negligible to me ah. just use your budget, mobo compatibility and case spacing as a guide and you be fine
  4. http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/?i=1956&s=1 here is the link and no worries, the review is trustworthy but as i said before, cant expect much out of it
  5. well first problem is leakage, second is if your pump is an AC pump and you switch on your pc without running your pump, you may fry your cpu i guess that is about it. i dont think cost can be considered as a risk
  6. lol, you cant really compare air and water cooling together, but from some of the reviews i seen, the R80 isnt that bad for something that cheap and honestly im considering it as a first step for me to venture into watercooling
  7. lol i think he is refering to the HRSI tiles characteristic of being able to dissipate heat rapidly.. an HRSI tile taken from a 2,300 F oven can be immersed in cold water without damage.. surface heat dissipates so quickly that an uncoated tile can be held by its edges with an ungloved hand seconds after removal from the oven while its interior still glows red.. saw that on tv once so i guess to an extend, he do have a point.
  8. lol i just realized, the procooling link i gave is for TDX! hahahaha sorry man, gave you wrong info, i was dang sleepy ah. you should go to dangerden webby and on the DD5 page, click on view pics to view the flowrate chart. from the looks of it, the DD5 pump should do it if you used nozzle 1 but still as i said earlier, you can try and experiment with the other nozzles and see the main problem with the RBX is trying to achieve even mounting pressure on the block.
  9. lol, 1 word, experiment but yeah technically, 5 should give the best results cos it can be said it uses some sort of jet impingement cooling method but pressure drop gonna be a lot. i guess its a matter of what pump you using and finding the most efficient nozzles for your system ok found some stuff on procooling. nozzle 4 seems to be the best http://www.procooling.com/reviews/html/dan...le_tests_-_.php
  10. i have to vouch for SP-97, SI-97 and the mcx462V.
  11. on a side note, the vf700 will surely outperform the silencer by a few degrees. but as mentioned above, the silencer wont dump hot air into your case
  12. dont really matter about arrangement... wont have any adverse effect on cpu temps and sort
  13. the zalman 9500 is really really pricey.. priciest heatsink+fan combo i ever seen on the market. so i go for price wise and get the xp-120
  14. lol seen this pic quite a number of times whenever someone wanna dive into pelt cooling.. hahahaha
  15. lol if you can DIY your own heatpipes, i shall bow to you and call you GURU! its blardy hard to make it. trust me on this
  16. if you're arent fussy with ram cooling, V-1.. but hot air will stay in your case. if you're fussy with ram cooling, arctic silencer and hot air will be exhausted out of your case. though i think with most GDDR3 ram modules, just having a decent airflow over it with or without sinks will do just fine
  17. actually i prefer to have the better cooling loop to cool the cpu and have the koolance kit to cool the gpu. but that is just me
  18. lol you ppl, that is the reason he wanna get a kit.. he wants the bling factor and he just wants to watercool.. that is all
  19. thermaltake volcano line of products were great. and you got to admit, unlike most cooling company, thermaltake produces alot of product that are easily available to anyone
  20. lol. i think for socket A users like you and me i dont think we can use the gigabyte galaxy watercooling kit sad man! i guess you can use the Bigwater. that's the only choice you have left, unless you wanna modify the galaxy kit to fit it into your socket A. lol
  21. LOL my man, i have no idea, i asked my friend about it who owns the kit, he said he isnt sure. but i checked the webby and it didnt mention anything about being able to fit into a socket A. will try to ask around.
  22. oh yeah i forgot about the kit, lol sorry
  23. lol too big?? the fan itself is 120mm man its like 130mm in diameter for the 7700.
  24. darkblade shouldnt have any problem with the xp-120 and his mobo.
  25. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16835128011 lol a tat above your budget my friend managed to get a Pentium D at 3.9Ghz to about 65C on full load.. lol not bad for a first timer company in watercooling.. but if you want even cheaper, rather go for coolermaster aquagate mini. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16835103165 better this than the Tt bigwater i always say not Tt bashing, just its not worth the money.
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