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  1. Head is ok at 6.1m... 3100Lph is a lot though. Waste of money IMO.
  2. Koolance usually gold plates their blocks, so it doesnt matter what their radiator is made of... Koolance is kind of goofy like that. Cheap on the radiator, but then they put gold on their blocks.
  3. Probably... I would just get it all off and apply 1 drop to the CPU, put the heatsink on and twist it a little, then secure it down and thats that.
  4. Using "car coolant" doesnt guarantee 100% safety from corrosion. Brass in the radiators and copper blocks are fine, brass and aluminum are fine. Aluminum and copper are not ok. Proof: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpo...21&postcount=39
  5. Ive had my E6600 at 3.6GHz on my DFI without much work. It took him weeks to get his to 3.33 stable. Next upgrade I'll show him the wonderful world of DFI. On a side note, youre right... 3.33GHz on a Core 2 is an insane amount of processing power, maybe "only" wasnt the right choice of word.
  6. 2 drops of AS5 on the CPU and 1 drop on the heatsink? Wayyy too much. Angry_Games used this much on his P4 520... the IHS is or is about the same size as a Core 2 Duo and he used the SI-120 with that.
  7. My buddy got the DS3 v1.3 a few days after C2D was released in August... finnicky board. He can only get his E6600 to 3.33 stable.
  8. catkicker, that resevoir is aluminum. I would recommend you dont use it unless all of your waterblocks are aluminum. Copper blocks and aluminum resevoirs dont play nice.
  9. Its called a Proxy.
  10. Unless your fan controller can handle the power draw of your pump, (not many can) and your controller can provide clean power for the pump, I wouldnt do that. Fan controllers have a tendency to take nice, clean DC PSU power and fudge it up to some rippled DC.
  11. I scratched most of mine off with my finger nail when I replaced my northbridge heatsink on my 975X/G, then cleaned the rest off with 91% isopropyl alcohol.
  12. I scratched most of mine off with my finger nail when I replaced my northbridge heatsink on my 975X/G, then cleaned the rest off with 91% isopropyl alcohol.
  13. I used the spring clip thing that came with it for the 2 loops on my Infinity. Temps are 35/42 for idle/load in a 19C room.
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