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Is this any good, WaterChill Antarctica CPU/VGA/Chipset Power kit - KT12A-L30 [220V/mm/Triple Rad.] #16664

Angry or anyone else?????

Its just that I could go and pick this up myself.

And please be honest.

Its the best one this shop has chillblaster.

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Using the waterchill antarctica cpu kit (mostly that is, using another pump than the one that comes with it) and i have experienced no problems whatsoever caused by the parts (a leak caused by my screwup, didnt harm any components tho).
My cpu maxes out at 43C when priming for 4 hours (venice @ 1.55v) and im only running the radiator-fans at 7v. I'd recommend it, easy to install, simple to move around etc.
Build the set according to your comp, then take it to your shower or smth and let it run for 30 minutes while checking for leaks. If everything is okay, take it back to your comp and install.

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The antarctica block is a nice design modeled after the rbx blocks with the main difference of push on fittings. I can't stress enough how dangerous the fittings on this particular block can be. Even though they can withstand just about any pressure thrown at them, one bump and they leak like a sive. The gpu block can withstand a bump with less a chance of leaks, but why take the risk with blocks such as the Maze4 on the market. [url="http://www.dangerden.com"]www.dangerden.com[/url] [url="http://www.frozencpu.com"]www.frozencpu.com[/url] I speak from experience when I say it's worth the extra dollars and the extra wait

Depending on your application I would suggest the TDX over the RBX, the RBX is most effective when utilizeing a pressure drop in a system with a strong pump. For more of a moderate application the TDX will perfom well .

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[quote name='Surrept']The antarctica block is a nice design modeled after the rbx blocks with the main difference of push on fittings. I can't stress enough how dangerous the fittings on this particular block can be. Even though they can withstand just about any pressure thrown at them, one bump and they leak like a sive. The gpu block can withstand a bump with less a chance of leaks, but why take the risk with blocks such as the Maze4 on the market. [url="http://www.dangerden.com"]www.dangerden.com[/url] [url="http://www.frozencpu.com"]www.frozencpu.com[/url] I speak from experience when I say it's worth the extra dollars and the extra wait

Depending on your application I would suggest the TDX over the RBX, the RBX is most effective when utilizeing a pressure drop in a system with a strong pump. For more of a moderate application the TDX will perfom well .[/quote].

Thanks ALL but I'm still new to this water cooling and TDX AND RBX???????.

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[quote name='chz']Using the waterchill antarctica cpu kit (mostly that is, using another pump than the one that comes with it) and i have experienced no problems whatsoever caused by the parts (a leak caused by my screwup, didnt harm any components tho).
My cpu maxes out at 43C when priming for 4 hours (venice @ 1.55v) and im only running the radiator-fans at 7v. I'd recommend it, easy to install, simple to move around etc.
Build the set according to your comp, then take it to your shower or smth and let it run for 30 minutes while checking for leaks. If everything is okay, take it back to your comp and install.[/quote]

Do they make a better one or is that it???

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[quote name='Surrept']The antarctica block is a nice design modeled after the rbx blocks with the main difference of push on fittings. I can't stress enough how dangerous the fittings on this particular block can be. Even though they can withstand just about any pressure thrown at them, one bump and they leak like a sive. The gpu block can withstand a bump with less a chance of leaks, but why take the risk with blocks such as the Maze4 on the market. [url="http://www.dangerden.com"]www.dangerden.com[/url] [url="http://www.frozencpu.com"]www.frozencpu.com[/url] I speak from experience when I say it's worth the extra dollars and the extra wait

Depending on your application I would suggest the TDX over the RBX, the RBX is most effective when utilizeing a pressure drop in a system with a strong pump. For more of a moderate application the TDX will perfom well .[/quote]

Surrept WHEN YOU COMEING OVER????

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[quote name='zac1'].

Thanks ALL but I'm still new to this water cooling and TDX AND RBX???????.[/quote]


All sorted, cpu killer is going to send me a set up.

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