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Old 18-11-10, 09:46 PM
Tony2438 Tony2438 is offline
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At the moment I have the H50 time to replace I have the CoolerMaster Aquagate MAX which I have not used and I am thinking of getting Swiftech Apogee XT CPU Block and what sort of temps could get I will hopefully go for a custom water cooling set up in the future any advice I would be gratfull

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Old 18-11-10, 10:11 PM
AMDFTW AMDFTW is offline
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stay away from kits mate

save and build your own loop,WC is something to get into 100% not half assed

and coolermaster aquagate is poo aswell as the h50
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Old 19-11-10, 05:44 AM
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Or get a Noctua NH-D14 which kicks the H50 all over the place and will let you overclock and keep the temperatures down pretty well ;-).

I myself am a little afraid of taking the step to go for a custom water-cooled rig. I sure don't want my parts to get damaged.
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Old 19-11-10, 02:52 PM
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even the almighty DH14 qould not be as good as a decent WC loop
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Old 19-11-10, 06:50 PM
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even the almighty DH14 qould not be as good as a decent WC loop
Sure that's very true. A custom WC loop is the best way to go. I was just wanting to say that there is no point in buying "Water Cooling" like the H50 or H70" since you get better results with the Noctua.
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