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building your own setup or getting a kit sounds like a significantly better option, plus it'd be quieter.

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merovingian    0
building your own setup or getting a kit sounds like a significantly better option, plus it'd be quieter.

I agree, but will have less features and will be more difficult to install. If you want details, you can PM me.

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A danger den gpu water block cost as much as the hole aquagate setup. Just put a 120mm rad on your rear 120mm fan . The pump will do great. You can get an Aquagate for $119 at newagg.

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a danger den gpu block is $44 i dunno where you've been shopping. $60 for the decent brass one

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-_JonA_-    0

what if I replace the 80mm fan with a 120mm fan (+fan-adapter)

and take out the radiator then... (just like a carburator !?)

but I think I only will cool my P4 3.00Ghz CPU and ATI 9800Pro(128mb)... that must work...!?

should it help if I attach my CPU and VGA in parallel?

I've heard once serial doesn't matter 'cause the watterflow is fretty fast...

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frozencpu Danger Den NV-68 (Nvidia 6800 series) 1/2" ID Water Block Price: $124.95 Do we really have to start this crap again!?

Ya, but he said (a couple of posts up) that he as a 9800pro. They start at $44.95 on the DD site.

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