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Aquagate ALC-UO1 cooling question

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Helloo--

would my Aquagate be able to cool a AMD 64 4000+ (San Diego core) and do it well?

Right now I have a AMD XP 3200+ at 12.5 mulitpler x 200 FSB

28-30 C idle

30-38 C Load

thanks in advance

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Guest Mindless Moron   
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Yea it could cool it, won't be as good as a decent water cooling solution but it could cool it.

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POLO    0

MM you really don't like the Auquagate do you?

For $119 at most resellers that isn't too bad for an easy WC'ing setup.

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merovingian    0
MM you really don't like the Auquagate do you?

For $119 at most resellers that isn't too bad for an easy WC'ing setup.

I don't like it either, why get that over a good air cooler for half the price? Furthermore, it's falsly advertised that it can cool a whole system, it can't and it's practically impossible to return once you get it running and find out that it doesn't do what it says. Yeah, that happened to me.

Getting back on topic, load temps at 38 degrees are great as long as you actually tested the temps while running a real stress test such as superpi or prime95 so I'd stick with what you got if that's the case.

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