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Aquagate for only €72

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stylish83    0

thats old, that is discontinued...i got one here but i havent installed because that they tend to crack easily and this was enough to stop the production like for all waterblock for the aquagate apart from the Trident. There is a thread with my email that i had recieved from coolermaster about the waterblocks).

but here you are. a compy of my email:

Hi Shailesh,

No problem it's my job...

Well some of the parts where defective we found that the plastic part isn't

strong enough and that in some occasions with a little bit to much pressure

putt on it it breaks and starts leeking. This was enough to stop the

production for now I know that there are some shops still selling it but

these are the last ones available.

You could check these sites if you want to purchase them anyway;

http://www.sundialmicro.com/Cooler-Mast ... 34_488.htm

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http://www.directron.com/rlsuccnu1.html

If you Google the item codes you will still find some stores which have

these parts on stock but better be sure if you buy one to check it very

carefully before unpacking it for cracks.

Best regards,

Robby Bottenberg

Coolermaster-Europe B.V.

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knud    129
if you are going to cool both nb and gpu, of course you should know that no output can go directly to the NB and the other outlet to the gpu. Then you can use the Y connector or preferably a 'T' connector to the intake of the aquagate...

good luck with your build and please post pics when finished...

I'll only cool the cpu with it, so no problem there. (as my vga and nb chipset are passive cooled and therefore pretty silence and still cool enough.

The only thing that stops me from getting an Aquagate is, how much cooler does my cpu get, or how much "watt" can it takes/cool?

(for overclocking)

(is the 80mm fan a 3pin fan btw?)

Thanks for all the input!

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stylish83    0

No problem 8)

As for

The only thing that stops me from getting an Aquagate is, how much cooler does my cpu get, or how much "watt" can it takes/cool? (for overclocking)
i don't know the answer to this.

But yes the 80mm fan is a 3pin connection but by opening that the aquagate, you will be breaking your warrenty if not broken already.

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kbates666    0

My Aquagate did not come with the tri-barb CPU block, mine is a standard 2 barb block, so I dont know what you are all taking about. The Coolent is a pain in the butt to get in even with the filler on the bottle I would recomend a funnel.

P.S. Does anyone's aquagate click sometimes?

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POLO    0
P.S. Does anyone's aquagate click sometimes?

On when i turn on computer on and off, aka the unit turns itself on and off. You should probably check your power connections!

I have my computer turn on and the aquagate not, a very bad thing.

The water started to boil!

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**WoUtEr**    0
My Aquagate did not come with the tri-barb CPU block, mine is a standard 2 barb block, so I dont know what you are all taking about.
The shop where i was talking about put it in the box .. nobody said it is standard in it Click :roll:

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stylish83    0

when the first aquagate was released, i was not designed for the 775 socket so all the other cpus, k7,k8,939,754 all used the two barb connection but later as time past they release the aquagate with a 3 barb cpu block that was compatitable with all the other cpus including the 775.

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kbates666    0

Thats a shame because three barb blocks are better.

When my Aquagate clicks I does it during normal usage not when it starts so is that a problem with the pump?

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