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    Read a few reviews online and came across another kit.
    Asetek WaterChill Watercooler Kit. Anyone want to comment?
    Does the 'WaterChill Video GPU Cooling Block' fit on a ATi R9800P?

    *Pump (Hydor L20, 700l/h) with attached WaterChill reservoir RSV01
    *Hermaphrodite power cord used to power on/off the pump and fan along with the PC.
    *WaterChill radiator RDT01 with attached 120mm Sunon fan
    *WaterChill CPU cooler/water-block
    *WaterChill Video GPU Cooling Block
    *2 hoses, 10mm/6.5mm and 12mm/8mm, approx. 1m each (~ 3ft)
    *One plastic bag full of assorted small parts; screws, clamps, thermal paste, etc.
    *Anti-algae solution, enough for 4 complete refills of the system

    $444.00

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    ummm... How much do you want to spend, and what do you want to cool (CPU only, CPU + VGA, CPU + VGA + Chipset)?

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    Around the $300-450 AUD. Could stretch a bit more.
    Mostly looking to cool CPU and GPU.

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    A nice little setup that i've just snapped together:

    Little River Cascade - $130 Cathar
    Eheim 1048 - $130 Chiled PC
    2m 1/2 Clearflex60 - $14 Chiled PC
    '87 Camry Heatercore - ~$50 from the wreckers
    Enermax 12cm adjustable RPM Fan - ~$30
    =$354
    +
    Videocard waterblock of your choice :)


    Just don't forget postage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy
    Don't bother with TT Watercooling stuff

    Also, if you can spare about 0 for the waterblock, try a Cathars Little River Cascade from here:
    http://www.employees.org/~slf/lrwb/
    werd... the best waterblock on the planet!
    ~ Gigabyte 8INXP ~ | P4 3.06 @ 3.53 ghz | 31c idle - 33c load - 61.5f ambient | 1 gig Corsiar XMS 3200 cl2 | Radeon 9700 Pro @ 378/364
    ~ Cascade wb ~ | Eheim 1250 (external) | DD maze3 gpu wb | D-Tek Pro Core (mounted externally) - 2 x 120mm


    FOLD! :)

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    My friends dad works at the wreckers, might be able to get something similar to the '87 Camry Heatercore for free. How does the heater core look like anyway? I mean dimensions wise. And why the '87 Camry Heatercore.
    I'm a newb when it come to water cooling.

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    its pretty long, you could probably fit 2 12cm fans on it, i don't know exactly tho, cos i don't have one.

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    Hmmmm, I have a Antec 1000AMG case, where do I place something that big?????

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    Outside of the case! ;)
    I think on top woulb the best!
    SYX -=AMD Powered=-
    AMD 1800+ @ 1880Mhz on A7S333 , 250 Meg DDR 333 Platinum @2-2-2-6
    Asus TNT 2 32 meg (128) , 250W ATX, 200W AT (same case)
    Steel automotive intake fan (see avatar) , 3X40mm exaust fans in the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraGoN-BoY
    Hmmmm, I have a Antec 1000AMG case, where do I place something that big?????
    maybe the very top 5 1/4 drive bay (if its not being used)

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