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Thread: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?




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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    in my test, yes it is ok, Iam using water cooling now.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    Hello Janus

    Thank you for the reply. Sounds good :-) Can you give some info on your WC setup?

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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    What info you need?

    well it is one of my test platform...

    it is GIGABYTE GH-WIU02
    GIGABYTE - Product - Thermal Solution - Liquid Cooling - Products - 3D Galaxy II

    THIS ONE

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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    Looks good :-)

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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    Just another question:-)

    I would like to add MOSFET heatsinks to the board. Which of these Mobo Chipset/MOSFET Coolers would be recommended?

    I am looking at Microcool Passive Heatsink MOSFET Chipsink - Black How many would I need for the GA-P35-DS3L?

    TIA

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    Default Re: Water Cooling friendly P35 motherboard?

    Yeah, I had thought of getting those before myself for a 965P board. How many, you would just have to look and see how many mosfets is around your CPU and other spots on your board and decide how many you would want to add on there. They are mostly around the CPU but there is a few that are not as well. I would say about 10 or more for sure, but best to just open your case and see

    Enzotech's are great as well, if money is no option. I have them and they are very nice, but expensive.

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