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    WaterChill CPU Kit KT03A-12VS 12V Pump, 120mm Radiator

    Well, as title suggests, I'm interested in the WaterChill CPU Kit KT03A-12VS 12V Pump, 120mm Radiator from Komplett (cheapest I found yet).

    I was hoping someone may have experience of this new pump/resevoir and put my watercooling fears to rest.
    Is it really worth upgrading to from my Arctic cooling freever64, which is as near silent as most HSF?
    Do you think these kits are good value?
    Any other comments?

    Cheers

    Dave

    Edit : fixed broken link- -Doh!
    Last edited by davethechamp; 29-11-2005 at 03:58 PM.
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    Bump?

    Anyone out there with ideas, comments or suggestions.

    Cheers.

    dave
    | Opteron 146 (CABYE 0540FPBW) @ 312 x 9 = 2808Mhz | DFI Ultra - D | 2 x 512 Kingmax hardcore PC3700 | XpertVision 7800GT (430, 1100) | Sata Maxtor 80Gb | Arctic cooling Freezer64 | Tagan TG480-UO1 | Lian-Li PC-7+ (Modded with 12cm front and back). | 3D01 - 29919 | 3D03 - 16264 | 3D05 - 7597 | 3D06 - 3950 |
    | Still a work in progress.... | Opty 165 on its way!! |

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    • Butcher's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI Z97 Gaming 3
      • CPU:
      • i7-4790K
      • Memory:
      • 8 GB Corsair 1866 MHz
      • Storage:
      • 120GB SSD, 240GB SSD, 2TB HDD
      • Graphics card(s):
      • MSI GTX 970
      • PSU:
      • Antec 650W
      • Case:
      • Big Black Cube!
      • Operating System:
      • Windows 7
    Your link is broken BTW.
    I assume you mean this kit: http://www.komplett.co.uk/k/ki.asp?sku=310113&cks=SER

    It looks like a reasonable entry-level kit. No idea on noise as that depends on the bundled fan. You should be able to make a water kit much quieter than even the best air coolers for the same or better performance. Whether this kit does that I'm not sure.

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    That is what meant, and I've fixed the link. Cheers mate.

    Fan wise I would prob just hook it up to the front 120mm fan in my case, Akasa amber series fan.
    | Opteron 146 (CABYE 0540FPBW) @ 312 x 9 = 2808Mhz | DFI Ultra - D | 2 x 512 Kingmax hardcore PC3700 | XpertVision 7800GT (430, 1100) | Sata Maxtor 80Gb | Arctic cooling Freezer64 | Tagan TG480-UO1 | Lian-Li PC-7+ (Modded with 12cm front and back). | 3D01 - 29919 | 3D03 - 16264 | 3D05 - 7597 | 3D06 - 3950 |
    | Still a work in progress.... | Opty 165 on its way!! |

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