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    Easiest cheapest and convenient way to do WC..

    Thinking of taking the plunge in WC..

    looking for something cheap, easy, convenient (as in uninstall and reinstall) and relatively good... I'm getting a little too old with fiddling around..

    Suggestions welcomed.
    Me want Ultrabook


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    Corsair Nautilus has almost tempted me a couple of times ...

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    how much have you got to spend mate? and what will it be cooling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawyen
    Thinking of taking the plunge in WC..
    At first I thought you were using WC to mean water closet (toilet) and got quite a kick out of it. Guess it makes a lot more sense to have you looking into water cooling than jumping into a toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awm
    At first I thought you were using WC to mean water closet (toilet) and got quite a kick out of it. Guess it makes a lot more sense to have you looking into water cooling than jumping into a toilet.
    RIIIGHT..

    anyways.. its meant to cool the 4600+ I have now.. and if another block isnt too expensive, perhaps even best to cool the NB and X1800XT too..

    I just want something that I can just install and never have to look at it again for the next 2-3 months..
    Me want Ultrabook


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    TBH the pre filled kits and some the other kits (including the corsair one) are just not anything better than a good HSF and sometimes louder too!
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    I've got an Acetek kit which has been working very well for a couple of years now, not exactly cheap though at around £200.

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