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Thread: Pro's and Con's of this H20 kit

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    Extreme Overclocker extreme's Avatar
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    Pro's and Con's of this H20 kit

    Hey everyone! This will be my first h2o set-up. I was looking at this here and i read some reviews on it at and It sounds like it is a great kit easy to assemble and produce some great temps and yes i overclock I was wondering what you guys think of this kit and any experinaces wid this kit if anyone has one.



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    Murders & Executions Cypher's Avatar
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    Thats the same one that keeps catching my eye. I was set to save for one till Linx posted that prommy deal. Now I'm all confused as to what to get.That is supposed to be a great kit. Hell it's german made. They have strict standards on quality and craftsmanship there. If I were to go H20 that is what I would get.
    This calls to me too though

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    Registered User Massa's Avatar
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    Unfortunately, for a really effective H20 solution, you would need at least 300 GpH to mantain low temps. My advice is to build your own, buy a dangerden waterblock, an eheim pump and a car heatercore, and you will have a REAL h20 system, thats what LT and I rely on ..

    Thats all IMVHO of course


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    Mac Master Mehmet's Avatar
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    i would look at the hydor l30 pump, looks sweet, and has those rubber suction cups.
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