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Originally Posted by BindibadgiWell, I love it, but I wouldn't pay £260-odd quid for it. But if I was inclined to spend that kind of money on an external wcing kit it would probably beat the Koolance on looks alone.
Originally Posted by TomD22I second P-S's comment - I'd like to hear how it copes with a 8800GTS and a quad-core, if you could find the time to add that to the loop...
Originally Posted by BindibadgiI don't have the 8800 block and the 90nm P4EE is the same thermal envelope as a quad core :)
The kits don't drop in price, and Scan do it for £250ish - check the price grabber link in the article. The thing is, you can't build an external kit like this for the same money and looks - I wish they just sold the case and electronics "raw" though.
Originally Posted by adidasI'm very surprised by the comment at the end of the article: "For as little as £20-£40, you can pick up a massive piece of aluminium and copper that's very low noise and performs to within a few degrees of water".
Anyone cares to elaborate? My understanding is that when OC'ing at high clocks it's either water or Peltier, since air will get you nowhere.
Originally Posted by Otto69New member, longtime reader here from across the pond....
I'm currently working on a new box using an Antec P180B, and trying to make it quiet. I've been pondering water cooling, but it seems to me that outside the box solutions like this still require at least one low speed fan to exhaust misc heat.
That said I'm wondering if the guys who disassembled the XT box con comment on:
a) the ducting of the air flow. I.e. is it possible that the fan is pulling air from around the edges of the radiators to a significant degree?
b) options for more or different fans? Maybe 2 attached to the radiators sucking filtered air in from the rear of the box where the stock fan is currently?
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