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Post by Skippman » Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:35 am

Apoptosis wrote:I've been running Corsair's water cooling kits... The Hydro and Nautilus for over three years and not one has ever sprung a leak and I've used 6+ kits.
These are all "external" kits correct?

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Post by Apoptosis » Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:47 am

Skippman wrote:
Apoptosis wrote:I've been running Corsair's water cooling kits... The Hydro and Nautilus for over three years and not one has ever sprung a leak and I've used 6+ kits.
These are all "external" kits correct?
external/internal.... when it comes to leaks it's all the same... I know you're looking for internal and these are external, but I was just trying to make a point I have logged thousands of hours on numerous water coolers without any issues.

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Post by Skippman » Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:57 am

Don't get me wrong, I wasn't bashing extrenal kits. I may ultimatly end up going that route. I'm just looking for reliability durring transport. Nothing would be worse than going to a LAN and having my rig spring a leak because a piece shifted durring transport.

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Post by Apoptosis » Tue Apr 10, 2007 8:01 am

a case like the ZeroDegree would allow you to bolt a 120mm rad on the front like this:

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It would be all internal and you'll have plenty of space to mount the pump.

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Post by AntiV6 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:11 pm

Apoptosis wrote:
Skippman wrote:I love the case I have now but it's getting toasty in there with the two GPUs, a Core2Duo, and everything else. 80mm fans don't cut it anymore. So my choices are either:

A.) Get a new case. (not gonna happen)
B.) Install a huge window fan. (Not likely to happen)
C.) Go to liquid cooling. (Makes me nervous but worth considering)
I've been running Corsair's water cooling kits... The Hydro and Nautilus for over three years and not one has ever sprung a leak and I've used 6+ kits.
Would Danger Dens power kit be a good kit for a newbie? :oops:
http://www.dangerden.com/store/product. ... =65&page=1

Also, how well would you say the case is constructed?
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Post by Skippman » Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:23 pm

If I were gonna go with a new case, the Antec 900 would let me do a dual 120mm on the front, would it not?

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Post by Zenphic » Wed Apr 11, 2007 2:12 pm

Skippman wrote:It's a decent looking box but my point of contention still remains. Anyone who is going to put a window in thier case would love to have the interior annodized like the exterior. I don't want a winow into gunmetal grey. Other than that, it seems to be a solid product. NICE fan.
Ah, now I understand. I was wondering what in the deuce was that black screen at the bottom of the case where the power supply was installed. I was guessing that it was a dust filter, but couldn't confirm since the review didn't mention anything. Cool, now that I know :)

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