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@davidrees In your case maybe koolance will suite you better. I've assembled and maintained about half a dozen of their systems and I have to say it isn't perfectly easy but it isn't exactly horrible. This may be why people are reluctant to give you a straight answer, because most either have no dir...
- Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:05 pm
- Forum: Fans and Control
- Topic: Fan to Complement my Ultra 120 Extreme?
- Replies: 5
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Yea I'm looking to overclock so I need to get the most CFM without an absurd volume. My current case has two Vantec Tornado's so I'm totally done with going for the highest CFM possible. That being said I want this one fan (my cpu fan) to be a decent speed. So I know the Nexus is like the best noise...
I'll take a look at all that, thank you very much.YugenM wrote:PA120.3 $140-ish
Swiftech Apogee GT $53
Swiftech MCP355 w/ Alphacool top ~$100
T-fitting and fillport $15
Misc. fittings, clamps, additive $20 (more if you use Tygon tubing)
Grand total of roughly $340
Cost: not more than $550 because I already have most of the blocks. $420 for the kit + $50 (or less) for cpu cooler + $50 for hard drive cooler. I don't think I will cool GPU because the thing costs $92 and I won't be doing enough gaming to justify that. Noise: I have seen and heard their cases for ...
Koolance KIT-1050SL displaces 1000w of heat, costs ~$420 plus tubing and blocks and coolant. I assume that'd come out to around $550. Plus whatever case I decide. My question is, is there an equal or more powerful solution that I could build? I've read through some of the topics, and saw systems wit...