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tacos4me
07-16-06, 01:14 AM
I've been looking in to a new case for myself. I love the looks of Lian Li, and have wanted to go water for awhile. Stock air cooling isn't cutting it during the summer, especially with my overclock. I found this Koolance over at Coolerguys.com the other day, and it would work perfectly for me.

http://coolerguys.com/840556009436.html

Being a noob with water, I have no idea how it would perform. Can't find any reviews, either. Anyone have one? I'd probably just be cooling my CPU, maybe chipset, depends on how cheap I could get the blocks. And speaking of blocks, what would be best for a s939 setup?

K007
07-16-06, 02:20 AM
Yea..i fear i might have to get some water cooling on my GX2 during summer as well..and i never done anything like that before ><

Bearclaw
07-16-06, 02:33 AM
When looking around at other peoples temps, I guess I am lucky because my temps just aren't as high. I think I will probably go water cooling also though, for next summer. My CPU reach's 40 with gaming on hours, and my video card reaches 55 on peak performance. Not as high as other people but I am kind of obsessed with cooling and I would like to bring it down.

K007
07-16-06, 03:02 AM
Those temps are fine...The problem with the GX2 is that one of my gpu is 15-20C more hotter than the other one from the lack of cold air getting into the middle gap :/..

tacos4me
07-16-06, 05:27 PM
There are also the V1000 and V1200 versions with the cooling system:
http://www.koolance.com/shop/default.php?cPath=28_43&osCsid=8f5317d8b0709ed405c0cff90209f895

Yeah.. I noticed thoes. Too expensive. :(