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Old 11-24-07, 08:27 PM   #37
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Default Re: My coolit eliminator experience

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Hes at 3.2 not 3.6 I suggest you look at that screen shot some more

The reason the Eliminator isn't recommended for quads is because of its limited heat dissipation. When there isn't a thermal load it can dissipate the heat and cool the water threw its 3 techs much easier then at load. Over time under load the heat exchanger gets to hot to cool the tecs and your temps start to rise. But hey no need to listen to me its not like I have one siting on my desk or anything!


OH SNAP I DO!!!!

That screeny of his is a bit misleading...



Regardless, if it can cool a Q6600 at 3.2GHz, then imagine what it could do for my Opty. I doubt an Ultra 120 would cool it nearly as well.
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Old 11-24-07, 08:34 PM   #38
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Redeemed just have them put in a two fan BI GTX rad and this would work for you: http://www.dangerden.com/store/produ...&cat=65&page=1

Hmm... and that is *literally* everything I'd need? How about ease of installation? Would I have to drill any holes in my case, or could this fit in a mid-ATX case? The Eliminator would, though I'td be a bit tight. If this will all fit inside, neatly, then it is a good probability I'd get it.
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