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May 11, 2003 12:16:36 AM

I'm going to be installing a watercooling system into my computer and are looking for a good, resonably priced radiator. A fairly small one I could fit in my Lian-li PC 60 case would be best, but not a requirment. wondering if anyone had any advice/opinions on models and places to buy them Thanks
I should probably put my specs in,

p4 2.8GHZ
Geforce 4 4600
Asus P4PE motherboard
Maxtor 7200rpm w/8mb chache

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May 11, 2003 1:00:25 AM

on the cheap, you can go to a local autoparts store and ask for a mid 80s chevy (camaro?) heatercore
otherwise you can go
<A HREF="http://www.dangerden.com/mall/Radiators/radiators.asp" target="_new">here</A>
the black ice pro/xtreme/xtremeII are good heatercores, or the heatercore at the bottom MAY be the '86 chevy core that so many people use, with the new fittings already put on for you. it should work pretty well
see, the chevy one works great but it has irregular sized fittings - 3/8" paired with 5/8" or something like that, so it appears danger den will put on whatever fittings you want (either 3/8" or 1/2"). but i could be wrong about it being the popular chevy core

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May 11, 2003 7:21:42 AM

thanks for the input, anyone have any experience or opinons about with eaither the D-tec which is 6"W x 7"H X 2"Thick for $32 and the Black Ice Pro which is 150.4 x 128.6 x 25 mm (5.9 x 5 x 0.98 inch) for $50, proformance difference with the increased size or anything else... thanks for any help
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