Water Cooling Systems

I was wondering if someone around here has any experience with WATER COOLING systems, and if someone does, what do you recomend for a AMD ATHLON XP 3200+ ? not overclocked or anything, Whats the best kit out there? thanks
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  1. Are you a beginner when it comes to watercooling systems? If so I would recommend the Asetek water cooling kits, they are really good performers and are easy to install (comparitivly speaking).
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  2. Can somone name different watercooling kits? so i can start to make comparisions between each one of them. Thanks for the help guys
  3. I have always been a fan of innovatek products. They have far superior methods of hose attachment at least in my mind. They are a little more complicated to install but are much better in the long run. They sell box sets and individual components. Most Innovatek products can be found at sharkacorp.com and frozencpu.com. I have built 3 systems with all innovatek parts and I have never had any issues with them.
  4. Try SWIFTtech @ swiftnet.com. The H2O-80 kit I just installed is also available for AMD's and was fantastic for my needs(noise reduction).
  5. You'll find my Asetek and Zalman reviews at <A HREF="http://www.sysopt.com" target="_new">http://www.sysopt.com</A>

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  6. Avoid the Aquarius Range from thermotake. There not bad, just not good either.

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  7. I have a XP3200+ cooled by a Innovatek rev 3 CPU cooler (chip and GFX is also Innovatek), Maxx radiator and a papst fan, it is installed in a midi tower so I had to place the radiator in the front (blowing hot air into the case), but it still keeps the CPU below 50 C, and it is noise less !!!! - try Innovatek you can't go wrong with that
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