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February 19, 2010 2:42:01 PM

Where can I find more info on Water Cooling besides here on Tomshardware. This is the 1st place I ever heard of it about 8 or 9yrs ago. I want to be well informed before I even attempt to do this to my next system build. Any links to WC mfg sites would be helpfull as well. I already found Koolance so dont need that one.

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February 19, 2010 6:27:59 PM

Xtremesystems.com
Realredraider.com <--highly recommend

Mfg:
HW Labs (rads)
Thermochill (rads)
Swiftech
Watercool.de

Thats just a rough list. Be sure to 1) do ur reading!!! Thats the most important thing. Read reviews, others builds etc. 2) Be prepared to pay. I good CPU loops (only) can easily set you back a good $300-400. Dont skimp...u dont want to buy crap parts plain and simple. Easy "sets" (like Thermaltake) tend to mix metals and mixing Al and Copper lead to galvanic corrosion.
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February 19, 2010 6:47:26 PM

And that is why I'm here asking for where to start looking for info, I really dont want to screw this up. I can always come back here and ask questions later but I'd rather have a good grasp of what's involved before I attempt wc'ing my system and it makes it much easier for other's to understand my questions when I ask them. Thanks for giving me a place to start Silverion77.
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February 19, 2010 6:58:07 PM

Yea, check out the 2 forums listed.

U don't really need the mfg sites...just read user reviews, builds, the whole shabang.

RealRedRaider is a good place to start as well. Everyone there is willing to help if u just ask.
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February 19, 2010 7:03:08 PM

Thanks added them to my fav's list a few min ago. Again thanks for the info. :D 
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February 19, 2010 7:03:29 PM

Best answer selected by beoza.
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