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    Drug Dealer cccp's Avatar
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    Water-cooling DIY in Singapore

    By Shamino

    A guide to fixing up a custom water-cooling rig in Singapore

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    I try my best to stay away.... you guys are drawing me in....
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    rundymc
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    :evil8:

    btw, very nice guide Shamino
    a question:- what's the price range of the heatercore's referred to in the guide?

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    nice guide Sham.

    where's one scrapyard that i can get a rad from cheaply? im saving money.

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    Master of past & present Shamino's Avatar
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    Depends if you've got some connections, used can go as cheap as 20 bucks, new ones around 50. I used to be able to get them for free from my neighbour who has a car repair shop.

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    rundymc
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    right got it

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    pok
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    Is there any place where we can buy 12V pumps, instead of 220V pumps? would like a brain-dead solution where I can avoid forgetting to turn the pump on and frying the CPU

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    ian.ho
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    Quote Originally Posted by booest
    I try my best to stay away.... you guys are drawing me in....

    hehe....booest...lai lai lai. Why you want to stay away? :laugh2: Water is good.

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    Water is the element of Life!.. & PC cooling.. It is inevitable :laugh5:

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    pok
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    found a submersible dc pump 4800L flow 12V runs like a dream off standard PC power supply.

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    pok
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    what;s the best system to OC with watercooling?

    some people say p4 3.0E.

    your opinion?

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    Master of past & present Shamino's Avatar
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    You shouldnt let th cooling decide your system but rather what you use it for. Anyways a prescott or A64 will be good

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    pok
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    My determination is always best value for money, not too top end system but highest percentage overclock.

    BTW sham, looking at the other posts you're quite a legend sia...

    kudos!

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    call me old fashion but i still believe water & electronic & electricity dun mix

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    rundymc
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    they don't, that's why this type of stuff is fun- its different

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