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water cooling

what is the best water cooling product for:
-MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum/SLI mobo
-AMD Athlon 64 FX55 San Diego 1GHz FSB 1MB L2 Cache Socket 939 Processor
-radiator, fan, whatever that is to get rid of heat
-anything else i may have missed for a complete water cooling system?

before you ask... yes, I am going to oc. Plus it looks cool.

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water cooling

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Then this would be the site to go to for ovcerclocking.
You can get complete kits or buyparts.
The thing I don't like about many kits is the lack of shut down if the water pump fails.
And you are adding failure points, water pump and raditor fan. If this is what you want to do have. John

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here is another help forum

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i would say try posting this there. but i did look at one kit before, i think it was a reserator our something at frys. it came with a huge silo that was actually a silent radiator with no fans and thats where you put your liquid in. there are many kits today so have fun shopping.

you also missed your hose to connect everything together. i would buy a kit that comes with everything needed.

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something at frys.

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I was probably the Zalman one. John

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