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Liquid cooling

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i have decided to make the switch over to liquid cooling and have the unit chosen, the Kingwin Aquastar, which i have found all thumbs up reviews for and its only $110. It is compatable with my process or and video card but there is one more thing that i have to check out. I have read in numerous places that in order for the unit to be compatable with an intel motherboard, you have to have "socket holes". I am not sure what these are and if my motherboard has them. I have an Asrock 775Dual 880 Pro motherboard. If anyone knows off hand if this board has the necessary socket holes or can tell me how to find them myself i would really appreciate it
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Who you need to hunt down is a guy called pomp, he just bought one that ive help him set up, so he can help you best with that particular kit, hopegully if hes been listening to what ive been telling him that is.

He also asked that same exact question, what i reccomend you doing is watching this it shows you what socket holes are and how to fit the kit http://www.3dgameman...deo_review.html they are basically just holes at each corner of the socket but you will see.
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