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Gabriel

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Hey, this is my first post so just to say hi and.............

Since England has been well Hot recently my computer has been going to another place been around 64'Degrees in the heat and I prefer my system alot cooler than that so can anyone recommend some good collers for a AMD Athlon XP 2400 Thanks.

Edited by Gabriel, 20 July 2005 - 09:40 AM.

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this website has alot of nifty cooling stuff http://www.crazypc.com/

if you want to make sure that you never have heat problems you can get into some fancy water cooling stuff...you can even modify those into refrigerated water cooling with a few special tools
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this website has alot of nifty cooling stuff http://www.crazypc.com/

if you want to make sure that you never have heat problems you can get into some fancy water cooling stuff...you can even modify those into refrigerated water cooling with a few special tools

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I think water cooling would be over top untill I update to 64 bit thanks though, and lol at the Cig lighter and cup tray :tazz:

Is water cooling hard to setup ?
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no...it just takes a few different parts....if you get a basic kit it usually comes with the basics like a cpu waterblock and maybe an hd block....it's basically a circulating pump
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