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e_1337 March 15, 2008 08:29 PM

Water Cooling How To??
 
Can't seem to find a good one. Is there a good guide and/or faq floating around?? Thanks.

MpG March 15, 2008 09:49 PM

Never come across a FAQ that I really liked, even when written by those extremely knowledgeable in the ways of water cooling. They start out with the best of intentions, but within a few paragraphs, they're throwing around jargon and brand names, expecting it to all make sense. I dunno, maybe I just haven't found the good ones yet.

I suppose someone should probably make one for here. Isn't a computer enthusiast forum required by law to have a WC-ing FAQ? :haha:

Honestly, probably the best way to learn about WC-ing is to haunt forums and read everything that's going on. Sooner or later, it eventually starts to really click. Might take some serious time, though. Browse pictures of other people's rigs, even send them questions about how/why they did certain things. WC'ers are often abnormally proud of their rigs and happy to talk about them to anyone who will listen. And of course, post questions, and any self-respecting forum will be happy to answer them to the best of their ability and knowledge.

Edit: A water-cooling sub-forum! Great! But when did that happen? I didn't even realize it until after I posted!

Cptn Vortex March 15, 2008 11:26 PM

I found the best way to learn was to get a kit and learn myself! I'm that type of person though, self taught through everything. To me it is the only way to gain true knowledge

Misoprostol March 16, 2008 12:20 AM

YouTube - NCIX Tech Tips #2 - Water Cooling Essentials (Part 1)
YouTube - NCIX Tech Tips #2 - Water Cooling Essentials (Part 2)

If you have any specific questions, I've played with 50-70% of what's out there, and have opinions about all of it.

Babrbarossa March 16, 2008 05:37 AM

Here's a good post by apollo4g- got some good links in it

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...html#post14360

Here's one I did as a noob- not so much a guide as a build log

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...html#post14360

e_1337 March 16, 2008 01:00 PM

Thanks all! :) Yeah I myself learn on my own, however, I really do not feel like screwing up my expensive rig! lol Water Cooling = potential disaster! lol


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