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#1 sidthasloth

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 09:14 AM

http://www.pc-water-...?...&lang=en-us

I have looked High and low for this I hope this helps if anyone has had trouble finding this, I just ordered mine. If you notice this one goes over the ram so it is gonna cool things down alot more and if I remember correctly XE and a couple of other great Xbox minds helped develop this, it is far superior to any other but it is alot higher too.

http://cgi.ebay.com/...p3286.m20.l1116

http://www.kustompcs.../info_7940.html

As you can see there is no cooling to the ram, the only good thing about these is they should apply even pressure to the chips, but you still have to cool the ram, I also feel with more copper and cooling surface are you will stay cooler than with koolances setup, now I am completely new to liquid cooling, so correct me if I am wrong, but on a car be it a highperformance amp or a race car's radiator bigger is always better, this is were my main knowledge lies I just like to play with games and computers.

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#2 sidthasloth

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 10:56 AM

QUOTE(sidthasloth @ Jan 27 2009, 02:50 AM) View Post

http://www.pc-water-...?...&lang=en-us

I have looked High and low for this I hope this helps if anyone has had trouble finding this, I just ordered mine. If you notice this one goes over the ram so it is gonna cool things down alot more and if I remember correctly XE and a couple of other great Xbox minds helped develop this, it is far superior to any other but it is alot higher too.

Hey Guys I just wanted to let you know it says in the description on Kusom pcs that the xspc block covers the ram but it doesnt as you can see in the pics below, any way I just wanted to ad that

http://cgi.ebay.com/...p3286.m20.l1116

http://www.kustompcs.../info_7940.html

As you can see there is no cooling to the ram, the only good thing about these is they should apply even pressure to the chips, but you still have to cool the ram, I also feel with more copper and cooling surface are you will stay cooler than with koolances setup, now I am completely new to liquid cooling, so correct me if I am wrong, but on a car be it a highperformance amp or a race car's radiator bigger is always better, this is were my main knowledge lies I just like to play with games and computers.



Also RDC and I were talking and he was saying that it still doesnt cool the ram on the back which is true, also most problems occur on the gpu and not so much the ram so it may be overkill, but I really like it and quite truthfully I am very proud of myself for finally finding it, any way I will be getting ready to liquid cool my 360 soon and I will be taking some Hi def videos of the buildit will be around a month for sure but if you get a chance go to http://www.youtube.com/sloth1992 and see what I have been doing before I decided to work on a 360.


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Posted 28 January 2009 - 12:04 AM

WARNING

the ebay one doesnt fit well
you need to do some dremeling to get it to fit correctly

yeah
thought i should tell you guys that



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Posted 28 January 2009 - 03:12 AM

Does that thing even look like it would perform any good? Aren't there other waterblocks that we can use, that are cheaper in price? (well that thing costs $26 us to ship to canada, so thats quite a bit just for shipping a small item). Also, while we're on topic, anyone know a radiator that is small enough to fit in a xbox 360 laptop case? I still haven't found one yet.




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