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Topic Title: Cooling system for a dual MP 1800+
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Created On: 05/12/2004 05:39 AM
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 05/12/2004 05:39 AM
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Right now that the summer is near, here at Madrid (Spain) the hot is at very high levels. Last summer it was like [content edited], and since i never power off my computer (it is always rendering and doing high process tasks). Last summer it was really a pain to sleep in my room with 40º and a [content edited] (well, two hells ) inside the computer. I have 5 coolers. Two for the processors, one front and two on the back. Of course you can imagine the noise it does. As far as i have learned to live with that, i fear for the arrival of the summer. I do not want to pass again with such a toaster like last summer was, so i decided to try a liquid cooling system, but since i´m totally new to that, i really need advice on what to buy. Here are some questions.

- Which one is the best for the Dual MP 1800+?
- Can the two processors be cooled at the same time?
- How long lasts the cooling liquid?
- How much difficult is to install?

I´d love to buy some kind of kit, so i could do it without much effort.

Also, it would be great if i could cool the graphic card and the hard disks too. Do not know if that is possible with liquid, or there are other methos to do that.

 05/24/2004 11:49 AM
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You can do that. Most water cooling systems can be set up for two processors, a harddrive and a graphics card. Water cooling can be pretty expensive though.

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