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    best way to attach waterblock

    What is the best way to attach a waterblock to a celeron (socket 370 type.)

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    It all depends on wat type of water sink u are going to use i used a self contained one (so the water didnt touch the cpu) and mimiced the fan mountings and applyed HTC to fill any inperfections in the mountings and cpu case.

    If u are using one where the water flows accross the back of the CPU then u just stick them together, but thats even extreem for me.

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    what have u actually used as the water sink are they some form of copper fittings? nad what size pipe are u using to transport the water.

    I would also make the suggestion of supporting the watersinks from the chasis so as only to rely on the glue for a seal rather than support as well.

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    Ok, stupid me...let me give you more info.

    I am using a celeon on a sloket card. MSI r1.1 to be exact. In the future I will be using a peilter or a TEC to get this baby really cool.

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    Isn't peltier and TEC the same thing??

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    hey TNproud2b - just wondering, what make is your computer case?

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    sorry to change the subject but
    Should I get the GlobalWin with 80mm (40cfm) or the one with 60mm (27cfm) from 3DfxCool.com
    The one 60mm cost $10 less than the one with 80mm...
    Does it really worth it??
    I am going to purchase one of them today...

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