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#1 KrayzieJackson

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 06:55 PM

ok so im going with a water based system as you already no but the system that im getting cover's the cpu like always but there also a gpu cooler and there very picky on what vid card to get so im asking if you can find me a good vid card for this system ill give you the vid cards they mentioned but i couldn't find any thing but maybe yall can so here's the line up for nVidia and ati


nVIDIA:

* GeForce4 MX Series
* GeForce4 Ti 4000 Series
* GeForce FX 5200
* GeForce FX 5500
* GeForce FX 5600
* GeForce FX 5700
* GeForce FX 5800 Series
* GeForce 6600 PCI Express Series
* GeForce 6800 Series
* GeForce 7600 Series
* GeForce 7800 Series (Except 7800 GS)
* GeForce 7900 Series



ATI:

* X1300 Series X1600 Series
* X1800 Series
* X1900 Series
* Radeon 9000 Series (Except 9550/9600)
* Radeon X*** Series

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 07:18 PM

Those are all "old" models. Are you restricted within that lineup or could I pick you out something new? Are you restricted within a certain price range or are you looking for shear performance?

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 07:22 PM

Those are all "old" models. Are you restricted within that lineup or could I pick you out something new? Are you restricted within a certain price range or are you looking for shear performance?



Price isnt the problem but it did say these cards only but im goin to give you the link and mayb you can use a different card


http://www.xoxide.com/zalman-reserator-1-v2.html

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 09:22 PM

That's an older water cooling unit, hence it's support for older cards and CPUs. You SHOULD be able to get that one and buy a different waterblock unit for the GPU. The waterblock that comes with it will only support the listed models. There are several really good GPUs these days that come prepped for watercooling. All you need to do is make sure that your hosing and pump are compatible.

Also, why go with a fanless system that is external like that? Seems awfully inconvenient compared to an internal system that is actively cooled. Not to mention you won't be able to push your hardware as far with a passive system.




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