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    Default water cooling kit for pc

    i know water cooling kit is awesome and perfectly safe for pc
    but i never found it in shops in certain parts of mumbai
    is it available in india?

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    try this:
    CORSAIR CWC-H50 CPU Water Cooler - CWC-H50 by: Corsair - TechShop.in -

    one of the best kits for the price. You can get it for as low as Rs5500.

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    Water cooling kits are really cool but they are not really required for the average user.
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    what exactly are water kits, and how do they work?

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    Normally CPU's comes with a Heat sink(Aluminum) with Fan which blows air to keep CPU cool.

    In Water cooling kits this Heat Sink will be replaced with the one which comes with this Cooling kit normally copper plates are used and the coolant will be passing through this plate which will absorb the heat and this coolant keeps on circulating.

    A radiator is used to keep the coolant cool while it passes through it.

    A block will be used to store this coolant.

    A Pump is used to circulate the coolant in through closed loop.

    Just as shown below

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    wow. interesting stuff.

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    Thanks for the useful info deepmohan......

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    Default Thats cool, I mean literally.

    Is it safe? I mean water around electrical and electronic stuff?

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    The water kit is sealed and completely safe.
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    obviously water means coolant, sort of AC , Fridge type where the gas / coolant travells inside the pipe cooling the pipes.

    Nice idea but not needed for the normal user, as specified, better use fan, AC in room

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    These kits are for some moderate overclockers. For normal use you can just buy a decent aftermarket cooler for Some 1.5k-2k.

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    i sit in pc for ages it is very useful for me
    i use 2 fans still its not very adequate for me
    thanx a lot for the replies very useful info

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    @ deepmohan

    perfect picture for beginners.


    The basic thing need in an water cooling setup are:
    Water Block - It is a hardware which is attached to your PC hardware. A block is typically made of copper and helps the liquid absorb heat from the device one wishes to cool. Generally Waterblocks comes with two types, one with Y-fitting, and other T-fitting.

    Water block comes for various hardwares i.e GPU Waterblock, CPU Waterblock, RAM Waterblock, Chipset Waterblock and also HDD Waterblock.

    A Pump - The pump as everyone knows is used to circulate the water throught your system.

    Coolant - The coolant is used to absorbs the heat from the waterblock. Generally distilled or de-ionized water is used. Which is poured into the pipes and is circulated through the pipes by the pump.

    Radiator - The Radiator is the place where the heat from the Hardware is absorbed and released into the air.

    Pipes/Tubing - Needed for the flow of the fluid from the Hardware to the radiator and all.

    Y-fitting - If the waterblock comes with two exhaust then they are connected by Y-fitting to a single line.

    T-fitting - In t-fitting an open outlet is took out of the PC, and is used to pour water in the system.

    T-fitting plug - if a T-fitting arrangement is made, then the T-fitting plug is used to close the open outlet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaush_4 View Post
    i know water cooling kit is awesome and perfectly safe for pc
    but i never found it in shops in certain parts of mumbai
    is it available in india?
    well yeah it is..and its a click of mouse away..you can buy it online ..to know more on this check out this crazypc.com..do you prefer buying it online? i guess its more cheaper..just check those stores out online..

    Quote Originally Posted by Varad Dilip Choudhari View Post
    @ deepmohan

    perfect picture for beginners.


    The basic thing need in an water cooling setup are:
    Water Block - It is a hardware which is attached to your PC hardware. A block is typically made of copper and helps the liquid absorb heat from the device one wishes to cool. Generally Waterblocks comes with two types, one with Y-fitting, and other T-fitting.

    Water block comes for various hardwares i.e GPU Waterblock, CPU Waterblock, RAM Waterblock, Chipset Waterblock and also HDD Waterblock.

    A Pump - The pump as everyone knows is used to circulate the water throught your system.

    Coolant - The coolant is used to absorbs the heat from the waterblock. Generally distilled or de-ionized water is used. Which is poured into the pipes and is circulated through the pipes by the pump.

    Radiator - The Radiator is the place where the heat from the Hardware is absorbed and released into the air.

    Pipes/Tubing - Needed for the flow of the fluid from the Hardware to the radiator and all.

    Y-fitting - If the waterblock comes with two exhaust then they are connected by Y-fitting to a single line.

    T-fitting - In t-fitting an open outlet is took out of the PC, and is used to pour water in the system.

    T-fitting plug - if a T-fitting arrangement is made, then the T-fitting plug is used to close the open outlet.
    Interesting ! i am a newbie and been amazed this new technology! if ever i am going to buy this kind of cooling kit..is it easy to install? i like to buy the do it yourself kit..have you tried this one also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaush_4 View Post
    i know water cooling kit is awesome and perfectly safe for pc
    but i never found it in shops in certain parts of mumbai
    is it available in india?
    not really sure..i guess i am kind of outdated now a days its my first time to know about this cooling thing for pc..what i know is Zalman CNPS9900 LED CPU Cooler..i guess its better than that of water cooling kit..

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    @ matthew, its easy to install, but a very leanthy process.

    @ abena, i dont think WC is out-dated, these days most of the extreme gamers are using it for cooling their PC's as it is safe than anyother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abena View Post
    not really sure..i guess i am kind of outdated now a days its my first time to know about this cooling thing for pc..what i know is Zalman CNPS9900 LED CPU Cooler..i guess its better than that of water cooling kit..
    i really do not like zalman CPU coolers. anyways, the corsair H20 is probably one of the best for the price if you want to overclock your PC.

    If you really want to do some major overclocking, get the TRUE 120, expensive but its one of the best out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abena View Post
    not really sure..i guess i am kind of outdated now a days its my first time to know about this cooling thing for pc..what i know is Zalman CNPS9900 LED CPU Cooler..i guess its better than that of water cooling kit..
    hi abena..i guess its time that you will be updated now..of course by joining in this forum you will learn a lot ..because i am learning too in my short stay here ..i will check this item you've been raving about..is it fairly cheap too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed View Post
    hi abena..i guess its time that you will be updated now..of course by joining in this forum you will learn a lot ..because i am learning too in my short stay here ..i will check this item you've been raving about..is it fairly cheap too?
    yeah i did learned a lot from here saeed..and beginning to know some new things here..well i guess its cheaper compare to the cooling kit posted above..just check it ..let me know if you like it too..

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    hi deep mohan..that is pretty good illustration you posted in here..it makes me aware of what its uses and functions.. i am a newbie here and still exploring the sites and everything..
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    Default Aquagate..?????

    I have a little problem with Cooler MAster Aquagate S1.
    M using Intel Core2Quad9550, MSI X48CPlatinum,Nvidia250GTS,Aquagate S1 CPU Water Cooling system, Zebronics Pro Modular 700W PSU and Coolermaster CM690 Case.
    This system has 3x120mm case fans, 1x120mm PSU fan, Though My CPU temp remains at 55 degcel, GPU 52 degcel and whole system temp at 58 degcel. Have you any idea to drop these temps, particularly CPU around 35 degcel.

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    ^^Make sure there is good contact between the water block and the cpu. else your temp diodes may be dead. (mine are dead on my QX9650)

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    maybe its just a prototype

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    interesting stuffffff......................

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryder211 View Post
    maybe its just a prototype
    Maybe what is a prototype ??? These things have been commercial from the 80's..

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    Wink ^^

    water cooling kits is really awesome but in india we cant get that tools

    How to Build your own water cooling system for the PC

    see this on youtube __________youtube.com/watch?v=KelCPv1vFzg

    and now new is H2c

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    This is new to me too. I doubted who is the target market?

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    Very, very interesting. I thought coolants were only used in vehicles. I work from home as a transcriber and have to be on my PC 10-12 hours. In winters no problem. However, in summer the desktop PC gets very hot and components can fall apart. The idea of coolant may just be the solution. How much power load would these coolants add to? I am sure cheaper than running an AC. Any laptops with such coolant technology?

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    Thumbs up liquid cooling computers in mumbai

    yes it is definitely available...now you can customize your pc..and have the best graphics and applications without worrying about it crashing or heating up..!
    at liquid electronics we specialize in liquid cooling computers...we use a variety of coolants ranging from water to other coolants....and yes it is perfectly safe and you get a warranty with it.
    liquid cooling technology has arrived in India and is here to stay.
    its affordable and compact.!
    visit out recently opened facebook page to know more about liquid cooling computers.
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    Water cooling kits are really cool

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