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Product: FB (Fat Boy) G 1/4 Fittings

Review: As Martin proved, barbs are (almost immeasurably) less-restrictive than *any* compression fitting. From personal experience, the Fat Boys are fantastic! Captive o-rings are a must. So, what are you waiting for? Grab some right now!

Author: Dave
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Product: DD-M6 Nickel CPU Block - LGA 2011, 1155/1156, 1366,

Review: Amazing block. 22C ambient in my house, block keeps my 3930K at stock sitting at 20C idle. 4x 360mm rads, 2 pumps, 7 waterblocks total.

Author: Tweak17emon
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Product: DD-GTX470 Satin Copper Black Acrylic Top

Review: These ROCK on Metro 2033 in three-way SLI and 100% fan speed my temps hovered around 100C. With these blocks, an MCR320 and a Magicool 140 Slim, my phenom 965@4GHZ + 3GTX 470's hover at 45C on load and my cards are about 50C on load. Yet another kickass product from the folks here at DangerDen. I would HIGHLY recommend their Fatboy fittings @ 1/2ID as these blocks seem to really like a LOT of flow.

Author: Charles
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Product: DD - 8800 GTX

Review: I have 5 BFG 8800GTX OC version cards. They are brand new, never been used. I want to water cool 3 of them and install themon an EVGA X58 FTW mobo and see how they do. I also want to overclock the cards slightly. I like the looks of the waterblock. I can't wait till after the holidays.

Author: George
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Product: DD - Extended Air Box (EATX)

Review: Just finished putting my computer together in one of these and it looks great! Very sturdy and strong case which was easy to assemble. Loads of room inside for a large CPU cooler. Great for those of us who are still nervous about mixing electrical components and water!

Author: Mark Sloan
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Product: DD-5970 Water Block

Review: Overall nice product. Does what it says, for that I love it. I ordered 2 and one of the blocks G1/4 threads wasn't tapped completely through. When installing my Xfire fitting, it bottomed without the o-ring touching the face and ruined the fittings finish when the coin slipped. I had to change the plugs/fittings around to make that block work. QAQC should have caught this.

Author: Mike F.
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Product: DD - Water Box Plus

Review: I bought a DD - Water Box Plus in 2007 and it has held up quite well. Overall, I am happy with the case, but it is not a piece of cake to work with. The issues I've run into over the years are: 1. Upgrades and changes to components inside the case are not easy. In some cases, almost a complete disassembly will be required (hard disks in particular). 2. This thing will accumulate dust fairly quickly and cleaning is not easy. Since the case is clear, you probably don't want a bunch of clumps of dust showing. I hope you have a powerful air compressor, you're going to need it and patience to keep this thing clean. 3. No provisioning for external radiators/tubing. I run two passive Zalmann radiators and run the tubing external. Zalmann does have tubing and slot covers that can be used, but I don't like it because it make maintenance too difficult. What I did was cut a 'rib' out of one of the air vents in the upper-left of the back (above the ATX back plate connector mask where the keyboard, usb, network ports are). I route tygon tubing through that area and it's big enough to pull the tubes with their connector nipples through. 4. All sides of the case are held together with screws and nuts. Generally this works pretty good, although some of the holes are slightly out of alignment and you have to keep everything loose until you get all of them together, then tighten them all. This is tedious. Also it is very easy to accidentally knock a nut into the assembled case during the close up, and then you have to disassemble a side to get one nut out - so take care to avoid wasted time.

Author: Brian McMahon
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Product: DD **Double Wide Tower** - 21 Black Series Edition

Review: Great case it beats out any other case that I know of in my city. Some issues with hole configuration matching a product in the 5.25 bay so do your home work before buying other products, also some difficulty finding mounting screws the right length for front, fans, and rads (in that order). Not D.D.s fault us modders will always do something they can't prepare for, but if you prepare they are very helpful to find you a solution. If you want something that will blow peoples minds and is easy to work on I highly recommend this. This case is maybe 50$ more than much of the high-end retail competition but you get something these other cases cannot touch in class, quality, and customization. It is worth the money.

Author: gabu226
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Product: X-Flow Black Ice Xtreme

Review: Works great! Much better than my old radiator core. The tapped fittings make installation a breeze and the flow is amazing. I can clearly feel the temperature change from inlet vs outlet when paired with my TDX and DD 12volt pump

Author: Montana
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Product: Black Series - LDR Tower 29 - ** Double Wide **

Review: The case is very large. Lots of room to use for watercooling. The case design is really nice for the most part. The only gripes I have is that in order to install two front radiators, you have to actually attach them to the radiator panel first, before adding the panel to the case. If you don't do this, in order to access all of the screw holes for the radiator (to make it secure), you have to remove the main front panel, side panels, and ceiling panel, and then remove the radiator panel and add your radiators. Very inconvenient and a very poor design flaw. Also, the side panels are not the fastest to remove out of the box.

Author: Ryan
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Product: Compression Fitting 3/8" ID 1/2" OD

Review: is it too tight to use with the 1/2 od fittings

Author: Glassy
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Product: Yate Loon 120mm Medium Speed Fan: D12SM-12

Review: These are amazing, pushing way more air at the same volume as my other fans.

Author: Speedy6635
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Product: External 3 x 360 Radiator and Pump Case

Review: Just recieved my case and it's awesome. It went together really quick. I love that fact I'll have rad's out of my main case and inside this one. I'll be able to show if off.

Author: Michael
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Product: Low Profile MAZE5-GPU Block

Review: I bought this block for my Radeon 5870, as I've gotten tired of the noise the stock cooler makes. I know DD makes a block specifically for this card, however I do no believe in all in one coolers. Most of the heat in a video card is produced by the core, and spreading it to the rest of the card (power regs, and RAM) hardly strike me as a good ideal. With this block on in a loop with a Laing DDC 350, swiftech silent pro 240 radiator, and tdx cpu block, my Radeon's core idles just a hair over the water temperature, and at full load rarely exceeds 40C. The voltage regulators run about the same as with the stock cooler, and the memory and overall PCB is MUCH cooler. The one downside however, is that this block was frustrating to install. I've often cursed and slandered DangerDen for calling threaded rods a "mounting kit", but in this case, threaded rods that I could pre install into the block would have been a huge improvement over the screws they provided that had to be installed from the underside of the card while holding the block in place.

Author: Josh
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Product: DD / Laing DDC 3.25 -12V 18 Watt Version

Review: I have been running this pump for about 8 months. It's a great pump.

Author: Skyler
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Product: DD Tower - 12 Black Series

Review: I've had mine for a couple years now, and it's been fantastic. Getting ready to upgrade the HDDs and perhaps the motherboard if I can find one that will work. Love the case!

Author: Zlog
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Product: MC-TDX for Intel I7/Nehalem/1366

Review: This block does wonders for the system. I am having trouble cooling the water itself! Getting a second radiator to get more temp reduction off the water temp.

Author: Ronald Pilgrim
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Product: Black Ice XtremeII Radiator

Review: Has dropped my temps quite well so far. Waiting for AS5 to cure. I wish the holes were threaded, I had a heck of a time with the screws.

Author: Eegras
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Product: 7/16" ID (5/8" OD) Masterkleer General Purpose Clear PVC Tubing

Review: After trying a few tubing types out, this stuff is the way to go. Put the ends in boiling water like Khriez said and they slip on pretty easy, but seal like nobody's business. I'd recommend buying extra since it is cheap, and you will not want to put a used piece back on since it stretches to fit on the 1/2" barb.

Author: Tamerz
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Fixed Speed by Laing

Review: I've been running an older model of this pump and its been going strong for almost 7 years now. I'm about to pick up a second one for a new PC build. Quiet, powerful, and they've outlasted my computers. What more could you ask for?!?!

Author: Joe
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Product: TFC Xtender 120mm Radiator Shroud

Review: These are awesome! I'm using two of these to mount my Black Ice SR1 240mm rad to the back of my case. The LED's that come with this shroud are high quality and look fantastic.

Author: Red_Rain
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Product: MC-TDX for AM2/AM3 Processors

Review: I have this block cooling an AMD Phenom 965 BE @ 4.5Ghz idle temps are 29 - 31C. Loaded Prime95 for over an hour at 100% CPU load my temps never see over 47C. I am running this in a loop with currently a GTX 580 cooled with the DD Waterblock. The xtreme 120.3 Radiator with 3 Yate Loon Highspeed fans. I installed this in an Antec 1200 Case and ordered the 200MM Radiator for this case. Along with NB, SB, and MOSFET blocks for my mobo. Everything cools nicely. thumbs up to DD! They make some super quality stuff =D

Author: Skyler
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Product: DD - Torture Rack

Review: Really impressed with my Torture Rack. Top-notch quality and workmanship makes this a sturdy, great looking product. Didn't really like waiting for nearly 2 weeks before it shipped out but it was definately worth the wait!

Author: Sam
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Product: DD Tower - 12 Black Series

Review: I found out about this case on the PDX lan forums, and was at the time looking to transition towards a smaller form factor both for power, and noise reasons. I really like this case design due to it's small footprint, but ability to run enough fans at low RPM to keep the insides cool. The ability to fit 3 hard drives is something that was paramount for me as I move a lot of media, and needed that 3rd bay. After a year of using the case, I can say that overall I am quite happy with it, both for its aesthetics and it's functionality. I feel that the design was perhaps a tiny bit rushed, as there are some "bowing" issues with the acrylic side panels as they didn't take into account the spacing offset for the HDD screws, but other than that cosmetic oversight, I have been very happy with this case. And having used it as my primary desktop system for just over a year, I must say "Great Job DD!"

Author: LeTiger
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Product: MC-TDX Block for LGA 2011, 1155, 1156, 1366 i3, i5, i7

Review: i'm overclocked 25%.. rarely gets over 60c fully loaded. i7 870 AsRock p55 Extreme board, 8G 2133 cl8 RAM

Author: xetheare
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Product: DD-CPX1 12V Pump

Review: Going strong after 4 years. D-Tel Fusion, NB, SB, Danger Den video block. Quiet and strong. Powered directly from motherboard. Highly recommended!

Author: Dave
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Product: Black Ice SR1 360

Review: Right now I have 2 of these in my case running my CPU mobo and sli gpu's. The CPU idles around 17c and the gpu's lower then 30. Like them alot

Author: Adam
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Product: DD **Double Wide Tower** - 21 Black Series Edition

Review: Just got all done building my pc with the all black version of this case and besides spending a little longer on cable management, I'm in love with the look. This thing is a beast and handles a pile of parts I was able to shove into it. Just a great case and I haven't found anything that matches. Just cause I like it so much I might get the torture rack or 26 for my next pc in a few months. Thanks DD!

Author: Adam
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Product: Black Ice Micro

Review: I think he is talking about F. If so, then the temps are fine.

Author: Muskie
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Product: DD - LAN Tower - 450W

Review: Excellent case, especially if you are looking for something a little more portable. I went from a CM HAF-X, which I could barely move... A few things that might save you a headeache... The fans you need are 120mmx25mm - DO NOT get 35mm or 38mm, you will run into your HDD's. Also, the fans need to have an 'open' screw hole, not a closed. This is due to how DD has you mount the fans. When it comes to video cards, make sure you know how long they are. You have about 12 inches to work with AFTER you put the fans in. That 12 inches includes your power connector(s). On-the-side power is preferable, however this case is set-up in a BTX config, so your spacing will be tight against the back wall. For CPU cooling, you actually have a surprising amount of room available to you, though you won't be able to drop some massive tower style cooler. To give you an idea of performance in this case...I am using the following: Foxxcon H67S Mobo Core i5 2500k (Sandy Bridge) 8GB RipJaws @ 1333 Crucial 64GB SSD (SATA III) WD Caviar Green 2TB ASUS 5850 1GB Overall, this machine is performing better than a lot of my Crossfire rigs. I would probably change out my card for a 560Ti now that they are available. Same performance, but are about 2 inches shorter than the 5850. Fun Build, HIGHLY Recommended!

Author: Jerry
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Product: External 3 x 360 Radiator and Pump Case

Review: This case is great for moving your liquid cooling away from your computer parts. This allows you to have more radiators and keep your system cooler. I used it to make my system quieter by adding more radiators and going with quieter fans. Beware when you purchase this that there is no front panel to the case. It's exposed and that was a concern for me as I have a cat. The idea of her getting into a fan or the electrical mess at the bottom was frightening. I turned the case to face the wall to prevent this.

Author: Kenny Brown
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Product: DD - 8800 GTS

Review: Very good product. Haven't regretted my purchase. It keeps my video card diode (hottest component of the gpu) below 60c on load. Was easy to install.

Author: Adrian Mitchell
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: One word. Superb

Author: Tek
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: I have this pump for 3 yeard now. I am satisfield..

Author: Extremestriker07
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Product: DD **Double Wide Tower** - 21 Black Series Edition

Review: it is an awesome case. but i thnk hdd slots should increase.

Author: Ravikant Rahate
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Product: MC-TDX Block for LGA 2011, 1155, 1156, 1366 i3, i5, i7

Review: I started having heat issues with my 5 year old x6800 system and finally gave in to head to Micro Center. I decided to go with the Corsair 700d case for an i7 870 that I wanted to be my first water cooled set up. I purchased the MC-TDX for the 1156 as the core of the system with the D5 pump and 360 rad. I was able to have a stable OC to 4.3Mhz with the fans at full and a temp of 83C on prime 95 for an hour. This block was simple to install on my Asus P7P55D-E Mobo and the included barbs handled the 1/2 ID tubing with out a drip. I backed my rig down to 4Ghz to give me a little more room to max TJ and back off the fan noise. Been stable as a rock with idle ~25C and 100% load ~78C. Great block, very happy I went with DD for my first WC attempt!

Author: Bill H
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Product: Plastic Snap Tubing Clamps

Review: These... things... frickin'... rock!!! Actually, you probably don't need them with the Fat Boys, but if you want them just in case, these things are great! DIE COMPRESSION FITTINGS!!! DIE!!!

Author: mBrane
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Product: DD-GTX470 Satin Copper Black Acrylic Top

Review: This block is perfect. Fits perfect, 20 min or less to install. Dropped my Full Load Temps From 90c+ to a stable 60c with my qx9650 cooled by the DD MC-TDX with a Black Ice Stealth GTS 240. Buy this block if you want a cool card. oh And I have it OC to 750/1500/3556.

Author: Ghost
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Product: DD-4870-X2 Water Block

Review: This block has made my house sound less like an airport......o and it cools and looks good too.

Author: Nickolas Bennett
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Product: Black Ice GTX M184 - Xtreme

Review: Excellent radiator. A true 2 pass radiator. This keeps my older file server in constant stable opperating condition in a HOT cabinet. Cools LGA 775 3.2, chipset and and old x700 video card with no problems. Has been a true asset to my setup. I have not come across better built radiators than DD, some are equivant but none are better. Only thing I would do to improve this is tap the mounting holes with 4mm threads.

Author: Ramprat
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Product: Black Ice GTX480

Review: I bought this radiator for my I7 920 and chip set. I am currently running an ehelm hpps-i pump. With my cpu clocked at 4.2 it hits 4.4 with turbo boost on. I am getting temps of 57C tops. This is with a room temperature of 72F. I am also using 1/2 inch tubing and a EK supreme HF cpu block. You cant get much better than that.

Author: PolarGrizzly
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Product: DD **Double Wide Tower** - 21 Black Series Edition

Review: This is a beautiful case. The works man ship is top notch. I have assembled and disassemble this case and have not notice any flaw in the construction. I must also say that dangerden has A+ customer service. 5 days after ordering my case. Dangerden changed my order so that I could have there 10 pci slot plate for my case. This is one of the few cases out there that supports the ATX XL motherboards. All in all this case had room for all my liquid cooling mods and was worth every penny.

Author: PolarGrizzly
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Product: X-Flow Black Ice Pro III

Review: A well-priced quality radiator. After the wondeful experience of using one for my CPU loop, I purchased another to run a 2nd loop for my GPU. Both perform wonderfully, the first holding a 5c/11c temperature delta @ idle/load on a PhenomII 965BE clocked from 3.4 to 4.032GHz, and the second holding a 3c/15c temp delta @ idle/load on an XFX 5970BE clocked from 725/1000MHz to 850/1200MHz. Other radiators may perform better, but I would only a more expensive one if I had space limitations, these work perfectly for me.

Author: William H Stamper Jr
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Product: DD-5970 Water Block

Review: Overall a wonderful product, lowered temps from 45C/80C idle/load, to 22C/35C. Cooling efficiency is excellent. However, I found on an XFX Black Edition there is a 1/8" airgap between the block and one of the VRMs. I solved this by wedging a shim of copper in the void and adding thermal paste, but be careful. This minor discrepancy has little impact on my overall experience. Just a little FYI, as the block is extremely efficient and does better than I would've hoped.

Author: William H Stamper Jr
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Product: Black Ice GTX120

Review: I am using this on a silent PC, it does work well, but there are a few things that should be better represented by Danger Den. This is not really a 2 pass radiator, its a parallel flow radiator. The "2 passes" are concurrent not consecutive so you don't actually get the adventage of the pre/aftercool that the description states. The Micro 80mm and 92mm radiators are actual 2 pass radiators. Also the screw holes are pre drilled but not tapped, so be aware that you will need to tap the holes or use self tapping screws or cage nuts. That said, DD still makes great liquid cooling products. No one makes better quality radiators.

Author: Ramprat
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Product: DD-Fillport

Review: I have purchased several of these in the past year, and I love them. They are very easy to use, easy to install and have never had any problems or leaks with them. All you need is a 1 inch hole saw, and some imagination, and you can mount it anywhere. I HIGHLY recommend Danger Den for ALL of your cooling needs.

Author: LeNora Smith
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Product: Stealth GTS 360 Black Ice

Review: Another excellent product from DD. If you are looking for a 3x120mm fan radiator look no further. This is a top of the line radiator from a top of the line manufacturer. M4 taped screw holes with a little metal gaurd plate so you are less likely to damage the radiator fins if you put a screw thats too long in. Super cooling capacity, keeps my core i7 920 and a 5870 cool and stable at about 40-45C in room temp enviroment with low speed silent fans. Packaging is also excellent comes with scres and fittings.

Author: Ramprat
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Product: Black Ice GTX M92 - Xtreme

Review: Excellent little radiator. I have never been dissapointed by a DD rad, they are top quality. I have one of these on my server, cools northbridge, CPU and an old X700 vid card to 45-50C in a 75-90F utility room. I use 2 low speed long life 92mm fans with about 50 CFM each. If you are looking for a small high performance rad this is it.

Author: Ramprat
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Product: Black Ice Pro II Radiator

Review: Best radiator you will find for the price. All of DD's radiators are top quality and even this budget rad is great. Be aware that if you are using M4 screws that are the standard in watercooling you will have to tap the holes on this rad. Also be careful not to use screws that are too long they will damage the radiator fins.

Author: Ramprat
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Just started using the pump. it only took seconds to get the air out of the system. very quite and efficient

Author: DanT
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