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Product: DD-SLI Kit Solution using two (2) Acetal MAZE5GPU

Review: Will this work with the 7900's? **YES**

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

Review: quite-as-a-mouse, powerfull too!!!

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

Review: BEST AND MOST REALIABLE PUMP ON THE MARKET! I have a huge circuit which concist of 3/8, and 1/4 tubbing cooling MY CPU (PRESCOTT 3.4 Running at 21.4C Idle, 28.9C Load) Northbridge Chip, VGA Chip, 2 SATA HDD's, & 2 DDR Sticks! Pump is quiet as my gf's

Author: ROBERT
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Product: MAZE4 for Athlon64 & Opteron G34/754/939/940

Review: Does this work on AMD 64 X2? **YES**

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

Review: Wonderfully silent pump. Once you finish getting out all the air (I used 3.5 speed for most of it and 5 for the last bits) Brilliant, works quite nice through an RBX, two 6800s in SLi and a Black Ice Extreme flawlessly :)

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

Review: I was wondering what the dimensions of this pump are. I gotta know if it will fit in my Silverstone TJ07 without too much clutter (as 1/2" tubing tends to create).

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

Review: This is great pump. Its a little hummer at the #5 setting, but nothing i cant live with.

Author: Dave Alfaro
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Very nice pump, easily handels my cpu and sli blocks, very quiet and powerful.

Author: Eric (Taxi-Driver)
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Product: Black Ice XtremeII Radiator

Review: great rad, probably even overkill for my mid-high system. im only using two fans and the exhaust is still cool

Author: Thruster
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Product: Fillport Reservoir

Review: Gives a nice custom look and built sturdy. Did leak slightly between the res and the case when the case was tipped over for bleeding, but otherwise sound (will never operate with fluid at that gasket normally anyways).

Author: Richard S.
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Very powerful, very quiet once air is bled off (contrary to what other reviewrs said), and had no troubles when using Tygon. Great product!

Author: Richard S.
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Product: Black Ice Micro

Review: I'm assuming (and hoping) you mean 125-130 degrees F, not C. In which case that is a perfectly reasonable temp depending on what kind of CPU you have. You have to go above 75 degrees C (167 F) before the life of the CPU starts to become less.

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

Review: I love this pump, it is so well built, very small and dead quiet even on the #5 setting I can't even hear it at all, I had a Hydor L35 and the noise it made was way too LOUD even when all the air was out, this pump is 100 times better. Also would not reco

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

Review: This pump is great. Once the air was bled out the pump doesn't make a noise. The pump has more than enough power to pump through 3 blocks.

Author: John
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Product: DD-SLI Kit Solution using two (2) Acetal MAZE5GPU

Review: I would also like to know if this will work with 7800s ^_^ **YES**

Author: Ultimax
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Product: Black Ice XtremeIII Radiator

Review: This radiator is HUGE. Make sure you have plenty of room for it, and plenty of need for it. You only really need this rad if you're cooling some really hot hardware. Well worth the price if you are. Mine cools a 3.4P4@3.8 and a 9800XT with a peltier.

Author: WhiteBoy88
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Product: TDX and D5

Review: Does the block come with the luctite top or the copper? I want the copper one if it means I am gonna cost me more. **DD** Brass tops are an option and additional costs

Author: Serious Buyer
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: WOW!!!!! this pump is so quiet that i can hear my hard drive over it. and exelent flow too.

Author: chenlahav
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Product: (Discontinued) DD-Single 5 1/4" Bay Reservoir

Review: The construction is good, and no leaks after several weeks of using.

Author: CounterMeasure
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Product: Black Ice Pro III Radiator

Review: amazingly cheap for it's performance. i had a custom built water system and it had my 3500 newcastle at 57C on prime, this dropped it to 42c great buy!!!

Author: yogurt_21
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Deffinatly quiter than D4 but noise is still an issue, im using the foam for pelts around the pump, to quieten it slightly,

Author: Alex
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Product: X-Flow Black Ice Pro

Review: Awsome raditor had no problems at all

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

Review: Holy Crap!!! This is the most quiet, fast, smallest pump I have used. I had the MAG3 and that was really loud and bubled up the water alot. This one does not do that, plus it has an adjustable flow rate. Oh Man, I cant say enough about this one. Get

Author: Gold3nMan
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: The first time I ran this pump, it was loud. But after getting all the air out of the system, the noise of the pump dropped way down. I even placed the pump as the lowest part in my cooling system. This helped the coolant to run through the pump.

Author: Rick C.
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Product: Black Ice Pro II Radiator

Review: A really good radiator for the price!

Author: dasunga
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Product: Black Ice Pro III Radiator

Review: Dt water/air ~3-4ะก. With 660@4.5 (TDX) + X800XT@580mhz (Maze4 GPU) + NB P5AD2-E. (~230W total) So it's great and powerful rad, works good with 3 weak (but quite) 55CFM Papst Fans. And all this for 45$!!!!! Silent setup!!!!!!

Author: maratus
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Product: TDX Brass Top Conversion Kit

Review: Looks much more durable than lucite top (spec. on 775 top) Also very beautiful :)

Author: maratus
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Product: TDX and D5

Review: do they sell this in 3/8 tubing? **DD** Not there isn't a version...but 1/2" tubing can be forced on. Wet inside the tubing with water and slide on!

Author: dasunga
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Product: Black Ice XtremeIII Radiator

Review: This radiator works extremely well. It dissipates more heat than the car radiator I originally used for my water cooling (an old chevette core). Unlike the chevette heater core I used, however, the space constraints of this thing is a huge.

Author: John Stewart
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Product: DD-SLI Kit Solution using two (2) Acetal MAZE5GPU

Review: can this also work on the 7800 series in SLI?

Author: wass ist das?
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Extremely good flow when cranked up and is still VERY quiet.Even on low still flows as good as my D12 and just as quiet.

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

Review: This is a superb pump! Very quiet and powerful. The sound of water flowing through my reservoir is 10 times louder than the pump. It's very important to get the air out though.

Author: Owen C
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: This pump is pretty amazing, virtually no noise, certainly the quietest pump i have heard (again once all the air is out of the system)

Author: Jamie
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Product: MAZE4 for Athlon64 & Opteron G34/754/939/940

Review: The best option for performance, when on a budget. Order without fear, Danger Den has great products and outstanding customer support.

Author: slagment
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Product: Black Ice Micro

Review: Wow, thats definately your fault. Maybe a faulty temp probe or something. Even with a single 80mm radiator temps wouldn't be NEAR that hott.

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Product: Black Ice XtremeIII Radiator

Review: this rad is awesome, I've never seen my CPU go above 35C and I have a A64 Venice 3200+ @ 2.8, this rad is well worth the price, especially now since it's cheaper than the thermochill, w00t to DD

Author: g33x0r
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Very powerfull, but not for silent-PCs, unless you turn the dial to 2 or 1. For people looking for quiet pumps it's definitely not worth it. Like Doug G said : no point in buying a powerfull pump and turn it down.

Author: scorp
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Product: Chrome Version MAZE4GPU

Review: An absolutely stunning piece of work. And wow it is heavy in your hands. This was an experiment for me at first: DD lists that it is not compatible with all in wonder cards. But i wanted it bad enough that i had to find out for myself. It fit awesomel

Author: r00k
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Product: Copper TDX Block for AMD XP/MP

Review: On noisy air solution i could only get 46C idle / 52C load. When my TDX arrived, the quality in it's engineering impressed me. I mean, its sexy! It performs VERY well, with my load and idle temps almost rock solid set at 39C.

Author: r00k
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: This pump is fantastic. I built an entirely Danger Den water setup based on 1/2 inch tubing. opting to leave this pump on its max setting, it whirred right to life when all was ready. Getting the air bubbles completely out of the system is the KEY to m

Author: r00k
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Product: Tygon 3603 Tubing

Review: A little more expensive but worth the extra amount. This stuff is THICK and very soft yet rigid. It looks incredible in my case, especially with the orange coolant flowing through it.

Author: Brandon
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Product: Black Ice XtremeII Radiator

Review: Solid construction, glossy black, extra thick. Love it. Huge step up from my eXos system (Noticeable temp drops)

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

Review: I think this pump kicks hiney. It's quiet (IMO) and pumps ALOT of water. I had a cheap fountain pump rated for 1000 gph and 6' of head, but I have a pretty long waterloop and a TDX with the #4 nozzle. The D5 spanks the big pump. Don't know by how much, bu

Author: Curtybob
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Product: Copper TDX Block for Intel 478 Processors

Review: This block took 10 F off my temps as compared to my "old" Maze 4 block. I think it will take more off when I upgrade from the single 120mm BIX. I'm running a P4 3.2E (prescott) @ 3.8 GHz. with a new D5 pump, maze 4 GPU block, and BIX rad. It idl

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

Review: As Tyler Said, once all the air is out of the system, it is very very quiet. The first time I turned this thing on I was surprised how powerful it really is

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

Review: compared with the 'benchmark' for noise vs. power, the eheim 1250... how noisy is it compared to that pump as that was near silent.

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

Review: This pump is awesome. It is very quiet once all the air is out of the system. Only sound it makes is a sort of "high-pitched" screeched like when the TV is on. Some people can't hear those things though and I have to be about a foot or closer to

Author: Tyler M
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Product: Black Ice Pro III Radiator

Review: This thing OWNS, it is unbeliveable!!! you can see enormus temp drops!!! BUY ONE!!!!!!!

Author: paul f.
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Product: DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing

Review: Quiet is in the ear of the beholder it seems; this pump is definitly quieter than the D4 pump it replaced in my system, and both my radiator fans and my power supply fan are louder than it! If you're looking for the best ratio of performance/noise, then t

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

Review: My friend just received his, and we find it is only quite if you turn the power way down. Whats the point in getting a big pump if you must turn it down to stop noise?

Author: Doug G
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