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Which performs better, in regard to overclocking and temp reduction? brand specifics would be appreciated.
I saw this question and I thought I would share that I would go with the aftermarket fan. The cheap water may give slightly better proformance however, being cheap, if it leaks, your computer might sizzle. I am not currently updated on system cooling. If I find something else I'll try to let you know.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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