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Old 30-07-2008
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I want 2 graphics card cooler to replace the old one's i had on my 2 hd3850. The old coolers that i had was not that really good. I have a limit of 150 dollars for both of them. So in this tight situation if anyone can find me something wowuld be great. Thanks in advance.

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At that budget you can get 2 vga water blocks & water cooling system.

Here you go.

GIGABYTE GH-WIU02 3D Galaxy II Liquid Cooling - water cooler system (with cpu block)


GIGABYTE GH-WPBV1 VGA liquid Cooling - VGA water block I have one of this.

You can also do some air cooling much cheaper or a DIY water cooling setup. This can also be found on many other sites for less money but i like newegg the best to go for.
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My friend uses a Zalman VF900 & it works like a charm on his card Geforce 8600gt which will only cost you around 33 $ on newegg.
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At that budget you can get 2 vga water blocks & water cooling system.

Here you go.

GIGABYTE GH-WIU02 3D Galaxy II Liquid Cooling - water cooler system (with cpu block)


GIGABYTE GH-WPBV1 VGA liquid Cooling - VGA water block I have one of this.

You can also do some air cooling much cheaper or a DIY water cooling setup. This can also be found on many other sites for less money but i like newegg the best to go for.

I had some friends who had some leak in their components so therefore i am not sure whether to go for it or not?
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Go with the Arctic-Cooling coolers cause i myslef have used it several times with no issues.
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