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    Liquid Cooling

    Ok guys, Im looking at buying some OCZ Flex EX Pc2-9600's 4gb which has liquid cooling capabilities...as wekkl as im looking at upgrading my CPU to a Q9550, I was looking at some liquid cooling solutions for my ram and CPU becuase im looking at OC's both... sugestions please be under $200(AUS)

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    You will get a lot more responses if you post this question in the Liquid Cooling section. That's where all the experts on the subject are.
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    you really dont need to watercool them your not gonna get much out of those with water
    if you want great set of ddr2 you need the gskills pc2-9600 pi a good board can take them to 1300 cas5
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    if you really want to do this koolance has ram MB's for 30 bucks a module.
    http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...hp?cPath=29_56

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    Lol zsamz....i've been looking or them for AGEEESSS and i cant find them in ANY!!!!! shop in AUS so i've decided to OC the OCZ's.....

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    the koolance i dont need becuz the OCZ's hav Liquid cooling built in

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    Import them mate, I got nothing against them Flex rams but the Gskills have been known to clock very well without requiring liquid cooling solutions and co , and the diffuser for them rams will kill flow inmensly... or like suggested look for the low voltage 9600 blades

    They are cheaper then the Gskills and the FLex rams , link here : 4GB OCZ PC2 9600 LV Blade
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    How exaclty am i gonna import the G.Skills???? and yes i've been looking for the G.skills cuz they clock nicely and idc about looks they both look fine...and i found a shop in canada that sells em 4 cheaper(th g.skills) than the OCZ's r over here

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    Oow yeh i think i might go for a Xigmatek midrange CPU cooler then get a ramfan for my modules....and those blades aren't sold in AUs either >_<...so if im gonna import then whichi dont have any idea how i know newegg dsnt ship internationally then id get some of the G.Skillz 9600 PI's

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    memoryc.com has them but you pay an arm and a leg for them.
    i dont know thier shipping policy but thier based in ireland i think.
    heres the overpriced link.
    http://www.memoryc.com/computermemor...serieskit.html
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