Core 2 duo water cooling???

By zeroblitz ยท 7 replies
Aug 29, 2006
  1. i want to get the E6700 Conroe and a water cooling blockfor it but all i see is cooling systems that are compatible with P4s socket 775 will that work for the E6700 Conroe??
  2. twite

    twite TechSpot Paladin Posts: 937

    Depends on what kind of mobo you have..not the cpu. And yes, it more then likely will work with your motherboard, they just havent updated their website yet. About 90% of 775 waterblocks will work with any motherboard..but some motherboards have capaticators near the they dont fit.. What kind of motherboard do you have?..and what kind of water block do you have or are planning on getting?
  3. dmill89

    dmill89 TS Guru Posts: 475

    Yes as the E6700 conroe uses socket 775 and runs cooler than the old netburst chips(Pentium4,D) so any socket 775 water cooler should work. Personally i recomend Koolance due to the quality and wide range of options. They have just about any water block you could want CPU,GPU,video ram,ram,chipset,HDD,etc.
  4. zeroblitz

    zeroblitz TS Rookie Topic Starter

    its goin to be for a new build so i dont actually have any of the parts but the mobo i want to get is the ASUS P5W DH DELUXE/WIFI-AP ( anf for water colling
  5. twite

    twite TechSpot Paladin Posts: 937

    I actually just purchased that mobo and the e6600..and i got the dangerden waterblock, and the asetek waterchill extrreme pump and it all fits good...Btw..I know your probably waiting for that board to be in stock..just as i was..I got finally got mine a couple days ago from
  6. zeroblitz

    zeroblitz TS Rookie Topic Starter

    hmm sunwilltech never heard of them maby ill give them a look and plus i never set up a water cooling system how hard is it?
  7. twite

    twite TechSpot Paladin Posts: 937

    Heres the motherboard (instock)
    If you wanna buy them tommorow just to make sure its in stock

    Then this waterblock

    And this pump

    This radiator

    As far as putting it some research on it..find out the fundamentals, know what your doing..and it wont be to hard..Basically, it goes pump to resivoir then to cpu, then back to pump...and makes a circuit..If you have any other questions..or need help when your setting it up..feel free to ask.
  8. zeroblitz

    zeroblitz TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ok cool thanks for the links and info really appreciate it, goes for u 2 dmill89.
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