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post #1 of 5 Old 07-31-2015, 06:15 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello everyone!
First of all, sorry for my easy english, becouse it is not my native. I am making my first ever water cooling system build.

My PC is:
Case: Parvum Systems S2.0 Black/Green

CPU: i7 3770k
RAM: 2x4GB Corsair Dominator GT 1866 MHz and 2x4GB Corsair Dominator 1600 MHz
MB: Asus MAXIMUS IV GENE-Z/GEN3
GPU: Club3D Radeon HD7850 2GB
Fans: 2x BitFenix Spectre Pro Green LED 120 mm
HDD: Western Digital WDC WD10EZEX 1TB

What I need?
I have read tutorials for water cooling, but I am totally begginer and I do not know how to fit parts etc.
I think about new GPU (probably GTX 970), so I do not need water cooling for my current GPU, but I want to have parst which allow me do this in future for new GPU.
I am in good situation, becouse I have got good offer (do not care about price) to parts from Alphacool, Phobya, Masterkleer, Aquatuning and I want to make my build with their parts.
If any part, from EK for example, would be way batter - I can buy EK, but I would love to make a project with these four brands only too.
I am not overclocker - I use my computer to games, videos, music, so it is universal for me. I want to have low temperatures and very silent setup. I have heared Fractal Designs Kelvin S24 with full speed pomp (about 2600-2700 RPM) and it is bit noisy for me... I want to make great looking setup too.

My (totally begginer) proposition:

CPU block: Alphacool NexXxoS XP³ Light
Radiator 2x: Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 240mm
Pump: I do knot know
Reservoir: I do knot know
Fans 4x: Phobya NB-eLoop 1600rpm - Bionic fan
Red color of fans, becouse I want to have pink/red water. I think it good fit to green element of case.
Tubes: clear to see color of water - Masterkleer company.
Fittings: I do not know - I can buy them from another company, it is not very expensive.

Could you help me? I saw some projects od Parvum Systems S2.0, but I can not fit all parts by myself.
Thank you a lot friends!
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You might want to read this to get an idea about picking WCing components:

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Thank you, I will check it. What is your proposition about rest parts?
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Read the article about how to pick parts. Every system is different and everyone's goals are different (at least those that have performance goals other than "make it work good.") so I don't make recommendations. You have to do the calculations for your system to know if the parts are right for you. At least that's the way I've always dome it.

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