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post #11 of 16 Old 03-10-2008, 06:49 PM
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Link to Sidewindercomputers.

They are a ton more, however you can pickup a better rad like the Black Ice Pro 3 for very cheap.
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Well the fuzion gfx is not a good choice for your loop because it will add way too much restriction.
How so? Since that may be the case, would you recommend any other GPU Block(s)?

I looked at the MCW60-R, it seems pretty good. I noticed in your 'Orange Box' thread, you used one of those, and got some D-Tek High-Flow Fittings, I think I'll go with that.

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I would go thermochill for rad pricey but awsome.
Price isn't much of an opposition, but the cheaper the better.

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Link to Sidewindercomputers.

They are a ton more, however you can pickup a better rad like the Black Ice Pro 3 for very cheap.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bliceproiiit.html

Is that it? Hm, I may get that instead, it's $3 cheaper then my MCR320 Quiet Power Radiator, but it's the same thing. 3x 120mm. (I don't know how much the quality would differ between the two, doesn't it just disperse the heat?)
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http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bliceproiiit.html

Is that it? Hm, I may get that instead, it's $3 cheaper then my MCR320 Quiet Power Radiator, but it's the same thing. 3x 120mm. (I don't know how much the quality would differ between the two, doesn't it just disperse the heat?)
That is what I have.

The spacing between the fins for the Swiftech is greater than that of the BIP III, so it works better with quiet (and thus low CFM) fans, so the BIP III cools better. Also the BIP III is a little shorter.
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Okay, I'll get the BIP III, and not the swiftech. Though, I don't think size will be much of a problem. Least, I hope not in the Antec 900, I may eventually buy...

Any thoughts on the GPU Cooler?
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I'd go for the BI GTS personally.

Better than the BIP III in all cases, and even beats the PA's with high CMF (read: loud ) fans.

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I'll still with the Black Ice GT Stealth 360 for now. I guess I'm all set with my water cooling, thanks so much for help guys! It was greatly appreciated.
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