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http://www.overclock.net/t/1351984/coollaboratory-liquid-ultra-vs-liquid-pro-vs-phobya-liquid-metal
I think you're missing the fans, pump and res from that list. As for the rads, I wouldn't go Koolance. Reasons: not much reviews available and they won't honour the warranty when you don't use their coolants. Depending on whether you want a quiet system or not, you'll need a certain fan/rad combo or another. Mind that 140mm fans are nowhere as good for rads as 120mm fans (in fact, some 120mm fans are better for rads than most 140mm fans). So I'd consider buying 120mm...
I think they already come with 3mm led holes. What gpu block?
You're right. ProsilentPC sells a 480x45 for 90€, and the 60mm version for 110€. The EK one (45mm I think) is 76€. PCRelic charges about the same. Coolmod's got the XSPC EX480 for 87... None close to 60€I'd personally avoid the Koolance (just because of the ports) and get a 360 radiator, like an XSPC. I don't like my alphacools because they're a pain to remove flux.Martin never tested a Koolance rad in his last shoot-out, but you can clearly see that most of them performs...
Look at the ports... they are on the underside. That might not be very convenient for you. Where do you live? Alphacool or phobya rads are available in most countries. Or EK.
It runs at about 70%, just like a D5 without the pot (like the MCP655-B). With PWM signal 0%, it stops. But for that you must wire the GND to the PWM wire IIRC. I think you can use 5v as the PWM input to run at full speed.@OP: get a zalman PWMate if you want to control while testing.
DDR4 or DDR3?
I love your build.
I'm using the default one, J3 0.7mm, but I think I should've used J2. This IHS is very concave.I fail to understand how a steel sheet can change the bow of the copper base... Or it's only for focusing water flow on a certain surface?
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