Originally Posted by al210
You are only buying 1 gpu water block?
One CPU, one GPU
Originally Posted by Arksniper
For the case you might wanna look at a HAF 932/x over the 1200 its has better cable management from what I hear and you can fit a nice 360 rad in the top which should cool your system decently although I would recommend another 120/240 for good temps.
I would also go with the rx360 kit over the 240. A 240 will limit your ocs if your ambients are hot. I would kick the anti-corrosive crap. Grab a silver kill coil or pt nuke. Ditch the 5$ water the 1-2$ stuff at your local grocery store that is distilled is just as good.
Back to the rads. A 240 is typically a cpu only setup otherwise you have yourself an expensive h50/70. The 360 rads are normally for cpu and 1 gpu or dual gpu cards. The 480s are typically cpu and cfx or sli setups. Otherwise your temps can get kinda warm.
How am I supposed to fit a 360 rad on top? There aren't 3x 120mm spaces at the top, and I don't want to do modding to comepensate for the 1x200mm fan config..
So would this
work? If it's a physical object won't it just run through the loop and eventually get stuck in the pump or one of the blocks?
So I guess I need to get a 360 rad...unless I can get a case with 8 or more rear PCI slots.
Is there a pronounced difference between the RX240 and RS360?
The RX series is a much thicker design than the RS
Why is the Antec case so terrible for liquid cooling?RX360 kit
$190 + shipping
+$x for however much a case will cost that can accomodate a 3x120 rad
I'm willing to spend $10 for high quality thermal paste
Fittings? I don't know. What should I get, based on my tubing and kit?
The kit comes with G1/4" to 1/2" barbs, would that work?Edited by kiwiasian - 4/26/11 at 7:19pm