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That is more like it. I still don't think you need the RS360. Swap that out for a RX240. Here's a video on how to mod the 800d for a bottom compartment 240 rad:

*snip*

Fittings can be whatever you like. However I think you're best off with 1/2" barbs and worm drive clamps for now. Not the prettiest solution, but the least likely to spring a leak imo, easy to set up, and it's probably the one of the least expensive ways to get your loop up and running.

Also, see this thread documenting multiple loyal EK users being hosed by EK and their faulty nickel plating on their WB's:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ck-issues.html

If you must use EK, go with their non nickel plated types. Also, how do you plan on connecting the GPU blocks? People tend to use the EK bridge to connect them:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27825
Oh my. I don't have the tools for all that... I'd rather not mod my case or as little as possible. Just don't have the tools or money or space for it all. Someday, but not today. I haven't looked yet but if it's not to tough would an RX480 and RX120 be sufficient enough to cool the 3gpus and cpu?

I'm not opposed to using other than EK, looking at DD. If I used the DD blocks I could use a couple of these Xfire kits. I'd rather use those then the EK block on top thing.

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Ram blocks are a waste of money. Mobo block might be worth it if you're going to some extreme overclocks or it won't get much airflow anymore due to the WC loop. Otherwise, it adds a ton of restriction and costs quite a bit. You'd likely have to step up to dual pumps in order to keep your flow rate up in that large of a loop.
I figured ram ones were a waste, just thought I'd ask. I"ll pass on mobo for now. Maybe later.

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Originally Posted by liljoejoe54 View Post
The 160 isnt too small, I think its a good size and looks great in the 800D. Here is a link to my setup with the RX360 and 160mil Helix res.....

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...stom-loop.html

I only have the CPU in the loop right now but there is a ton of room for adding my gpu and mobo.
Thanks! I'll play around with everything get measurements. The 160 looks bigger than I thought, I'd still like to fit a 250 if possible though.

Thanks for all the help guys!

edit*

Slight update with fittings and clamps

Edited by derickwm - 5/20/11 at 3:55pm
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Sorry for double post but will the rads/fans/everything else for the most part come with all the proper screws for mounting? Such as mounting the rad, then the fans, to the top of my 800D?

If not what will I need to buy?
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The XSPC Rasa is a much better performing block for the money than the EK Supreme LTX from my knowledge. Everybody on this forum basically loves it, and it also performs 1-2C away from the EK Supreme HF ($80 version).

Link har.


Also, going with my gut here, I have heard that XSPC also makes waterblocks that are simply superior.. at least passing EK (someone made a thread here regarding a comparison on the 69xx series, XSPC vs EK). I would also assume that the XSPC Razor 6990 is a better choice.. it's also cheaper! You'd save $40 and possibly get lower temperatures going XSPC

Linky harrr!
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Also, if your planning to get either a mobo chipset block or a RAM block, you may as well get the MCP35x. It's a bit louder than the MCP655, but it has a ton more head pressure suitable for restrictive blocks.



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Also, your fittings should be 1/2" ID. I suggest some XSPC regular barbs, link here. If you are going to get barbs, you may as well bring your tubing down to 7/16"ID 5/8"OD because it provides a much tighter grip on the 1/2" barb and has a COMPLETELY minimal difference in flow or pressure. The "tighter fit" tube method won't work with compression fittings just to let you know..
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The XSPC Rasa is a much better performing block for the money than the EK Supreme LTX from my knowledge. Everybody on this forum basically loves it, and it also performs 1-2C away from the EK Supreme HF ($80 version).

Link har.

Also, going with my gut here, I have heard that XSPC also makes waterblocks that are simply superior.. at least passing EK (someone made a thread here regarding a comparison on the 69xx series, XSPC vs EK). I would also assume that the XSPC Razor 6990 is a better choice.. it's also cheaper! You'd save $40 and possibly get lower temperatures going XSPC

Linky harrr!
Thanks for your help I'll be going with the xspc cpu block, however for gpu blocks I'm going to stick with the DDs. They're only $20 more than the xspc ones and are a lot more aesthetically pleasing.

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Also, if your planning to get either a mobo chipset block or a RAM block, you may as well get the MCP35x. It's a bit louder than the MCP655, but it has a ton more head pressure suitable for restrictive blocks.

*snip*

Linky!


Also, your fittings should be 1/2" ID. I suggest some XSPC regular barbs, link here. If you are going to get barbs, you may as well bring your tubing down to 7/16"ID 5/8"OD because it provides a much tighter grip on the 1/2" barb and has a COMPLETELY minimal difference in flow or pressure. The "tighter fit" tube method won't work with compression fittings just to let you know..
Hmm I think the 655 pump will be a little better for my loop. I did take your suggestion with the tubing though.

Anything else guys? Thanks for all the input so far. Still wondering about what kind of screws I will need to order if any.
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