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post #21 of 43
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The rasa was the Price/Performance king, but I've heard the EK LTX is now.

If you don't mine coughing up for the extra rad space, then go for it
Thanks,

How about the pump? Is it worthed? I will use a seperate 24V dc supply

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post #22 of 43
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Thanks,

How about the pump? Is it worthed? I will use a seperate 24V dc supply

Pump
Eh, I wouldn't risk it with that pump, may as well just have everything running off the one PSU.

The one I posted is actually quite powerful, plus, it's already in a reservoir, so you don't need one of those anymore.

Same thing that comes with the Rasa 240 and above kits.
post #23 of 43
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Eh, I wouldn't risk it with that pump, may as well just have everything running off the one PSU.

The one I posted is actually quite powerful, plus, it's already in a reservoir, so you don't need one of those anymore.

Same thing that comes with the Rasa 240 and above kits.
I have a reservoir and I don't need one....

How is the performance of the pump listed above? Is it overpowered?
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post #24 of 43
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I have a reservoir and I don't need one....

How is the performance of the pump listed above? Is it overpowered?
Well, it's in a kit designed for a CPU-only loop, so no, it's not overpowered for your purpose.

What res do you have?
post #25 of 43
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Well, it's in a kit designed for a CPU-only loop, so no, it's not overpowered for your purpose.

What res do you have?
Are you talking about this Pump??

Regarding the reservoir, its like the attached reservoir, but without the marked top, and without the fittings holes.
I could make a top and seal it and I could also drill holes for incoming and outgoing.


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post #26 of 43
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Are you talking about this Pump??

Regarding the reservoir, its like the attached reservoir, but without the marked top, and without the fittings holes.
I could make a top and seal it and I could also drill holes for incoming and outgoing.

*snip*
Oh, no, I was talking about the pump I posted, sorry.

Eh, I don't know, I wouldn't use it personally. I would just stick with what I know. If you want to, then by all means, go for it.
post #27 of 43
Well a good budget loop is certainly possible, check out my build thread and you'll see what u can build on a low budget
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post #28 of 43
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Any one experienced this 24V pump Pump What do you think of the specs? Should I give it a try for £19.99 Shipping Free
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post #29 of 43
LOL

your 920 can probably do 4.2 on low voltage , i use a h50 for my 870 and 4.2ghz has been running great for a year now .

triple and quad radiator is really pointless and loud , if your not going to watercool your gpu's . A 120mm radiator with 2 good fans will cool your cpu no worries , imo i dont think its worth it to go a open loop just for the cpu and have all that noise for nothing 6+ fans on the radiator .
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LOL

your 920 can probably do 4.2 on low voltage , i use a h50 for my 870 and 4.2ghz has been running great for a year now .

triple and quad radiator is really pointless and loud , if your not going to watercool your gpu's . A 120mm radiator with 2 good fans will cool your cpu no worries , imo i dont think its worth it to go a open loop just for the cpu and have all that noise for nothing 6+ fans on the radiator .
I'll need some room for future upgrades... I will only setup the fans as push for now, until upgrades are done....
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