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crabid thats great. Now I just need to design the loop so I know what fittings to get
post #22 of 25
Fair few ways you can do it, of course you shouldn't be short of inspiration considering how popular the 800D is.

Here is my setup atm with a bay res and pump at the bottom:



Only difference I would recommend is having the rad connectors at the rear of the case instead of the front. Just makes connections easier.
    
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post #23 of 25
The 2 top CPU Waterblocks are Koolance 370 and Apogee XT REV 2(1 degree apart)
For your GPU Danger Den full cover Waterblock is best value
Liang MCP 655
Thermalchill TA120.3
Swiftech micro res

This is my setup on my 930
I got 4.5GHz stable with 1.44v at 85 deg. Under load.
I cool 2 x 6970's so the 120.3 will be plenty to disapate the heat on your hardware.

Cooling the mofset and Ram is an epic waste of $ IMO.


Hope this helps. I did lot of research and the components are top notch for an I7 930 and will cool your 950 wonderfully. Hope this helps.
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post #24 of 25
Here watch these videos.
http://www.youtube.com/user/alexbare...29/eVm4tynkEWg

This guy explains all about water cooling and even puts a gpu water block on. There are 15 videos on how to build a water cooling pc with explanation from the ground up, even though he has a different motherboard, its still very similar.

Just scroll down and look for videos that start with "Water Cooling Your Computer - Part 1" and so on, than Part 2 and so on.
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post #25 of 25
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seriously guys wow this is a huge help. I'll watch all these then post some other info my friend gives me. Still really nervous to do the system though.
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