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Hello, i have very little liquid cooling in my current rig and with how my temperatures are on the CPU with Liquid cooling compared to heatsink/fan, i'd like to have more, can anyone refer me to awesome sites that are all about liquid cooling and have a lot to offer for products?
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Hello, i have very little liquid cooling in my current rig and with how my temperatures are on the CPU with Liquid cooling compared to heatsink/fan, i'd like to have more, can anyone refer me to awesome sites that are all about liquid cooling and have a lot to offer for products?
koolance.com is where i get my fittings and CPU blocks/tubing
frozencpu.com is where i get my fluid (feser1 fluid)/tubing
dangerden.com is good too, although i havent bought anything from there, my buddy swears by them.

if you have any questions let me know. i am actually currently in a water system rebuild and will be finishing up in a few days. so if you would like picks i can start up a thread of the build and show ya whats up.
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that'd be sweet dude, throw down some pics when you are finished, i would love to see your setup .
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This site has a whole Topic dedicated to liquid cooling. There are many helpful people on this site and are always willing to lend a hand. Its a very simple process. Make a closed series loop of water. You need a block for anything you want cooled. A radiator good enough to dissapate heat, and a good pump. Besides that, the rest is usually bling. While bling may not be important right now, its always something people get into after having their loops for a while and just want to add something for the sake of adding something. Its a small addiction. I said from the beginning that I only wanted a cpu loop. As of right now, Im collecting blocks for my gpu's.
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that'd be sweet dude, throw down some pics when you are finished, i would love to see your setup .
right on, add me as a friend and ill throw ya a thread link when i get them up. i just got the last thing i needed (sheet metal to make mounts for rad/fans) so i should be getten a lot finished tonight after work.
post #6 of 11
What is your current setup?
What's your budget?
What is your goal?

Answer these questions and we can give you some suggestions.
    
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well, my goal is to cool 2 GPU's (to be decided) and i've already got a CPU liquid cooling system in my rig, not sure what exact model it is but i know it's a corsair of some sort, i would like to keep my temps down on my CPU and GPU so that i can keep things cooler in the case when gaming on the desktop, i also plan to overclock this rig so i wan't cooling that will be able to keep things cool (to a point of course) i'm planning on getting a different case for better cable and hose management, if worse comes to worse i can always use my current case as a bracket for all my cooling, other than that my current GPU cooling is heatsink/fan, and like i said the CPU has already got liquid cooling on it, idk what else you can liquid cool to be honest, sure there is more, budget as far as that go's it can pretty much be anything because i plan to do this project over time and not all at once, most likely i'll spend here and there getting all the things i need and storing them and then when the time comes that i have everything i'll put it all together.
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post #8 of 11
Can you post some pictures of what you have as of now? It would give us a better idea of what kind of space you have to work with and what else can be done.
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It sounds like you're using a closed loop system like the Corsair H50. If you want to get into custom liquid cooling it's going to be a lot more work. You need a case with the room for a radiator, reservoir, pump, and tubing and you have to assemble it all yourself.
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I'm looking at getting a bigger case because there is not much room in there, it's a cool looking case and i think it'd be pretty good for cooling if i could get the 140mm fan on the top back of my case, it's got a fan in the very front in of the case and of course in the back, but i was only able to fit one on the side do to the liquid cooling system.

Dimensions of the Case-
Length: 21"
Width: 8"
Height: 16 7/8"





Edited by Overtyser67t_1 - 7/19/11 at 2:09pm
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