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okay i am planning on having Reservoir >Pump>360 Radiator>Cpu>Motherboard>Reservoir >Different Pump>240 Radiator2x Graphics Cards>Reservoir


This is what i was planning on using for all the fans. Also on the top of the case i will have this shroud with this grill on top. and for the bottom 240 radiator just so it doesn't get too bad with dust i would put this between the cut out bottom of the case and the radiator.

please post ur opinions and suggestions.. i will also prob add a quick release or something to clean out all the liquid down right after the 240 rad.

Edit: also what directions should i have the fans blowing and sucking?
Edit:Edit: is 750w enough for this build?
Edited by Mystxc - 7/27/11 at 9:49pm
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I honestly think you should have the 360 for the GPU's and the 240 for the CPU. Also, why not have it in all one loop?
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I honestly think you should have the 360 for the GPU's and the 240 for the CPU. Also, why not have it in all one loop?
hmmm i could do it all in one loop and the toobing would be everywhere if i tried to do the 360 to the gpu dont u think?
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hmmm i could do it all in one loop and the toobing would be everywhere if i tried to do the 360 to the gpu dont u think?
Res->240 rad->CPU->360 rad->GPU's->(high quality)pump->res.
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Res->240 rad->CPU->360 rad->GPU's->(high quality)pump->res.
how would it get pumped through if the pump is after the gpu and it pumps the water into the res?
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how would it get pumped through if the pump is after the gpu and it pumps the water into the res?
It pulls the water that way. You can also have it pushing but that is more stress on the pump.
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It pulls the water that way. You can also have it pushing but that is more stress on the pump.
ohhh! that makes much more sense lol... sorry


would this be better? or should i place the pump some where else? also what high end pump would u recommend?
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ohhh! that makes much more sense lol... sorry


would this be better? or should i place the pump some where else? also what high end pump would u recommend?
I honestly did not do that much research on pumps so I cannot recommend you one sadly. Though this is a URL where you can see some.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...page=1&sort=5a
The pump is in a good position. It's recommended the pup be lower than the res.
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I honestly did not do that much research on pumps so I cannot recommend you one sadly. Though this is a URL where you can see some.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...page=1&sort=5a
The pump is in a good position. It's recommended the pup be lower than the res.
sweet thank you so much
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sweet thank you so much
Of course. I'm here to help.
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