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This is my first watercooling, I will probably add a few components in the future.

MSI BIg Bang Marshal, i7 2600K, Corsair Dominator 6GB, Radeon HD6990, Vertex 3, Velociraptor 600GB, pump: Swiftech, Tygon tubing, Thermochill UV, 3 Gentle Typhoon, 3 Thermalright TY 140, Zalman rheobus.
PSU: silent pro gold 1000W, careful with the cable length, I had to extend one of the cables, the bundle is cheap compared to Corsair PSUs.
Rads: Phobya 360 et 280.
Waterblocks: EK 6990, Aquacomputer Kryos XT
Thermal compound coollaboratory metal liquid, this one rocks.
Average temps playing Crysis 2 (max settings, no OC yet) 115°F (45°C), room temperature 77°F (25°C).
I'm disapointed with the UV lights which are not powerful enough, and there are interferences from the super blue bright mobo leds.
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What UV light are you using? Logisys?
Very nice build by the way! Love the color of the coolant!!
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Very cool bro!
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Thank you guys, appreciated.
The coolant is Thermochill EC6 UV Blue. Now I must overclock the CPU and the GPU.
The UV lights are from Sharkoon (purchased on aquatuning.fr or .us)
Since I am a bit of a noob I will browse the forum and ask for your advice in order to overclock the i7. I was thinking about 5GHZ.
Edited by carpediem2b - 8/6/11 at 4:57am
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Looking great there!

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Originally Posted by yuhaowu View Post
What UV light are you using? Logisys?
Very nice build by the way! Love the color of the coolant!!
http://www.itrends.dk/12210/
Coolants tests, change the language on the upper right part of the page.
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what is the id and od of that tubing?
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what is the id and od of that tubing?
Tygon R3603-13/19
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