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CPU Block - Koolance CPU-370
GPU Block - Koolance VID-NX580
Radiator - XSPC RX360 (or 480 if you wanna cut the top)
Pump - MCP655 or MCP355, either one will do for your loop.
Reservoir - IandH Stealth Reservoir (hard to find though), you can really choose your own reservoir.
Fans - Can't go wrong with Gentle Typhoon AP-15's, little pricey and a moderately tough to find (you can find someone selling them on OCN probably).
Fittings - Bitspower G1/4" Matte Black Compression Fitting (whatever size tubing you choose, I like 7/16").
Tubing - Primochill (choose size)
I think that's it, good luck with the loop!
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Thread Starter 
So.... something like this I guess!



With some changing to tubing, fittings etc.. I think I go 7/16" ID tubing for the 1/2" barbs on the pump and such.

Dayum, lots more expensive than sidewinder

But I'll see, I have this pic on my PC now atleast for a shopping list, thanks for the help all! I gave out some +rep
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mcp 35x is a much stronger pump than the d5 and it can be throttled with pwm. it isnt too loud if you mount it properly.

as for the cpu block, i think koolance 370 is the best looking block you can get atm and its performance is on par with ek.
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