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Hi!

I will order the watercooling as quick as possible so I dont have to wait much
Ive tryed to read alot here, and this is what I came up with :
Anything I should change?

Note! I might now order from Performance-pcs
    
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think you're missing some fittings.

That res has some... ok
The 2 compression fittings will go on the rad... ok
What about your CPU block? Granted there's barbs in the pic, but does it come with barbs? Or do you want compression fittings on those also?


Derp.

For a couple extra bucks you could get the multi-frame NB's. They're really quite something.
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post #3 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rognin View Post
think you're missing some fittings.

That res has some... ok
The 2 compression fittings will go on the rad... ok
What about your CPU block? Granted there's barbs in the pic, but does it come with barbs? Or do you want compression fittings on those also?


Derp.

For a couple extra bucks you could get the multi-frame NB's. They're really quite something.
Yes I saw those fans

I ordered 2x compressions with the radiator, pump + 2. I dont need more then 6 compression fittings?
    
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Originally Posted by Rognin View Post
For a couple extra bucks you could get the multi-frame NB's. They're really quite something.
^ This. Otherwise it seems good.
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Should I get the 73 cfm & 27db ones?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pryda View Post
Should I get the 73 cfm & 27db ones?
M12-S3HS is the good model. If you can get yourself a cheap fan controller (sunbeam comes to mind >40$) then you can control the speed and noise.

When you pick those up in your hands, a sense of satisfaction just overwhelms you.

You will need some 6-32 30mm screws (XSPC radiator thread size needed) though to secure the M12-S3H2's. You have to put the bolt completely through the rubber frame.
Edited by Rognin - 8/13/11 at 8:59am
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not to hijack your thread OP but can someone help me,i wanna buy a rasa 450 RS120 kit but i want to know if it will be enough to run my cpu and 480 in the same loop
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Originally Posted by TehStranger? View Post
not to hijack your thread OP but can someone help me,i wanna buy a rasa 450 RS120 kit but i want to know if it will be enough to run my cpu and 480 in the same loop
I would stick with at least an RS240 or RX240 or even better an RX360. 480's get hot.
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I would stick with at least an RS240 or RX240 or even better an RX360. 480's get hot.
i wanna stay under $170 tho,ive been spending too much money on my comp lately
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post #10 of 19
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Originally Posted by Rognin View Post
M12-S3HS is the good model. If you can get yourself a cheap fan controller (sunbeam comes to mind >40$) then you can control the speed and noise.

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You will need some 6-32 30mm screws (XSPC radiator thread size needed) though to secure the M12-S3H2's. You have to put the bolt completely through the rubber frame.
Do you mind giving a link for screws that will work?
Also, I guess Push/Pull wont give much performance boost?
    
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