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I think you should ditch the 35X and get the Mcp655, that pump has too much head pressure for your low restrictive loop, unless your adding a full gpu waterblock very soon. The pump will get too hot if it doesn't have enough restriction.
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I think you should ditch the 35X and get the Mcp655, that pump has too much head pressure for your low restrictive loop, unless your adding a full gpu waterblock very soon. The pump will get too hot if it doesn't have enough restriction.
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is this any good for my cpu and gpu? http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16536
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Im adding EVGA GTX 580 Hydrocopper2 SLI
Oh ok that pump is perfect then.
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I think you should ditch the 35X and get the Mcp655, that pump has too much head pressure for your low restrictive loop, unless your adding a full gpu waterblock very soon. The pump will get too hot if it doesn't have enough restriction.
MCP35X has PWM control, there is no need to run it at full blast all the time.
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is this any good for my cpu and gpu? http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16536
Not to be mean, but with the amount of questions you're posting, you should start your own thread. It won't mix people up as much.

As for the screws, I don't know where you're from. But the North America has FrozenCPU, Performance-PCS, and Dazmode for Canada.

Europe has Aquatuning and a couple others I don't know about.

Here's some screws from frozencpu. linky. I'm not good with the imperial system, but I think 1 1/8 is about 30mm.
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Not to be mean, but with the amount of questions you're posting, you should start your own thread. It won't mix people up as much.

As for the screws, I don't know where you're from. But the North America has FrozenCPU, Performance-PCS, and Dazmode for Canada.

Europe has Aquatuning and a couple others I don't know about.

Here's some screws from frozencpu. linky. I'm not good with the imperial system, but I think 1 1/8 is about 30mm.
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May I just ask if there is anything I can improve or cheap out on before I order?
The Swiftech CPU block does cost a bit compared to others (ordering from performance-pcs)
    
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May I just ask if there is anything I can improve or cheap out on before I order?
The Swiftech CPU block does cost a bit compared to others (ordering from performance-pcs)
I wouldn't cheap out... not with watercooling.


Actually I'd get a couple bucks more and change the Switch to the EK HF rev 2 , CPU-370 block if you want better. I'd also change the NB's for the multiframes.

Other than that everything looks awesome!
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