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post #11 of 15
Good choice for Tubing.
For temperature of the fan controller is I think its a temperature probe who put where you want in the case so I won't gave you your water temp and your CPU temp. If you bought that only for temp monitoring you should install cputemp or anything like that. And instead you've only a CPU loop, you should add fans in the case because your gpu and north/south bridge would heat.



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I already have coretemp and my motherboard has a cpu temp readout on the side, I'm just more concerned about the water temps and the ambients inside my case, I have a pretty nice air cooling setup right now, my case has 4 intakes and 3 exhausts, I'm just putting the radiator in the top 2 slots

Basically I'm just trying to get my computer ready to overclock the crap out of an 8150 whenever it finally comes out
post #13 of 15
Haha
I don't think it will have a watertemp probe in your fan controller box. Maybe youll have to bought a separe waterprobe to add in your loop.
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post #14 of 15
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yeah, I'll probably have to pick one up later..

I'd get it now, but apparently my budget no longer has any wiggle room =\\
oh well, just this stuff should make a huge difference in my computer
post #15 of 15
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Update: I just ordered my stuff from Frozencpu

only one thing changed, my budget got lowered by about 50$, so i opted out of getting the fan controller, so i got a couple of UV cathodes instead, I'll try to post some pictures of the installation
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