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Could you guys help me pick a good watercooling solution for a AM3 socket CPU and two 6970 GPUs. I am thinking of overclocking my X4 to 4.2Ghz and it would have to be able to cool that efficiently. I would also overclock both GPUs.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeevezzz View Post
Could you guys help me pick a good watercooling solution for a AM3 socket CPU and two 6970 GPUs. I am thinking of overclocking my X4 to 4.2Ghz and it would have to be able to cool that efficiently. I would also overclock both GPUs.

Pump/Res
D5 / XSPC RASA BAY RES

Radiator
RX 360

Cpu Block.
EK Supreme HF includes AM3 KIT.

Gpu Block.
none reference http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...ign_Cards.html

reference http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...EN_Nickel.html

Tube/Fittings
7/16 Primochill with 1/2" barbs.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 10/5/11 at 3:26am
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Build a complete custom loop, water cooling is a hobbie in itself and over the time you'll but more expensive parts to get lower temps, So just save some money and buy a big custom loop from the Offset.

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Man is watercooling expensive
I'll probably get the CPU cooled first then start saving money for the GPU blocks.
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How much power would you say that would consume?
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How much power would you say that would consume?
About 20-30w depending on what fans and pumps were used....maybe less then that.

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