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I was wondering if anybody could just put together a basic list of main parts for a water cooling system. I am doing this for a school project so just like a pump water-block and other main components are necessary. you don't have to get all picky with fittings and tubing unless you want to.

But I need it to be able to cool 3 GTX 580s and an intel i7 extreme x6 processor. possibly memory, multiple loops are allowed.

can anybody help with this?
again doesn't have to be very thorough, I just need some main parts and a price, thanks in advance.
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2x 360 rad (150-200$)
1-2 pumps depending on stength 60-200 (depending on one or 2)
3x blocks for gtx 580 (300+)
1x block for gpu (roughly 50-80)
1x reservoir (40-60)
tubing (25)
compression fittings or barbs (100+ for compression don;t know for barbs since i don't use/like them)
that is it cant go more generic than that
fans vary in price and how many you want but for a push pull system for 2 rads with 12 gentle typhoons (the best in my opinion) cost another (200)
and fan controllers another (100 for 2 nice ones)
Edited by smokebaca - 10/10/11 at 9:49pm
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2x 360 rad (150-200$)
1-2 pumps depending on stength 60-200 (depending on one or 2)
3x blocks for gtx 580 (300+)
1x block for gpu (roughly 50-80)
1x reservoir (40-60)
tubing (25)
compression fittings or barbs (100+ for compression don;t know for barbs since i don't use/like them)
that is it cant go more generic than that
fans vary in price and how many you want but for a push pull system for 2 rads with 12 gentle typhoons (the best in my opinion) cost another (200)
and fan controllers another (100 for 2 nice ones)
Thank you so much. This is more than enough information. I greatly appreciate it +1 rep
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this is technically cheating >.<

but what school gives their students 3 580's and a i7 980X?????!

that school must have a grant or something for that computer
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this is technically cheating >.<

but what school gives their students 3 580's and a i7 980X?????!

that school must have a grant or something for that computer
Nah it's not cheating. I just have to design a "dreamPC" from scratch and give all the hardware specs as well as prices and why I chose them. We aren't actually building them, but I wish I was. It's going to be a really nice computer!

Considerably better than what I have listed in my sig.
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