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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14...l=g30c321s1310

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c99s809

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/70...tl=g30c103s753

http://www.petrastechshop.com/peptpcobi1.html

Can anyone please check my above list for my CPU only cooling setup? I just want to make sure I have everything I need. I will eventually be getting another RAD (360) when I decide to go CPU+GPU.

The setup comes with a kill-coil so I don't need to buy it separately.
post #2 of 13
You only need the first two items.

Just grab some distilled water from your local grocery store (~$1), throw the silver coil in the reservoir, and skip the Feser water and PT_Nuke.

Also, do you have thermal compound already? I'd add some Arctic Cooling MX-4 to your order if not, unless you want to use the kit stuff.
Edited by t-ramp - 10/19/11 at 10:20am
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You only need the first two items.

Just grab some distilled water from your local grocery store (~$1), throw the silver coil in the reservoir, and skip the Feser water and PT_Nuke.
Ohhhh really! Sweet.
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That will do it..if you want to save more money though, just buy distilled water...with the killcoil you don't need the pt-nuke
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That will do it..if you want to save more money though, just buy distilled water...with the killcoil you don't need the pt-nuke
This.

You might also want to look into buying different tubing. Clear or colored if you are into that.
    
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This.

You might also want to look into buying different tubing. Clear or colored if you are into that.
I've seen people with the solid white tubing in my case (650D) and I think it looks cool as hell. I was initially going to go with some acid green or blue tubing, but decided I like that look better.

I know not to use any colored water. I don't feel like dealing with the possible problems should they occur.
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I've seen people with the solid white tubing in my case (650D) and I think it looks cool as hell. I was initially going to go with some acid green or blue tubing, but decided I like that look better.

I know not to use any colored water. I don't feel like dealing with the possible problems should they occur.
I think he may have just overlooked your second link. White tubing is fine. However, I decided to buy some green tubing for my PC today, even though it will match nothing.
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Haha. Yeah I was really liking the Acid Green tubing. It could work because everything in my system is black right now. Motherboard, GPU, Case,... well the memory is red but the Noctua covers it right now. Once the Noctua is off I'm thinking the red may clash with the acid green.
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I forgot to ask what fans to get to replace the 2 that come with the RAD. I am getting Scythe Gentle Typhoons but don't know which model to get. 1150, 1450, etc. Any suggestions?
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1850..the AP-15 is great for performance/noise ratio...only something like 27-28 dB at full speed.
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