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post #21 of 38
If you have the room for it, why not? And if you want one single massive loop, consider the phobya 1080 rad. Plus there really is no need for a 480 rad for cpu only loop unless you're running an SR2.

Lev, I know about your love for Nvidia so...thanks for clarifying. tongue.gif
Edited by Mongol - 10/30/11 at 7:28am
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What about one 480 rad just for the cpu loop?

will it make absolutely no difference?
You don't need 480 for CPU only, 360 is more than enough.
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360 for your CPU. 480 for your Quad SLI. If you have enough space, add a 120 for your MB.
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I would get 6 loops going... 1 for each card, 1 for your CPU, and one for your motherboard block. For each loop, I would get a 480 rad with 8 fans in push pull, and tri 655 pumps to make sure there is enough pressure to go through. Then I would take the entire setup and put it in a giant refrigerator to make sure the ambient temps are low, then I would give this whole setup to leprechauns and have them set it on top of a giant rainbow so the entire world can see...... and then you can go back under the bridge with the rest of the trolls....
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I would get 6 loops going... 1 for each card, 1 for your CPU, and one for your motherboard block. For each loop, I would get a 480 rad with 8 fans in push pull, and tri 655 pumps to make sure there is enough pressure to go through. Then I would take the entire setup and put it in a giant refrigerator to make sure the ambient temps are low, then I would give this whole setup to leprechauns and have them set it on top of a giant rainbow so the entire world can see...... and then you can go back under the bridge with the rest of the trolls....

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If you are using a TH10, you can fit four 480 rads in your case no problem, I just added my fourth in mine. Two on the top, two on the bottom, so without any real floor space you will have to plan carefully where your pumps will be located (like a bay res/pump combo). Koolance makes some sweet dual bay reservoirs that you can add two pumps and LEDs into. I imagine two pumps is all you will need. Separate loops is probably a good idea, but with that much rad, I dont think it would matter (I didn't bother with separate loops). Good look with your planning, and don't forget to take pics for a build log, i am sure a lot of people will want to see the monster rig you are going to build. .
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If you are using a TH10, you can fit four 480 rads in your case no problem, I just added my fourth in mine. Two on the top, two on the bottom, so without any real floor space you will have to plan carefully where your pumps will be located (like a bay res/pump combo). Koolance makes some sweet dual bay reservoirs that you can add two pumps and LEDs into. I imagine two pumps is all you will need. Separate loops is probably a good idea, but with that much rad, I dont think it would matter (I didn't bother with separate loops). Good look with your planning, and don't forget to take pics for a build log, i am sure a lot of people will want to see the monster rig you are going to build. .
Thank you Cesar!
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If you have the room for it, why not? And if you want one single massive loop, consider the phobya 1080 rad. Plus there really is no need for a 480 rad for cpu only loop unless you're running an SR2.

Lev, I know about your love for Nvidia so...thanks for clarifying.
Thank you Mongoloid

I will look into that Rad. Ive never heard of it.
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I would get 6 loops going... 1 for each card, 1 for your CPU, and one for your motherboard block. For each loop, I would get a 480 rad with 8 fans in push pull, and tri 655 pumps to make sure there is enough pressure to go through. Then I would take the entire setup and put it in a giant refrigerator to make sure the ambient temps are low, then I would give this whole setup to leprechauns and have them set it on top of a giant rainbow so the entire world can see...... and then you can go back under the bridge with the rest of the trolls....
By the end of this year, i will be accepting your apologies
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@jblanc03
Many people repeatedly told you to use the "Edit" button so that you don't double and triple post your own thread.




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By the end of this year, i will be accepting your apologies
Whatever.......
Edited by Nexus6 - 10/31/11 at 1:55am
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