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    Thermaltake Bigwater 760 plus
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post #21 of 62
also with any sort of cooling you HAVE to take into account ure ambient air temperatures, my room is often around 32ish degrees so thats the lowest possible temperature possible... (on air or liquid), the biggest difference in getting a better cooler is just the change in temperature (delta) which will be less with water cooling.
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post #22 of 62
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Nah i cant fit that radiator. i can only fit a 1x120mm radiator. Now i am having second thoughts about buying this case. mad.gif

What case is it? from the picture u might be able to remove the bottom 2 HDD trays, and perhaps that might fit a 240 rad down there? (will need probably 280ish mm space), just do some research and check it all out as theres no point having to upgrade 5 different things just to fit a new cooling system..
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post #23 of 62
Thread Starter 
yeah my room is around 19-25 degrees
post #24 of 62
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its a nzxt guardian 921 rb and yes i can remove the cage but where will i put the hdd
post #25 of 62
there is also a rasa120.
    
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post #26 of 62
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cool ill check it out. And by the way guys thanks for your help! biggrin.gif:D
post #27 of 62
120 might be too small, I dont know anyone who has done that, but I guess u can get the EX120 kit ($135), and buy another EX120 radiator ($40)... probs best if u want water to go for a 240, just do some measurments on ure case, do a bit of research to see if any1 else has modded that case.
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post #28 of 62
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MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD! The corsair h80 got temps of 58degrees on the i7 2600k at 5.2ghz @1.5v. and at the same speeds the kuhler h20 920 gets 59 degrees. That has it ill get the corsair h80 or the antec kuhler h20 920 if the h80 isnt available. thanks for your help guys!! Dont worry ill still do the tests. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
post #29 of 62
sweet, yea the h80 is pretty good from what i've heard for what it is, does it say what the ambient temperatures were for the tests tho?and the h80 owns the khuler if its 7 degrees difference..(if it was tested by the same person)
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post #30 of 62
Will just 1x120mm be enough to cool it at 5Ghz? I'v had issues trying to cool both my CPU and GPU with only a 2x120mm rad, and keep in mind that most bench's are done at less than average temperatures, like in their garage during winter; so you can't quite compare.

The corsair is nice choice, I haven't heard many bad reviews about it compared to the Bigwater, I would go with the 2x120mm rad if you can find a place to fit it, just to be safe.
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