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Ok thanks for the advice, I'm planning on going all out on the LC that fits this case, so any suggestions are welcome, there is no budget.

This is what I have so far as well as questions:

So for top I was looking at this: http://www.xs-pc.com/products/radiators/ex-series-radiators/ex360-triple-fan-radiator/ Any other choices

Which fans to use? Currently using CM 120mm excaliburs in the case.

The mcp655 pump you recommended seems good enough but open to other options.

Can I ask why a 120mm on the exhaust and which is the best?

For bottom rad(s) 60mm or 80mm and which one, assuming the 780s or geforce titan if real, can get as hot as oced 580s, will one 240 80mm rad be enough or go for 2 60mms with some modding in the case?

Also need help for the reservoir(s) I like this design:


So would like suggestions on something similar and what size.

Cpu block: Need help

Gpu blocks: To be added when gpu's release, will keep the 580s for now.

Fittings, tubing, shrouds and rest of parts: need help, would like clear tubes if using a dye is an option to change colors on refills.

So in short 360mm rad for CPU(overkill) 120mm rad(unkown) 240 60-80mm rad(s) on bot for gpus, single loop, separate loops?

Thanks!

P.S. I'm interested in doing the delid on the 3770k, saw your guide and club, good stuff! Hoping to see good temps on this setup with that fix.

You want a fully blown out WC loop? then I'll tell you mine then lol 1 slim 360mm rad up top in push pull (measure WITH you mobo installed in the case from the heat spreaders above your socket on the vrm's for spacing) then have a dual 80mm thick 120mm rad setup in the exhaust as a push pull/push pull. so basically have 3 fans and two rads one in the case and one outside of the case of the super thick 120mm's. then for the bottom still go with a 80mm thick 240mm rad. also! if you feel lie modding and want you can take the HDD drive bays out and smash a 200mm rad in the front intake for that front fan as well. So in total you'll have 5 rads in the case and a lot of tubing but one heck of a great cooler temp wise. thumb.gif

with your questions a super thick 240 is this one here:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16236/ex-rad-410/Alphacool_NexXxoS_Monsta_Dual_120mm_Radiator_-_80mm_Thick.html?tl=g30c95s667

super thick 120's are here:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16235/ex-rad-409/Alphacool_NexXxoS_Monsta_Single_120mm_Radiator_-_80mm_Thick.html?tl=g30c95s667

200mm as well:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12103/ex-rad-186/Phobya_Xtreme_200mm_Radiator_Silverstone_Cooler_Master_Yate_Loon.html?tl=g30c95s667

then with fans get nice quiet ones, so not the excalibers they aren't worth it. get either sickleflows from cooler master (yes the ones that only come in green red or blue) or Cougars from cougar.

Linky for both of them on the egg as well:

Cougars:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553005

Sickleflows:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103090

either are amazing I love the cougars but I wanted some light in my case with the sickleflows I have both and love them.

with hoses and tubing and such. use distilled water in your loop best heat transfer out there. because water is amazing at what it does already. Also just get colored tubing makes it much easier, just find a nice cooler and ask in the WC area on the brands (some leach and I can't remember which ones sorry)

for CPU block I really want to get this one:
http://www.dtwaterblocks.com/dt-sniper-black/

but take a look around Frozencpu.com and post me what you like and we can compare. thumb.gif
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I will add mine for your consideration:

1 x Alphacool NexXxos XT 45mm x 360mm pull/Excalibur fans (roof)
2 x Alphacool NexXxos XT 45mm x 240mm Push/pull Excalibur fans (lower section)
1 x Alphacool NexXxos XT 45mm x 120mm push/pull (rear exhaust) Cougar fans
2 x D5 pumps
4 x Heatkiller X-3 7970 blocks/ A380 CPU Block
1 x DD 'RAD' resevoir

I started with the cougar fans (2.2 mmH2O) and then swithced to the Excalibur (3.53mm H2O) i highly recommend them. the static pressure is tremendous.

Hope that is of some use. smile.gif
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Hm, sandwich of 120 rads sound interesting.. I also want to put my whole cosmos under water since my h100 is just a huge disappointment, but one question, have any of you guys managed to run tubes in the back of the mobo tray, if so, which size?

Got really inspired by swiftech's own modded h220 with gpu's in the loop, here's one pic:
https://www.google.no/search?q=h220&oe=UTF-8&hl=no&client=safari&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=k7YJUeLxG4fV4QSU-4DAAg&biw=768&bih=928&sei=l7YJUfyWCuKE4gTq_IGYCg#biv=i|30;d|4s5YxB1-esLctM:

Sorry bout that but my iPad didn't want me to post the pic tongue.gif

I just love the way of just having one tube run from rad, CPU, gpu's and then just "disappear" down to psu department smile.gif I know it will be an hassle with the res for the pump an such but I saw Tom Logan or some reviewer mounting same style res as earlyer posted in the top of the case, which do make an interesting visual effect

On a side note: when the summer hits this freezing country I will cut a window on my cosmos, just to rebel cooler master, even post how much it did cost me, witch most likely should be around 50 US$ and the time spent with rotary tool and heat gun tongue.gif
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Hm, sandwich of 120 rads sound interesting.. I also want to put my whole cosmos under water since my h100 is just a huge disappointment, but one question, have any of you guys managed to run tubes in the back of the mobo tray, if so, which size?

Got really inspired by swiftech's own modded h220 with gpu's in the loop, here's one pic:
https://www.google.no/search?q=h220&oe=UTF-8&hl=no&client=safari&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=k7YJUeLxG4fV4QSU-4DAAg&biw=768&bih=928&sei=l7YJUfyWCuKE4gTq_IGYCg#biv=i|30;d|4s5YxB1-esLctM:

Sorry bout that but my iPad didn't want me to post the pic tongue.gif

I just love the way of just having one tube run from rad, CPU, gpu's and then just "disappear" down to psu department smile.gif I know it will be an hassle with the res for the pump an such but I saw Tom Logan or some reviewer mounting same style res as earlyer posted in the top of the case, which do make an interesting visual effect

On a side note: when the summer hits this freezing country I will cut a window on my cosmos, just to rebel cooler master, even post how much it did cost me, witch most likely should be around 50 US$ and the time spent with rotary tool and heat gun tongue.gif

You can hide them yes. If you put a longer res in and mount it standing you can have the incoming liquid come from the back to the top and then straight out into the pump right out to the back and go to the 80mm thick 240mm rad in the bottom then shoot along the back along your 24 pin power line and have it pop out by the 8 pin power plug for the cpu and then have a 90 degree fitting to the 360mm top rad and then from that to the cpu and back to the dual 120mm setup which will mean tubes going out of your case = bad arse in my mind. Then have them go to the gpus and have it go to one side on the top and come out the opposite side on the bottom and dissapear through the bottom by the psu area. Then make it go up along the back to reach the top of your res..... if you need a bit of a clearer explanation let me know! tongue.gif
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I think you misunderstood me.. I can explain my plans of th wc setup; I'll top mount a little res right beneath the fan controller, reset and power if possible, then res>apogee drive 2 CPU block+pump combo with tubes mounted same way as swiftechs machine (the link)> gpu blocks> down to 240x80 rad in bottom>pump>tubes running in the back of the mobo tray>120x80 with hard tube to another 120 rad outside the case> 360 rad up top> res
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And ey, with such a case we have the brag right of outside rad mounts smile.gif want to see jaws dropping on LAN's
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And ey, with such a case we have the brag right of outside rad mounts smile.gif want to see jaws dropping on LAN's
May I ask how you plan on getting the case to a lan. Its so big, and so bloody heavy. It was a pain when i moved mine from one end of the house where i opened it and installed everything to my bedroom where it sits now.
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May I ask how you plan on getting the case to a lan. Its so big, and so bloody heavy. It was a pain when i moved mine from one end of the house where i opened it and installed everything to my bedroom where it sits now.

I have no problems moving my case as it stands ATM thumb.gif if I do get wc parts, I'll just have a friend come over helping me lift it up the stairs and into a car..

Haha, only thing I seem to do when studying computer science is homework and hitting the gym tongue.gif
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