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Hey, i am gathering the parts to put my computer under water but, i have come to you guys for a quick question or two.

Components going under:
i5 2500k w/ an OC @4.0-4.5
maximus iv extreme-z
2x evga gtx 570 HD (possibly one more down the road) also a mild OC

would two 240's and a 120 rad do the job?
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what rad and fan speeds r u using?
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post #3 of 8
I would say so but putting your MIVEZ under water is pretty pointless unless your having an overheating issue then I would call asus and get a RMA. But your 570s and 2500k would benefit from liquid cooling but don't actually submerge them in water. If you are compelled to submerge them at least use pure distilled, as it is non conductive.
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post #4 of 8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Phoenix777 View Post

what rad and fan speeds r u using?

non yet. i was just making sure before i decide on what i want. but i have 3 yate slows that i can use.
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Originally Posted by DSP1 View Post

I would say so but putting your MIVEZ under water is pretty pointless unless your having an overheating issue then I would call asus and get a RMA. But your 570s and 2500k would benefit from liquid cooling but don't actually submerge them in water. If you are compelled to submerge them at least use pure distilled, as it is non conductive.

yeah i know it is pretty pointless but it would look nice biggrin.gif

so it is enough rad to effectively cool the 2500k and possibly 3 570's?
Edited by brownieapple - 1/25/12 at 3:25pm
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post #5 of 8
I never get the point of watercooling the mobo, as long as you have good air flow inside the case it should be fine, save some money =\

I think one 360 should be fine in your case with a decent fan, but I assume you are using a 240 and a 120 because yoru case doesn't fit a 360.
Unless you are easily annoyed by fans then I would get some med-fast fans with appropriate rads made for high airflow fans.
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post #6 of 8
I should just paste a copy of this into word: Assuming you have decent fans (non low flow ultra quite types) then the general rule to go by is a 240 rad for the CPU plus a 120 per GPU block being added to loop. Going by that rule you would need 240 + 120 + 120 + 120 = 600 of rad space. The amount of rads you listed equal 240 + 240 + 120 = 600 so you are good with what you have for the level of OC you are looking to run at.
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post #7 of 8
woah, nvm I misread your post, two 240 and one 120?
oof.

I'm using one 360 on an OC i7-920 @3.8 and two EVGA GTX285
temps r decent, not great, enough to get by. my case wont fit more anyway XD
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1202982/my-name-is-border201-and-i-think-i-might-have-a-wc-addiction#post_16287650

Phoenix that's a link to an idea I'm thinking about when I upgrade to the 700 series cards Might work well for you as well if you have your tower sitting on the floor and not on a desk.
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