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Just out of curiosity...where in your switch are you planning on installing your 120 rad???? Are u able to show your tubing config for your 3 rad setup...
I cant speak of where he will be installing his 120 but for me it soemthing like this is the idea
just kinda ruff idea i got a better version of this on my desktop but not at home so made this real fast but its completely possible to fit a 120 420 and 240

I actually want to go from cards to the 420 rad then to cpu and cpu to rez but we will see
Edited by Cyber Locc - 3/20/13 at 3:50pm
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Just out of curiosity...where in your switch are you planning on installing your 120 rad???? Are u able to show your tubing config for your 3 rad setup...

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Originally Posted by cyberlocc View Post

I cant speak of where he will be installing his 120 but for me it soemthing like this is the idea
just kinda ruff idea i got a better version of this on my desktop but not at home so made this real fast but its completely possible to fit a 120 420 and 240

I actually want to go from cards to the 420 rad then to cpu and cpu to rez but we will see


I will install mine on the rear as exhaust, should be fine as I do plan on placing the top 420mm radiador with the tubing facing to the front (Which I guess I'll need to cut that "cover" from the DVD bay to the lower drive bays.

Reason I won't place it on the front is because I still want my top HDD cage. thumb.gif

Any of you took that "cover" away? Was it easy?
    
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Question for you guys, in general WCing question..

For a beginner WC loop, all Id need is:
1 rad (360mm maybe?)
1 res
1 pump
CPU + GPU Block (2500K AND Nvidia 670)
and then fittings and tubing
Coolant
and thats it?
Or are 2 rads needed for a Cpu and GPU?
And how do you exactly put a fitting on a tubing? You screw the one part of the fitting onto the tubing and itll stay, or what?
Edited by General121 - 3/20/13 at 4:15pm
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Originally Posted by General121 View Post

Question for you guys, in general WCing question..

For a beginner WC loop, all Id need is:
1 rad (360mm maybe?)
1 res
1 pump
CPU + GPU Block (2500K AND Nvidia 670)
and then fittings and tubing
Coolant
and thats it?
Or are 2 rads needed for a Cpu and GPU?
And how do you exactly put a fitting on a tubing? You screw the one part of the fitting onto the tubing and itll stay, or what?

From many that have notified me here on OCN....a 360 is plenty of cpu/gpu.....if you plan on adding a gpu or even mobo block...than another rad will be needed.....I have told many times that the purpose of watercooling to keep those temps low and fans at a low noise level. Good Luck.
 
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I will install mine on the rear as exhaust, should be fine as I do plan on placing the top 420mm radiador with the tubing facing to the front (Which I guess I'll need to cut that "cover" from the DVD bay to the lower drive bays.

Reason I won't place it on the front is because I still want my top HDD cage. thumb.gif

Any of you took that "cover" away? Was it easy?




I cut the bay out. If you drill the 4 rivets out and remove the bay to cut with rotary tool then use 2.5mm bolts to reinstall the bay.
Edited by Buzzkill - 3/20/13 at 4:36pm
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I will install mine on the rear as exhaust, should be fine as I do plan on placing the top 420mm radiador with the tubing facing to the front (Which I guess I'll need to cut that "cover" from the DVD bay to the lower drive bays.

Reason I won't place it on the front is because I still want my top HDD cage. thumb.gif

Any of you took that "cover" away? Was it easy?

I have taken the "cover" away....Yes it not difficult and easy...I too am planning to put 120 rad in the rear as exhaust as well. The top rad I am planning on keeping the inlet/outlet at the back of the case. With the added 120 rad in the rear, now I am leaning more towards in getting XT45 360 rad and do push/pull. My plans is to have the outlet tube from the 360 rad come through the grommet for the CPU power and go through the side of the case w/ ther rest of my cable mgmt. and come out through one of the grommets next to the 24pin and connect to my 150mm bitspower res. In theory, it sound promising. But I just hope it works.
 
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Originally Posted by General121 View Post

Question for you guys, in general WCing question..

For a beginner WC loop, all Id need is:
1 rad (360mm maybe?)
1 res
1 pump
CPU + GPU Block (2500K AND Nvidia 670)
and then fittings and tubing
Coolant
and thats it?
Or are 2 rads needed for a Cpu and GPU?
And how do you exactly put a fitting on a tubing? You screw the one part of the fitting onto the tubing and itll stay, or what?

Yeah that looks good, a nice 360 rad should be plenty for one gpu and your cpu.

In terms of fittings, it depends on if you go with barbs or compression fittings. If it's barbs you just slip the tubing over the barbed end and thats it, although you might be wise to use some sort of clamp to make sure they dont leak. For compression fittings, you would pass the tubing through the compression ring first and then slip your tubing over the barbed end, you would then screw the compression ring onto the other part of the fitting and that's it.

EDIT:

This vid should help

Edited by CaptainChaos - 3/20/13 at 4:33pm
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If I want to remove the cover, can I do so without any kind of modding tools? Or do I need to cut it out?
    
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If I want to remove the cover, can I do so without any kind of modding tools? Or do I need to cut it out?
You are going to have to cut the bay for the top radiator compression or barbs for clearance with hoses to the front(Or maybe $50.00 or more of Bitspower rotary's like It Diva did). I have my 420 mounted to the back and I had to lower the back case fan for clearance. I did not have to cut the top bay but why put a 420 in and have the bay block air flow for 1/3 of the radiator
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Intel Core i7 3770K 4.8 Asus Maximus V Extreme EVGA GeForce Signature GTX 690 Quad SLI w/EVGA ... EVGA GeForce Signature GTX 690 Quad SLI w/EVGA ... 
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G.SKILL Trident X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 240-Pin... Samsung 840 EVO 750GB Western Digital WD40EZRX 4TB Asus BluRay BW-12B1ST 
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Dwood Switch 810 Pedstal 2x Alphacool UT60 480 ... 2x Alphacool 480 UT60 with 12x AP-45 Scythe Gen... 2x HEATKILLER® GPU-X³ GTX 690 "Hole Edition" Ni... XSPC Copper Raystorm, XSPC Bay Res 
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Alphacool UT60 NexXxos 420, Alphacool D5 Variable 16x AP-45 Scythe Gentle Typhoon 2150 RPM /Tota... 3xNZXT 3 speed 140mm  Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit Media Center 
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Overlord Tempest X270OC - Pixel Perfect Logitech G15 Corsair AX1200i NZXT Switch 810 Dwood Pedstal 
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