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Sorry for the slight hijack

in terms of the Black Ice Pro: By saying they work better with low CFM fans do you mean it will perform better with lower cfm fans or perform the same as with high CFM fans.

I have noisy 108cfm sunon fans running through a dual 120mm black ice pro and reading your comment has me wondering if its as efficient as it could be.
You will get better temps with high CFM fans. I'm saying if you had low CFM fans on both the BIP and BIX the BIP would suposedly beat the BIX.
    
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You will get better temps with high CFM fans. I'm saying if you had low CFM fans on both the BIP and BIX the BIP would suposedly beat the BIX.
gotcha, thanks
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Ok so I am about to order. Is this all I need? (If there is something really obvious that is missing from the list, I'm not omitting it, I just don't know that I need it, so please tell me )

CPU block: Swifty apogee
GPU blocks: 2x MAZE4 low profile
GPU ramsinks:??? Which ones should I get?
Pump: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=23&page=1
Rad: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=86&page=1
Res: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=27&page=1
Tubing (how many feet should I get to be safe?): http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1
Clamps: (How many do I need?): http://www.crazypc.com/products/9340.html
Coolant: Fluid XP
Thermal paste: AS5?
3x 120mm 110CFM fans.
North bridge waterblock: Which one? Do I really need one?
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post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by Frozenshinobi
Ok so I am about to order. Is this all I need? (If there is something really obvious that is missing from the list, I'm not omitting it, I just don't know that I need it, so please tell me )

CPU block: Swifty apogee
GPU blocks: 2x MAZE4 low profile
GPU ramsinks:??? Which ones should I get?
Pump: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=23&page=1
Rad: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=86&page=1
Res: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=27&page=1
Tubing (how many feet should I get to be safe?): http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1
Clamps: (How many do I need?): http://www.crazypc.com/products/9340.html
Coolant: Fluid XP
Thermal paste: AS5?
3x 120mm 110CFM fans.
North bridge waterblock: Which one? Do I really need one?
I wouldn't worry about a NB cooler they are not really needed..GPU ramsink's I don't know.....I would get 15' of tubing to be on the safe side..Clamps you will need 2 for each block 2 for rad 2 for pump and add a couple extras just in case...Your looking real good on your rig it should serve you well....I just ordered that same res. only color they had when I ordered was smoke I really wanted the clear...That is about all I can see, looks like you have it pretty well covered...The NB alot of people put on for looks or to get rid of a noisy fan but it really is not needed...I see that noise isn't a concern to you since your using 110cfm fan's so I would just not use one...Just take your time and dont rush when your putting it togather, have some fun with it...Measure everything twice and cut once..Good LuckEDIT:You might want to add a drain line in your loop..You would need one of the DD brass or black derelin fill ports and a 1/2" T..It will make it a lot easier to drain when time comes to change your water...
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post #25 of 32
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Thanks!
One last thing I am concerned about, should I get this tubing :

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1

or:

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1

(Price doesn't matter)
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post #26 of 32
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Originally Posted by Frozenshinobi
Thanks!
One last thing I am concerned about, should I get this tubing :

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1

or:

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=33&page=1

(Price doesn't matter)
I would go with your second choice the 7/16 x 5/8 Masterkleer..I odered some a few days ago haven't received it yet but a lot of people here have suggested it to me and others...It is supposed to be of good quality and easier to route and work with..You have to heat the tips in hot water and stretch it over the 1/2" fittings, so it will be attached really well.The slightly smaller size is not supposed to hurt the flow in any measureable way..
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post #27 of 32
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Right now most of my case fans are 70 CFM, if I buy 3 110 CFM fans for the rad do I have to get them for the rest of my case too? How much of a difference in temps will I see between 110CFM and 70CFM fans? And what are the best high CFM fans to buy?
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post #28 of 32
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Right now most of my case fans are 70 CFM, if I buy 3 110 CFM fans for the rad do I have to get them for the rest of my case too? How much of a difference in temps will I see between 110CFM and 70CFM fans? And what are the best high CFM fans to buy?
You wouldn't have to change your case fans. I use Sunnon 108cfm fans on my radiator. They are fairly loud.You can get 84cfm Sunnons also which will work just about as well.Panaflo fans are another good fan. Here is a link to where I buy my fans....http://www.svc.com/120x38mmfans.html
120 x 38 mm Fans
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post #29 of 32
If you don't care about the cost of the tubing by all means go for the Tygon. It is the better of the two. Tygon is more flexable, but it will stain and the masterkleer won't.

No to NB block. Panaflo fans are my favorite fans. Figure out if you can get away with the normal Maze4 GPU blocks. They will give you better flow. I had the Swiftech RAMsinks and they worked fine...If you get the LP blocks I don't think you will be able to get two of your RAMsinks on because the tubing blocks it. You have to cut those two sinks down with the normal blocks.

Other than that I think you're good.
    
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post #30 of 32
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I have heard the masterkleer was easier to work with in cases than tygon? And I guess I can live without having low profile but are you sure I have to?
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