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Well here is the link to the block http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=517
So i dunno if thier site is down or what
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Only thing i would change is the enzotech barbs unless there chrome colored.

Point in case i owned 3 enzotech 45 degree black fittings i pulled my loop apart after only running them for 2 months the coloring is gone and there was a rusty color inside the fittings.

I replaced the chrome ones i currently had with the black ones, Chrome ones after 4 months were still shiny and new looking. I am currently using the chrome ones again painted the outside black with a permanent marker. Threw away the black ones leson learned money lost.

And the only other thing i would change is the rad for this one
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_200&products_id=4537 <---$58.95
It outperforms the xspc one and the xflow makes the tubing look alooot cleaner running it. Oh and its less restrictive. I own it and can vouch for it.
Edited by solar0987 - 2/20/12 at 8:16pm
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Only thing i would change is the enzotech barbs unless there chrome colored.
Point in case i owned 3 enzotech 45 degree black fittings i pulled my loop apart after only running them for 2 months the coloring is gone and there was a rusty color inside the fittings.I replaced the exact same ones that were chrome colored and when i replaced them after 4 months they were still looking new. I went back to the chrome colored ones and threw away the black ones lesson learned money lost.

Ok will do thanks man
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Only thing i would change is the enzotech barbs unless there chrome colored.
Point in case i owned 3 enzotech 45 degree black fittings i pulled my loop apart after only running them for 2 months the coloring is gone and there was a rusty color inside the fittings.
I replaced the chrome ones i currently had with the black ones, Chrome ones after 4 months were still shiny and new looking. I am currently using the chrome ones again painted the outside black with a permanent marker. Threw away the black ones leson learned money lost.
And the only other thing i would change is the rad for this one
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_200&products_id=4537 <---$58.95
It outperforms the xspc one and the xflow makes the tubing look alooot cleaner running it. Oh and its less restrictive. I own it and can vouch for it.



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Loop looks good, are you planning on doing push or pull with those fans on your rad? If you can do both that will also decrease temps (subjective based on ambient temps) some of the parts you listed are being shipped to me and hopefully here tomorrow!! The XSPC Raystorm/EX360!

Only fittings I've had experience with are Bitspower, they are more expensive then other brands but they look real nice and are very well put together.

450
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Loop looks good, are you planning on doing push or pull with those fans on your rad? If you can do both that will also decrease temps (subjective based on ambient temps) some of the parts you listed are being shipped to me and hopefully here tomorrow!! The XSPC Raystorm/EX360!
Only fittings I've had experience with are Bitspower, they are more expensive then other brands but they look real nice and are very well put together.
450

ya i wanna do a push pull and ill look into bitspower i heard those are really good thank you
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