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Watercool my 7970's/980x/chipset

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Hello guys,

I am looking to watercool my 980x, 7970's, and my chipset as well. I am looking for knowledgable people in this subject to help me out. I am looking to get the best temps for my system. I currently have a Corsair Graphite and I am pretty sure it won't fit properly so my question is:

What would I need to water cool my cpu, video cards, and chipset?
What new case would I need that will give me the best space for what I am trying to do?
What am I going to need to water cool these? I have looked all over the site but I want something personalized for myself.

Any help will be highly appreciated and repped!
post #2 of 26
How much are you looking to spend? $50? $500? $5000?
post #3 of 26
Case:

Tj07/Tj11
Fittings - Monsoon or Bitspower if you like more classic
Cpu - EK Supreme HF/ Gaystorm
Chipset- EK
Gpu - EK/Koolance
Pump - D5
Tubing - Primochill
Rad - HW Labs SR1 560 or 480
Res - Bitspower tube res
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post #5 of 26
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Looking to spend around 600$. I'll spend more if needed.
post #6 of 26
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Looking to spend around 600$. I'll spend more if needed.

$200 case
$130 7970 block x2
$90 pump
$80 cpu block
$160 mb block

With a case or without a case? cpu/mb/7970s will be running you around $500 , and that is without pumps, fittings, and radiators.
post #7 of 26
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Without the case, would it be possible to use my current case? Corsair 600t?
post #8 of 26
There is a chipset block in the marketplace for $105. 3/4" od is probably too wide for chipset and cpu underwater, so go smaller.
post #9 of 26
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Without the case, would it be possible to use my current case? Corsair 600t?

yes it is.
Its actually a good case for W/cing.
Mine before the mobo died:
450
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post #10 of 26
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Without the case, would it be possible to use my current case? Corsair 600t?

It looks like this guy is running dual 240s so it wouldn't impossible, but it certainly would add a lot more clutter.

KWhite-3.jpg

If you don't mind external radiators, then I'd get one of these and put an end to all radiator issues in the near future: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=29060

In the end it'll still be more economical than investing in a new case + new radiators.
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