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post #11 of 26
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It looks like this guy is running dual 240s so it wouldn't impossible, but it certainly would add a lot more clutter.
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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.

Its actually
a 240 and a 200.
He used a: http://www.thekoolroom.com/product/phobya-xtreme-200-radiator-g-silent-18-bundle/
Just without the fan.
same as mine.
Edited by MountainDewMadOScar - 2/29/12 at 4:42pm
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Yeah, that looks good, thank you all for the suggestions, I want to order this ASAP but need to know 100% exactly what I need to order, it's my first WC project but I am very excited.
post #13 of 26
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yes it is.
Its actually a good case for W/cing.
Mine before the mobo died:
450

What were your temperatures?
post #14 of 26
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What were your temperatures?

Sli GTX 480s - 200MM RAD
50 - 55

2500k@5ghz - 240MM
50ish

Kinda high.
But I live in out back Australia.
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post #15 of 26
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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!

Hey bud, not satisfied with the 4.4GHz lol? I have a Cooler Master HAF X and everything is a bit tight but fits beautifuly. The Corsair 800D is a favorite here among water coolers. To WC your motherboard, you need a block that was designed for it, you need 7970s blocks and for the CPU block I really like my EK HF-CPU.

I would stay with 3/4" fittings if I were you, it's the most common diameter and you won't have to worry about adapters etc.

My setup:
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I want to do 4.7ghz, and get my 7970's to 1300mhz, this is why I want to watercool. I also do not want my PC to sound like a jet anymore.
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You'll also need fan controllers because you're going to be adding fans because of the radiator wink.gif
    
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I want to do 4.7ghz, and get my 7970's to 1300mhz, this is why I want to watercool. I also do not want my PC to sound like a jet anymore.

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Radiators not included because you still haven't mentioned your preference. Feel free to switch out the barbs for compressions but it'll cost significantly more. Most of the stuff are interchangeable so just use that as a baseline of what you should order.
post #19 of 26
take a look the nzxt switch 810 its a great watercooler for the price without modding.
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I have the fan controller guys, and thank you Agenesis. What is the difference between barbs and compressors?
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