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Hey guys,

Ive always wanted to build a WC loop and i finally got the time to start looking at some parts this weekend.

I have gone over my list many times but i'm afraid I might have missed something. If someone could double check it for me just to make sure all these parts will work together that would be awesome!!

Also, if anyone has suggestions for other products I should include please recommend away!


The Kit

Fittings

Tubing

Radiator

GPU Block

GPU Block Bridge

Fans

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im assuming ure putting the wc on the sig rig so you do know u need additional mounting hardware
    
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The list looks OK, but its easy to forget things...

I assume this is to WC the rig in your sig?

Take a look at your current build or motherboard manual and check which slots are recommended/used for the crossfire set-up - Ensure that the bridge is the correct one for the slot spacing they come in 2-slot and 3-slot spacings.

The GPU cooler you have will only cool the GPU itself you will need heatsinks or something for the VRM and memory on the graphics cards, and i guess you will need good case airflow for that to work too.
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Yes, this will be for my sig rig
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Take a look at your current build or motherboard manual and check which slots are recommended/used for the crossfire set-up - Ensure that the bridge is the correct one for the slot spacing they come in 2-slot and 3-slot spacings.

Here is a pic of my Mobo

The top PCIE slot and the slot second from the bottom are the ones recommended for Crossfire. There are 3 slots in between. So does that mean i need this guy?
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Yes, this will be for my sig rig
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Take a look at your current build or motherboard manual and check which slots are recommended/used for the crossfire set-up - Ensure that the bridge is the correct one for the slot spacing they come in 2-slot and 3-slot spacings.
Here is a pic of my Mobo
The top PCIE slot and the slot second from the bottom are the ones recommended for Crossfire. There are 3 slots in between. So does that mean i need this guy?

No, the 3 - slot adapter is for boards organized like this:

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Unfortunately with that setup you'd need to get a triple parallel bridge and use a blank link in the middle:

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I agree with Charliehorse - reading your mobo manual it seems like triple bridge plus the EK blanking connector is the correct option to meet their recommendation for crossfire slot choice.
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