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I'm about to order all the parts for a new build, and I was just wondering if anyone could give me a rough estimate on how much tubing I should order. I'm going to be running 2 rads, 2 gpus and 1 cpu.

I've got 10 feet in the shopping cart, should this be enough?

and also, should one 320 rad and one 220 rad be able to handle the load?

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmcqupo3xbl.html

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmcqupo2x.html
post #2 of 6
If you are new to water cooling 15 ft would be better for mistakes. If u have some old tubing laying around from a previous build use it for pattern then cut new pieces then mabey 10 ft will be enough.
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The two rads u mention should be enough thats what im using in my system, very pleased with temps.
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post #4 of 6
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alright thanks, I'll get 15 then to be sure I wont end up short.
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alright, got everything up and running, still undergoing leak testing. So far so good. I've got more fittings in the mail, once those are installed it should be cleaned up a lot, and ill be able to actually put the side of the case on... I'll also be getting some fans for the rads.

I think I may need to order some tygon tubing though, this PVC tubing doesn't really bend well at all. That hose clamp is there to kind of open up a kink in between the video cards.

Right now it runs cool for a while, depends if I'm gaming or not, but it warms up and goes from about 30*c full load to 50*c. Overall though I'm very happy with the temperature improvements, I think once I have the fans installed there will be a huge improvement, and it will be much more stable.

I'm also think I might just cut out the hdd bays and move the 240 up to the front to take advantage of the 230mm fan as an intake.

edit: parts used
swiftech mcr320-qp
swiftech mcr240-qp
cpu: xspc raystorm
gpu: 2x ek hf supreme acrylic
pump: Swiftech MCP655
res: ek dual bay spin

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Edited by ofp 0651 - 3/21/12 at 10:32pm
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I'm looking some fittings for the GPUs, has anyone had any experience linking two ek-hf gpu blocks together? I should have gotten the bridge edition... axesmiley.png

I found this connector, but the quality doesn't look very good:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13670/ex-tub-965/Phobya_180_Variable_SLI_Connector_-_Silver_Nickel_64187.html?tl=g30c101s873#blank

I'm using pvc tubing right now, how flexible is tygon tubing and would it handle the 180* bend without kinking? thanks
Edited by ofp 0651 - 3/28/12 at 9:35pm
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