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Building a Cosmos II with, x79, board, With everything watercooled, chipset, mofset, ram etc

post #1 of 9
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Hi Everyone and Sir's

I have built a few performance pc's in my life and have gone to extreme overclocking, but mostly mild.

I am building a x79 chipset system inside a Cosmos II case, with everything watercooled. I need to built in like 5 pumps with radiators.

I am from south africa and we only grew up with mm and meters and so on and not with inches or anything like that.
at this stage i am ordering from a company in the US, but they dont take non-US credit cards, .

www.performance-pcs.com

First problem. Is there a UK site where i can order this stuff more easily.

Secondly< is there someone out there that will assist me with the piping and fittings sizes for this.

Regards

Gerhard Adendorff
post #2 of 9
Thread Starter 
This is what i have on my order list so far


*** HOT *** EK-FB KIT GA X79 (UD7) - Acetal
- Fitting Size 1/2" Barb for 1/2" ID tube

*** NEW *** XSPC EX480 Copper Quad-Fan Radiator
- Fitting Size No Fittings

*** NEW *** XSPC Memory WaterBlock (4 Slot) - Copper Block

*** NEW *** XSPC EX240 Copper Dual-Fan Radiator
- Fitting Size No Fittings

*** HOT *** XSPC Acrylic Dual 5.25” Split Bay Reservoir
- Nozzles No Nozzles

Danger Den/Laing DDC 3.25 -12V 18 Watt Version
- Pump Adapters No Pump Adapters

XPC Premium Acrylic Reservoir for Laing DDC
- Fitting Size No Fittings

EK EKoolant Premium Liquid Cooling Premix Coolant - 1000ml - Blood Red

Delta QFR1212GHE-PWM 120mm Ultra Speed Fan (220 CFM, 64 dBA) - Sleeved
- Sleeve Color Black
- Heatshrink Color Black

3-Pin Fan Extension Cable 12" Custom Colors - Sleeved
- Sleeve Color Black
- Heatshrink Color Black

Lazer LED Light Kit - Red
- Sleeve Color Black
- Heatshrink Color Black

Bitspower Heat-Shrinkable Tube - 4MM - Red

HeatShrinkz™ 3mm (1/8") - UV Reactive Red Heatshrink


Bitspower UV Reactive O-rings for Fittings - UV Red

*** HOT *** Arctic Cooling MX-4 Ultra Premium Thermal Compound with High Thermal Conductivity - 4g

*** NEW *** EK-CoolStream RAD XTX (120)
- Nozzles No Nozzles
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Allready bought

MSI Big Bang x79 XPower II, Coolermaster Cosmos II, 16 GIG of good RAM, 2x 240 GIG SSD's, 2 x Msi 680 GTX, got a whole lot of other stuff from previous z68 pc's and so on, Coolermaster gold Pro 1200 watt.
post #4 of 9
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what is the quitest 120mm fans with, biggest airflow for these radiators,
Obviously also the best quality
post #5 of 9
Why do you need us you replied to everything yourself laughingsmiley.gif
Hope it works out for you, good luck.

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what is the quitest 120mm fans with, biggest airflow for these radiators,

I'm not sure but i'm guessing Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm or something in that way.
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post #6 of 9
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No read properly please, I have put up a list of parts i have in my wishlist.

There is no fittings or piping yet, cause I dont understand the sizes. please help here someone. Then is there a UK site that can supply all these parts.
post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by KING Floris View Post

what is the quitest 120mm fans with, biggest airflow for these radiators,
Obviously also the best quality

Gentle Typhoon AP-15s get my vote. Built like bricks, amazing performance while maintaining low noise.
 
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post #8 of 9
I don't think a quad rad fits inside y the case
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post #9 of 9
you will have to mod the case to fit a quad rad in it. its made to take a 360 up top and a 240 in the bottom. the top one has to be thin though as there isnt much room and you wont be able to do a push pull, only a pull because the space between the rad and top of the mobo.

as for a website to supply what you need, id give these guys a try. i haven't ordered anything from them my self because im in the US but they look ok

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/

maybe take a look at getting one of these

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Black-Ice-GT-Stealth-360-Radiator_154.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Koolance-Radiator-3x120mm-30-FPI-Copper_18443.html

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