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Back to the point. Regardless of the cause, Ivy Bridge is having problems. My best advice is just get the SB chip you want (2500k or 2600k) and enjoy AMD pimp slapping speed (and I own a bulldozer mind you).

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post #112 of 130
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So,
You guys say too buy the sandybridge if i buy an H80-100

Or an IvyBridge if i go for liquid cooling?


Does anyone also have a setup for liquid cooling?
I would do CPU and GPU, if necasarry also motherboard-ram but i dont think thats needed.

me GPU would be a GTX 680 or 7970
post #113 of 130
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Originally Posted by DrLuigi View Post

So,
You guys say too buy the sandybridge if i buy an H80-100
Or an IvyBridge if i go for liquid cooling?
Does anyone also have a setup for liquid cooling?
I would do CPU and GPU, if necasarry also motherboard-ram but i dont think thats needed.
me GPU would be a GTX 680 or 7970

The easiest way to go about true water cooling is to look into a full kit like the XSPC Rasa RX360 kit, for example. That will cover your CPU + GPU, you'll still need a GPU block of course.
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post #114 of 130
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Is that pump powerfull enough?

I always heard Swiftech was a great brand for water cooling.
post #115 of 130
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Originally Posted by DrLuigi View Post

So,
You guys say too buy the sandybridge if i buy an H80-100
Or an IvyBridge if i go for liquid cooling?
Does anyone also have a setup for liquid cooling?
I would do CPU and GPU, if necasarry also motherboard-ram but i dont think thats needed.
me GPU would be a GTX 680 or 7970

Actually I'm saying go with the sandy bridge either way since you'll get higher overclocks wether on a closed loop water cooling system like the H80/100 or if you use a custom built water cooling. But we'll know more as people start posting their results from their IB builds (looks like the chip is already being sold on ebay in china and some chinese websites (don't know if they are engineering samples or someone got their hands on production chips). We should be seeing info on it soon I would imagine.
post #116 of 130
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Also is there a Temprature readers for on the front ?

They look cool biggrin.gif

Also would i use a Normal fitting for the water cooling or compression fittings?
I heard compression fittings do a great job.

Would i make a seperate Topic for the Water cooling part in the Watercool sub forum?
Since this is going completely off the sub forum.

Nothing too with AMD anymore and water cooling.
Edited by DrLuigi - 4/21/12 at 10:38am
post #117 of 130
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Also is there a Temprature readers for on the front ?
They look cool biggrin.gif
Also would i use a Normal fitting for the water cooling or compression fittings?
I heard compression fittings do a great job.
Would i make a seperate Topic for the Water cooling part in the Watercool sub forum?
Since this is going completely off the sub forum.
Nothing too with AMD anymore and water cooling.

There is not temperature reader on the front if you are talking about the XSPC kit. It comes with everything you will need to complete the loop except for the GPU block. If you prefer to buy your own fittings/other parts it will run you a whole lot more that's why I suggested the kit and yes, the pump is plenty strong for just a CPU/GPU. Compression fittings are more for looks than anything IMO, regular standard fittings work just fine in my experience.
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post #118 of 130
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No i mean something seperate with a LCD screen for on the front of your case too read your tempratures on/and fan speeds
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No i mean something seperate with a LCD screen for on the front of your case too read your tempratures on/and fan speeds

That is a totally separate item and not water cooling related whatsoever, but yes you could go out and buy one of those I'm sure.
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post #120 of 130
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Ye i know that, But i just ask if you know an good brand/item tongue.gif


Btw i heard on some Vids that the RAD isnt that great in this KIT.
After that they say its pretty good.

And i do like the reservior, Since its at the front and you can see how far it is. rly nice biggrin.gif
Edited by DrLuigi - 4/21/12 at 1:57pm
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