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Alright thanks ! I'm gonna get that and then get a 120 mm rad for my gpu
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You will be just fine. Look at all the people successfully cooling GTX480's with Antec 620 all-in-ones. Also, I think that because you will have a better pump and waterblock than the all-in-ones, you will get better results. Welcome to watercooling! thumb.gif
Read up on the setup procedure basics - how to turn on the spu without turning on the mobo so you can leak test, bleed, clamp you tubes down one way or another, etc, etc.
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Originally Posted by Corralz View Post

Alright thanks ! I'm gonna get that and then get a 120 mm rad for my gpu
Dude, Your decision is right! I really tempt to get 200mm rad for HAF X, but not sure it will fit on front. You are lucky that your rig's front has plently room for 200mm RAD.. I am jealous! HA !

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200mm RAD..

anyway I hope you get those and build the WC rig asap. I cant wait looking foward your next project WC rig. Good LUCk. wink.gif
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Also, I think that because you will have a better pump and waterblock than the all-in-ones, you will get better results.
FAN'O Yes thats exact accurate!
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post #24 of 24
OP, take a look here before deciding on parts... forewarned in forearmed, as they say.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1199158/plasticizer-problems-discussion-gallery
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umm yea while the 120 will "suffice". But IMO you should start out a custom loop with a 240 there isn't a point in starting a loop with a 120 as you might as well get a CLC, (which btw are popular because people think they are full blown water, but in actuality if you did research you would find that they are mediocre cooling units at best.).

Shakes head... why would you say that? Its a valid choice, albetit not favoured by you, clearly.
Edited by Sethy666 - 4/17/12 at 10:01pm
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