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So now as off late I have been itching to take the plunge on my gaming rig. I just can't stand the noise of the p/p H100 and the SLI GTX 680's

I want to go ALL OUt if I do decide to go this route and have no problems fabricating to make it happen.

I'll start with some important details of my rig that will most likey have to be taken into consideraiton.

Asus Sabertooth X79
SLI Asus GTX 680
Thermatake Overseer RX-1
Seasonic X760

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So far I have chosen to go with ALL Koolance blocks. CPU / MB / Dual GPU.

As for rads I was thiinking of using 3. I was going to use that Koolance Rad mount to hang a XSPC RX360 off the back of my tower. On the inside I was going to mount a XTC 140 on the bottom of my case and then a XSPC EX240 to the top where my H100 is now. My hopes for this was to have a dual loop system. One loop for GPU's, and one for the CPU/ MB. My question with this is should I use the RX360 for the CPU/MB and then use the remaining 2 for the GPU's? In the future I may opt to go with the koolance ram coolers aswell.....


Now for the fans. I want quiet ones, that are GOOD.... I do like the Tribwerk (TK-121), but not the clear construction. ( I want a black and bule theme) I was kind of leaning toward the GELID Wing12 (blue). Any thoughts on these?


As for reservior and pumps I was thinking of using the Koolance RP-452X2 (rev.3) since it will fit nicely in my 5.25 bays, and using Swiftech MCP 655-01 varible speed pumps.

http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/product&filter_name=RP-452&product_id=2025


Then since I will have one extra 5.25 bay left over I was thinking of filling that with a Koolance CTR-CD12 with a flowmeter aswell

http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=1154
http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=109_70&product_id=1170


As for fittings I was going to stick with Koolance Black ones and use clear tubing with blue coolant. Also when its all apart I was going to do a black and blue wire sleeve job.



I guess this does it with the intro of this, if anyone see anything other that I have missed or don't recommend, please let me know.
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Curious on why dual loops?
Great job on the parts. Koolance is top notch. Everything but the rads is Koolance in my new build.
Edited by Hydrored - 4/30/12 at 5:20pm
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Well my thoughts, and I could be WAY wrong, was that having the GPU's on one loop and the CPU / MB on the other I would have cooler temps? I mean if I have the warm water that comes from the CPU and cool the GPU's, would it not be better to have them on a seperate loop. Of course some put another rad after the CPU, but then I feel its more stress on the pump.

I am a plumber and deal with pumps and crap all day, just my way of thinking I guess. May not relate to this.....
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Well my thoughts, and I could be WAY wrong, was that having the GPU's on one loop and the CPU / MB on the other I would have cooler temps?.

Not a water cooler myself, just a curious on looker, but from what I can find out, there is hardly any difference between dual loop and single loop cooling solutions. If there is anything, it's only a few degrees.
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I found a single loop had almost no difference in temp compared to dual. A rad has very little restriction on the pump whatsoever. I have 3 360 rads and one 355 pump still gave me over one gpm, I still run dual pumps though. I tested dual loops/rad after cpu before the gpu and only gave me 1C difference. I would recommend a single loop where you can plumb it with the least amount of fittings and hose. In my current build I'm using a 540 rad-cpu-gpu-gpu. I tested a 120 rad after the cpu and had a zero temp change on both gpu's.
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I found a single loop had almost no difference in temp compared to dual. A rad has very little restriction on the pump whatsoever. I have 3 360 rads and one 355 pump still gave me over one gpm, I still run dual pumps though. I tested dual loops/rad after cpu before the gpu and only gave me 1C difference. I would recommend a single loop where you can plumb it with the least amount of fittings and hose. In my current build I'm using a 540 rad-cpu-gpu-gpu. I tested a 120 rad after the cpu and had a zero temp change on both gpu's.

This is correct a single loops vs a dual loop yeilds virtually no temp difference
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I went through this same type of question before building my loop and I settled on a one loop system. pump-RX360-CPU-RX120-GPU1-GPU2-Resovoir/pump etc. I basicly had the water run through a smaller(RX120) radiator right before it went into the GPU's. Just how I did it you can do a lot of different things.

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Whats are your guys thoughts on dropping the 140mm rad and just running the 360 and 240?


Looking for input on fan selection.....

Thinking Tribwerk TK-121's on t20mm rads and spray painting them with VHT Nights Shades (for cars).

And if you guys do think I could use the 140 rad, whats a good fan for it?
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