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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by martinhal View Post

If you are going universal GPU block ive got three Swiftechs collecting dust. You will need a spacer from EK $2 I think. You can have the lot for $125 .

if you got a link to some specs/pics ile have a look.





so two rads at 240 and 200 isnt enough for cpu and 3 7970's??
i think id be able to sort out a pump and res my self but as far as how much heat i will be producing and needs to be dissipated im still confused to how big or how many rads i would need.
I can raise my budget but i dont want to go over kill.
post #12 of 14
The blocks , mine are black in colour not white.

http://www.swiftech.com/mcw82vgawaterblock.aspx


Spacer

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/universal-vga-blocks/universal-vga-blocks-accessories/ek-vga-supreme-hf-hd7970-cu-adapter.html


EK make good full cover bocks , it is an option too.
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post #13 of 14
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yea i want full cover ones so sorry. thanks for the offer though
post #14 of 14
Your going to need the cpu and gpu blocks, a decent pump, res, some sli/xfire bridges and other fittings, and as many radiators as you can fit in your case (might be worth looking at an external one on the back). It would be a tough ask to get that for £200 id say realistically to do a decent job your looking more like £500 minimum. Still, low temps and silence comes at a cost and nobody said watercooling was cheap. There are sometimes some decent parts on e-bay if your patient
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