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I have seen some truly helpful responses here rolleyes.gif From those who "cant be bothered" to give someone a hand that asks for help. I got a lot of good info and learned a lot from people taking 15 minutes and compiling parts lists for me when I started out with computers/watercooling as well, so I will take the time and do the same when I get a chance later. thumb.gif
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$1500 is unneeded. I'd say a great loop for all that would be $800. Also, I'd gladly take the leftover money.

lol. btw what is that llama thingy on your avatar? i have seen he/she/it a couple times but couldnt get an answer.

edit: how much tubing will i need for this setup? as i said im using a cosmos 2. and how should i set the loop up? i don't mean installation, that wont be that hard, bleeding and leak testing has some guides on here. So basically how should I plan it? for sure 240 rad goes below and 360 goes top. i was planning on cpu+gpu on 360 and other gpu+mobo on 240. or should i go with 240 for mobo+cpu 360 for gpus?
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First of all, what case are you jamming this loop in? It's better if we have that information first so the loop can be tailored for the case and you won't have random parts sticking out left or right. But if you haven't pick one, your budget can easily allow a CaseLabs M10 + a good loop.
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lol. btw what is that llama thingy on your avatar? i have seen he/she/it a couple times but couldnt get an answer.
edit: how much tubing will i need for this setup? as i said im using a cosmos 2. and how should i set the loop up? i don't mean installation, that wont be that hard, bleeding and leak testing has some guides on here. So basically how should I plan it? for sure 240 rad goes below and 360 goes top. i was planning on cpu+gpu on 360 and other gpu+mobo on 240. or should i go with 240 for mobo+cpu 360 for gpus?

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First of all, what case are you jamming this loop in? It's better if we have that information first so the loop can be tailored for the case and you won't have random parts sticking out left or right. But if you haven't pick one, your budget can easily allow a CaseLabs M10 + a good loop.

That's a good point. Get a nice Caselabs for $400-$700 and fill it with as many rads as your heart desires. I'd go M8, 3 360 rads will keep you nice and cool.
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That's a good point. Get a nice Caselabs for $400-$700 and fill it with as many rads as your heart desires. I'd go M8, 3 360 rads will keep you nice and cool.

thanks but too late as i bought the Cosmos 2 already, the only thing im missing to complete this build is the watercooling and im trying to set it up thanks to you guys smile.gif also thanks for the Walama.

@NuclearCrap, I will put these in my Cosmos 2. Also im in turkey so buying watercooling parts is just a big PITA, i want to get them all at once and use my rig for a long time
     
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lol. btw what is that llama thingy on your avatar? i have seen he/she/it a couple times but couldnt get an answer.
edit: how much tubing will i need for this setup? as i said im using a cosmos 2. and how should i set the loop up? i don't mean installation, that wont be that hard, bleeding and leak testing has some guides on here. So basically how should I plan it? for sure 240 rad goes below and 360 goes top. i was planning on cpu+gpu on 360 and other gpu+mobo on 240. or should i go with 240 for mobo+cpu 360 for gpus?

He has a Cosmos II. What I told him was that you can fit a thin 360mm radiator on the top. You can't fit push/pull fans in that case but you can fit three fans on top of the case and under the top cover. I also told him that he can fit a 240mm radiator on the bottom and that some modification would be necessary.

If OP wants to change cases it would make things a lot easier. A Corsair 800D, HAF X, and a few others are much easier but the ideal would be a Case Labs case. The Case Labs cases are pricey but they are also the best cases you can get. It will also allow for more radiators and therefore better temps.
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He has a Cosmos II. What I told him was that you can fit a thin 360mm radiator on the top. You can't fit push/pull fans in that case but you can fit three fans on top of the case and under the top cover. I also told him that he can fit a 240mm radiator on the bottom and that some modification would be necessary.
If OP wants to change cases it would make things a lot easier. A Corsair 800D, HAF X, and a few others are much easier but the ideal would be a Case Labs case. The Case Labs cases are pricey but they are also the best cases you can get. It will also allow for more radiators and therefore better temps.

I know that the CaseLabs are better cases, but I didn't like their style. I might change the case to another mild looking case (not a fan of HAF series looks bad imo). the cosmos was the biggest one i could possibly get, but since the case is in usa i might return it to get another case that is not a CaseLabs. To be completely honest, i dont want to return this case for just watercooling issues. the case is really nice and as far as i understood it has enough space for my needs/components so i dont see a reason here. If there is a reasonably reason, why not?
     
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I know that the CaseLabs are better cases, but I didn't like their style. I might change the case to another mild looking case (not a fan of HAF series looks bad imo). the cosmos was the biggest one i could possibly get, but since the case is in usa i might return it to get another case that is not a CaseLabs. To be completely honest, i dont want to return this case for just watercooling issues. the case is really nice and as far as i understood it has enough space for my needs/components so i dont see a reason here. If there is a reasonably reason, why not?

Have you checked out the TJ-07? It's a bit pricey but an amazing case and very solid for water cooling.
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It's a rainbow, backwards moving Walama.
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Kinda off topic... I clicked the link in your post as I was reading through this thread. And lets just say I did't realize there would be music on that site and my speakers were turned up really loud. So quietly reading thread about wc loop. -- Click Link -- HOLY S*** where is that noise coming from oh it is just this llama site here. Needles to say I almost crapped my pants lol:p
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