Originally Posted by miller330i
Second time builder here, 46 years young, need help with decisions because I do not know the new manufacturers out there now.
I have a Corsair C70 case, Asus crosshair formula-z mobo, 2x GTX 670 02G-P4-2670-KR, AMD FX-8350, 16 gig of 4 modules of G Skill DIMM DDR3-1600 memory, and I have a dual reservoir that I can use but don't have to.
I have nothing else atm. Looking for a Kingwin LZP-1000 Lazer Platinum PS, or something as good and quiet.
I need advice on all the blocks and other parts that come with watercooling. I would like to watercool the Mobo and memory as well this time.
Thank you in advance for reading this and your help! Jeff
For CPU, there are a lot of choices e.g. XSPC Raystorm & EK-Supremacy CPU water block. For other parts, these are your choices. EK make good water blocks.
Motherboard full water block:-
You can see which blocks suitable for your devices yourself by using this configurator:-
Originally Posted by g04tm4n
Thanks for the suggestions.
If I do remove both of the cages, where would I mount my hdd? Don't have an SSD, since they are literally double the price here of the price in the US. Perhaps I can remove one of the cages only?
And if removing the rear exhaust fan, would it be a good Idea to put an intake in the bottom next to the PSU?
Yes, you can remove one of the cages. Even with both cages installed, I still get good airflow though. In addition to stock fans on the cages, you can add another two fans at the front in the front panel. So, it'll works as push-pull. It will definitely improved air flow in the casing.
You also can put at least one fan at the bottom as an intake. I personally not recommend removing the rear fan. In my setup, it's very useful in exhausting hot air from the casing.