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Shoot Aqua an e-mail and ask if their twin connect will work with the 690's. Their bridge is easy to work with and it looks good too.

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I've done some pretty extreme water cooling builds, so I know it can be done internally even with hot Southern California temperatures. He's got a Case Labs M8 which is pretty big and most ppl don't like sticking the equipment external. Its been discussed and suggested but op is looking to go internal. He should, since his case is fully capable thumb.gif

This seriously. Why the hell go external when you have a Caselabs case????? It's like buying a Porsche 911 GT3RS and then not taking it to the track and instead buying another card for track use. doh.gif
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This seriously. Why the hell go external when you have a Caselabs case????? It's like buying a Porsche 911 GT3RS and then not taking it to the track and instead buying another card for track use. doh.gif

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+10 for CL

Aye. You can't get anymore serious about internal watercooling than a double wide like a CL.
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Ok, just about to start purchasing the caselabs pedestal and top, i have a couple of questions:

for anyone that knows anything about caselabs extended tops, do i need any kind of mount for a rad in there? or does the rad just go on top of the case instead of from the inside using the same screw holes?

would i need push + pull for the monsta rad? because if i do need push pull, i cannot fit it in the case unfortunately, at least not the cpu one, 85mm is the height of the extended top and the monsta is 80mm,
so i could do a push or pull with the fans inside the case, but not push pull.

the way i have it planned out for radiators at the moment is 2 monstas in the pedestal (push+pull on both if it fits) and one monsta in the motherboard main compartment up in the extended top.

i would rather not have anything going into the psu side of the case if i can help it, if i do get a leak in the loop, i would at least like to keep my hard drives safe haha.

Thank you everyone for all the help smile.gif i really appreciate it
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P.S man.....Making your components much cooler = more heat in case, which, in turn, is drawn out into your room. Youre going to keep your PC nice and happy but you will be warmer. So, if youre concerned about your room temps...WCing them is going t potentially increase your room temp.
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P.S man.....Making your components much cooler = more heat in case, which, in turn, is drawn out into your room. Youre going to keep your PC nice and happy but you will be warmer. So, if youre concerned about your room temps...WCing them is going t potentially increase your room temp.
What? No.
Do you think the heat just disappears if components stay hot? Think about it!
Watercooling just removes heat more efficiently, it's still the same amount of heat being produced and which needs to be dissipated.
The only case when watercooling can make your room warmer is when you can finally overclock (while on air you could not).
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What? No.
Do you think the heat just disappears if components stay hot? Think about it!
Watercooling just removes heat more efficiently, it's still the same amount of heat being produced and which needs to be dissipated.
The only case when watercooling can make your room warmer is when you can finally overclock (while on air you could not).

I think that was his point.

At any rate this whole thread is kind of incredible to me. I lol'd at future proof.
    
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What? No.
Do you think the heat just disappears if components stay hot? Think about it!
Watercooling just removes heat more efficiently, it's still the same amount of heat being produced and which needs to be dissipated.
The only case when watercooling can make your room warmer is when you can finally overclock (while on air you could not).
Well, some of my post was wrong now that I look back lol.

But! it will get much hotter if he OCs the CPU or GPU, yes. Either way, actually, part of my post that I thought was wrong is still right. And some of your responses are exact opposite of what I was saying:

The Watercooling will remove MORE heat that the current air cooler at same settings, etc. That means MORE heat into his room. Like you said, the heat being removed doesnt disappear. its going to get pulled from his rad fans into his room.
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Well, some of my post was wrong now that I look back lol.
But! it will get much hotter if he OCs the CPU or GPU, yes. Either way, actually, part of my post that I thought was wrong is still right. And some of your responses are exact opposite of what I was saying:
The Watercooling will remove MORE heat that the current air cooler at same settings, etc. That means MORE heat into his room. Like you said, the heat being removed doesnt disappear. its going to get pulled from his rad fans into his room.

I feel like I've lost brain cells reading this. It's like the heat never existed in the first place to you but only when watercooled lol?
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