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Thanks for all the replies guys...thanks a lot.

Now, lemme see if I got this right.

apogee
clearflex 10'
mcp655
GTX triple rad
"t" fitting
DD Fillport

Is that ALL I'll need? Other than hose clamps? What else could I need?

I want the water to glow UV blue. what's the best thing for that? Is fluid XP good? I can get thta from frozenCPU...
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Thanks for all the replies guys...thanks a lot.

Now, lemme see if I got this right.

apogee
clearflex 10'
mcp655
GTX triple rad
"t" fitting
DD Fillport

Is that ALL I'll need? Other than hose clamps? What else could I need?

I want the water to glow UV blue. what's the best thing for that? Is fluid XP good? I can get thta from frozenCPU...
I would go ahead and get 15' feet of tube, in case you have to make any changes you will already have it... Use whatever kind of clamps you want to...Dont for get your fans...

Forgot the juice didn't I ... I like this it's non-conductive and has UV dye already in it...It comes in other colors to.It' good.EDIT: Hey dont for get to get 1/2" fittings with all of it.Fluid XP EXT Extreme Non-Conductive Coolant - UV Midnight Blue 32oz.
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I would go ahead and get 15' feet of tube, in case you have to make any changes you will already have it... Use whatever kind of clamps you want to...Dont for get your fans...

Forgot the juice didn't I ... I like this it's non-conductive and has UV dye already in it...It comes in other colors to.It' good..Fluid XP EXT Extreme Non-Conductive Coolant - UV Midnight Blue 32oz.
lol ya....fans/fluid XP..

but I'm pretty sure 10' will be plenty. I'm only doing the CPU, and t line....and that should take probably about 6 feet to get to the radiator and pump....
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lol ya....fans/fluid XP..

but I'm pretty sure 10' will be plenty. I'm only doing the CPU, and t line....and that should take probably about 6 feet to get to the radiator and pump....
Sounds like your good to go..Dont forget to use 1/2" fittings on all of it..After you get it come on back and we'll tell you how to clean and leak test it...

Good Luck on getting all your part's.....
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wow. $486 CAD after tax + shipping....

Mom gets home soon. will proposition her about my new christmas present.
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Don't get a Apogee, the Storm works much better on naked CPUs.


Or, if you can swing it, a Stinger.
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Don't get a Apogee, the Storm works much better on naked CPUs.


Or, if you can swing it, a Stinger.
Storm = twice as much.

Stinger = most likely....just....later.
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Don't get a Apogee, the Storm works much better on naked CPUs.


Or, if you can swing it, a Stinger.

He is already over budget and I dont really believe the extra cost is worth it. For the system he has, this is definitely a high end loop.


Good ideas about the UV/Antigrime fluid. Though, I hear Fluid XP smells awful and stains the tubing. There are debates all over about what to put in your water. Still, thought I would just pitch that it.

Also, pretty much any double 120mm radiator will suit. If you are looking for ultimate performance, a thicker rad will do better. This is just because there is more surface area on the fins, so more air travels over them. however, if you want silence (meaning, you are using low-rpm fans), get a thinner radiator because the lower CFM wont be able to travel all the way through the rad as easy through a thicker (hi-rpm) radiator.

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post #29 of 57
LoL how did i miss this thread. Your built is almost same as mine.

I have :
Apogee
Black Ice 360GT
MCP655
1/2 Primoflex Tubes (Blue)
T-line

For the fans i suggest you to go with panaflos but dont get the high speed ones. Get the ones with 70cfm. Because i have 115cfm ones, before i bought these i thought i could slow them down with a fan controller but it doesn't work. They make more noise when u drop the voltage.
For the liquid i suggest distilled water + zerex. Because distilled water performs better than other liquids and it's cheap ($2 for 4 litres)
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LoL how did i miss this thread. Your built is almost same as mine.

I have :
Apogee
Black Ice 360GT
MCP655
1/2 Primoflex Tubes (Blue)
T-line

For the fans i suggest you to go with panaflos but dont get the high speed ones. Get the ones with 70cfm. Because i have 115cfm ones, before i bought these i thought i could slow them down with a fan controller but it doesn't work. They make more noise when u drop the voltage.
For the liquid i suggest distilled water + zerex. Because distilled water performs better than other liquids and it's cheap ($2 for 4 litres)

where'd you get all your stuff?

What colour is zerex? Is it green? uv reactive? I really want blue...it won't match if it's green lol
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