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Here's my pics. I had more trouble removing the black glue after removoing the ihs.











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...usually at this point, a discussion breaks out whether you should have two separate loops (one for GPUs, one for CPU)...but if you make your single loop strong enough (ie Hokies83' setup), it can work...keep in mind that it is just simple math :...an overclocked 5GHz / plus Ivy 3770K at room temps can easily generate over 210 watts+ of heat energy...and a couple of GPUs (depending on the model) can add another 500 to 600 watts (especially if oc'ed), so that is all heat energy you got to get rid off...plus the more separate things you have in a loop, the harder your pump has to work re restrictions etc...

...that said, your list looks pretty complete; just add industrial-strength Velcro, ties for the bits that don't accept compression fittings (ie my MPC655 pump)...also, you didn't list tubes/hoses and fans but I am certain you know that you need those...finally, if you don't run custom water-blocks for your GPUs but Uni-Blocks (which are great), you also need to think about cooling the GPUs' VRMs and memory bits w/extra fans

Ok awesome thanks for the help. I am going to have a 120.3 rad, two 120.2 rads, and a 140 rad in my Phantom 820 case so I hope that is overkill for my setup. Also, I'm thinking of using this pump ( http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sicumclad5wi.html ). Do you think I should get it with the speed control? I don't want to make it anymore complicated by adding another controller. I can choose to just get it tach sensor ( don't even know what that is). but if speed control is about controlling noise I don't care about it. Noise doesn't bother me. Unless it is going to be extremely loud and annoying. Also, that pump has inlets for compression fittings. So what do you think about that? Am I on the right track? Also, could I somehow plug the speed controller into my Phantom 820 fan controller?
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Koolance CPU-380 ~$57

or

Swifttech apogee hd ~$41

Which one?
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Ok awesome thanks for the help. I am going to have a 120.3 rad, two 120.2 rads, and a 140 rad in my Phantom 820 case so I hope that is overkill for my setup. Also, I'm thinking of using this pump ( http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sicumclad5wi.html ). Do you think I should get it with the speed control? I don't want to make it anymore complicated by adding another controller. I can choose to just get it tach sensor ( don't even know what that is). but if speed control is about controlling noise I don't care about it. Noise doesn't bother me. Unless it is going to be extremely loud and annoying. Also, that pump has inlets for compression fittings. So what do you think about that? Am I on the right track? Also, could I somehow plug the speed controller into my Phantom 820 fan controller?

On my pump (Swiftech MPC 655) there is a little adjustment screw in the back - I set it to 4 / 5 when I put this together and have not touched it since...I make cooling adjustments through Fans / Asus Suite FanExpert2 - I know some folks don't like it, but it works great for me, and also doesn't require a separate USB or other port
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Originally Posted by KuuFA View Post

Koolance CPU-380 ~$57

or

Swifttech apogee hd ~$41

Which one?

...Hokies83 is the real expert on this w-c stuff, but I think both blocks are good, though I personally went with the Koolance (370SI, the prior model to 380)...good tests results, absolutely no complaints and I like its looks:

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Koolance CPU-380 ~$57

or

Swifttech apogee hd ~$41

Which one?

They perform close.. Go with which ever is cheaper or you like the looks of better.
    
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On my pump (Swiftech MPC 655) there is a little adjustment screw in the back - I set it to 4 / 5 when I put this together and have not touched it since...I make cooling adjustments through Fans / Asus Suite FanExpert2 - I know some folks don't like it, but it works great for me, and also doesn't require a separate USB or other port


Oh so speed control is just a screw on the pump?

BTW thanks for the pic I love how that RAM looks on the MVE. So is lower latency and timings better for RAM? For the Trident X I see two with different specs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231588

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231639
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Cannot sell game codes on OCN cough.
    
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Cough Pm.. Cough sell it on Anandtech cough tongue.gif

cough 2nd this cough and you should remove that post before you get an infraction? cough
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Oh so speed control is just a screw on the pump?

BTW thanks for the pic I love how that RAM looks on the MVE. So is lower latency and timings better for RAM? For the Trident X I see two with different specs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231588

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231639

...yes - on the MPC655 (and variants, as long as it is not the 'B') the speed adjustment is just the little screw in the back, with settings from 1 to 5 smile.gif

...I'd go with the lower latency though they will perform above specs anyhow, at least the kits I have / know of with others...have run them at 2600+ (via BCLK increase) on fast settings with no probs, even on heavy memory-intensive benching
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This is my first delid. Pentium 4 lga775. Pretty sure it was soldered on. This was ridiculously easier than I thought... Minus the solder part. It took quite a lot of pressure to get the ihs off. I assume an ivy would be infinitely easier once cut through the silicone
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