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ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

Yeah I watched the videos in YouTube from JaysTwoCents and that's similar to what he says. I may just do that, I like the idea of a kit that I can expand, then I can play with colours. biggrin.gif

there are starter kits from XSPC and Alphacool and EK so also look at that as well. It gives you all of the basics and then you can choose tubing and go from there. I ended up going with a larger tubing and Monsoon compression fittings Here if you go xspc they give you crappy plastic ones that I just don't like.. and are a pain to work with.

My best bet is go with something that is going to get you the basics.. 240 minimum rad space, 2 fans, cpu block, and a resevor, then select your tubing size that you want and match the fittings size to the tubing.

Thats all I did, went with the cheapest XSPC starter kit, changed the tubing to some Primochill Advanced LRT and added another 240 rad.

I'm thinking about tearing it out and going back to an AIO tbh though, there are some really good ones on the market (not US market obviously......thanks Asetek) and they'll do me for a while smile.gif
 
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It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

Dazmode does EK
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

big no no to Frozen CPU, google the snafu that went down.. basically only way to order from them right now is to call and have item numbers and hope stuff shows up. they lost their merchant account and can no longer deal with orders on the web page.

performancePC or NCix should be able to order you just about anything
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

big no no to Frozen CPU, google the snafu that went down.. basically only way to order from them right now is to call and have item numbers and hope stuff shows up. they lost their merchant account and can no longer deal with orders on the web page.

performancePC or NCix should be able to order you just about anything
I thought all of that was resolved
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

big no no to Frozen CPU, google the snafu that went down.. basically only way to order from them right now is to call and have item numbers and hope stuff shows up. they lost their merchant account and can no longer deal with orders on the web page.

performancePC or NCix should be able to order you just about anything
I thought all of that was resolved

Kind of......

From their page:
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January 18, 2016
Sorry, Site undergoing maintenance, no checkout button available. Please call in order between 11am-7pm EST, Thank You

Thank you for choosing FrozenCPU and for the opportunity to bring you the best quality products in the business.
We are now accepting all major credit cards. Call in for orders and we will try our best to have your package on its way in the next 24 hours, email for orders as well at order@frozencpu.com and we will try to have it packaged and shipped in the next 48 hours. Please have your part number listed and ready before calling. 1-877-243-8266 (Toll Free) or 585-218-0120 (Local) 585-218-0123 or 585-218-0124. Line might be busy due to high call volume. Again, thank you for your business and if you have any questions regarding previous orders please feel free to contact support@frozencpu.com- Mark Friga Jr.

Sauce: http://www.frozencpu.com/news.html

Log story short is i wouldn't go all out and spend hundreds of $'s there after everything that happened but for small orders that i couldn't get elsewhere?

Maybe.....

EDIT: Turns out ex-employees of FCPU went into business for themselves: http://modmymods.com/
might be worth giving them a shot?
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

big no no to Frozen CPU, google the snafu that went down.. basically only way to order from them right now is to call and have item numbers and hope stuff shows up. they lost their merchant account and can no longer deal with orders on the web page.

performancePC or NCix should be able to order you just about anything
I thought all of that was resolved

i've seen nothing to support it, i've seen them re-hire some people only to have another "incident" less than a year later
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

big no no to Frozen CPU, google the snafu that went down.. basically only way to order from them right now is to call and have item numbers and hope stuff shows up. they lost their merchant account and can no longer deal with orders on the web page.

performancePC or NCix should be able to order you just about anything
I thought all of that was resolved

Kind of......

From their page:
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Sorry, Site undergoing maintenance, no checkout button available. Please call in order between 11am-7pm EST, Thank You

Thank you for choosing FrozenCPU and for the opportunity to bring you the best quality products in the business.
We are now accepting all major credit cards. Call in for orders and we will try our best to have your package on its way in the next 24 hours, email for orders as well at order@frozencpu.com and we will try to have it packaged and shipped in the next 48 hours. Please have your part number listed and ready before calling. 1-877-243-8266 (Toll Free) or 585-218-0120 (Local) 585-218-0123 or 585-218-0124. Line might be busy due to high call volume. Again, thank you for your business and if you have any questions regarding previous orders please feel free to contact support@frozencpu.com- Mark Friga Jr.

Sauce: http://www.frozencpu.com/news.html

Log story short is i wouldn't go all out and spend hundreds of $'s there after everything that happened but for small orders that i couldn't get elsewhere?

Maybe.....

EDIT: Turns out ex-employees of FCPU went into business for themselves: http://modmymods.com/
might be worth giving them a shot?

Yeah, i followed the creation of modmymods since it started..
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EK Predator kit. If you have a compatible GPU, you can't go wrong with iy. Just be aware of the revision as EK recalled past revisions due to some issues.


Now, if you are in it for the fun, and willing to spend the $$, here are the basics so you wont waste much of the components a starter kit provides. Spec'ing out the components one by one is an expensive road but is a sure fire way of making your loop a decent one.

CPU Block - your choice

Pump - D5 or DDC depends on your RES choice

Reservoir - depends on your liking, you can either go for a Bay Reservoir with a corresponding Pump support (bleeding and filling will always be a PITA! though) or a cylindrical res - just figure out the pump support or you can run it in a standalone manner, and you're good.

Tubing - solid/rigid tubing arguably is the easier path nowadays due to it's advantages over soft tubing. PETG for starters.

Fittings - depends on your Tubing size. You concern has to consider inner and outer diameters for soft tubing. While uou only need to buy a corresponding outer diameter if going rigid.

Rads - your case dictates how long and thick you can put inside it. Choices are 120,240,360,480 or 140,280,420,560 for the length and thickness from 25,35,45,63,80. all in millimeters. Blackice rads arguably has the best combinations of performance, finish quality, cleanest internals.

Fans - will be matter of preference. If you have enough rad space, fans performance won't matter much.
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I wouldn't suggest PETG or acrylic for a first loop build. this is a recipe for frustration.
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i leave for a few days and 650 posts !! dear god, and so much misinformation

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Well at least you know you have all the static pressure you need! biggrin.gif

True,true but I can't get 5.2 IBT stable and I bet I've got more fans..biggrin.gif
Come now! Surely I have you beat at this! I have 15.

Edited! I can haz 15 fans!

do you really want me to count my fans >?

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do you still have the stock heatsink that came with your 8320. The 70mm fan that comes with that heatsink is the fan I have personally used to cool down the VRM heatsink. It makes a good choice.

From your BIOS caps this is what I recommend to change.
CPU current capacity to 140%.
CPU Phase Control to Manual and then manually adjust to Ultra Fast setting.
CPU Power Duty Control to Extreme
CPU Power Response Control to Ultra Fast
CPU/NB Power Response Control to Ultra Fast
CPU Power Thermal Control to 151
DRAM Current Capability to 130%
DRAM Voltage frequency to 500
DRAM Power Phase Control to Extreme

why would u put current cap to 140% for such a low overclock, i dont understand that

power duty control to extreme is a bit high too

sorry for doubting you but those settings u put i used to go at 5ghz
it doesnt hurt,

current capability is just that if your system doesnt need more amps, you dont get any more
it just allows you to have more current if needed
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No point in increasing the voltage of the NB, leave it to stock (1.1V). Increasing it will just make it run (even) hotter.

well, almost every oc guide for any vishera recommends it, as well as my experience and COUNTLESS others from this forum, it does help, i have adj JUST the nb and it stabilized my oc,
and considering most anyone who recommends it tells people to make sure there is some cooling on i t
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Is this okay?



My temp doesn't seem to be improved much. What should I be at?

Did you disable the EC sensor from HWINFO64? It can cause lots of issues if you monitor that sensor.. its on the board but it doesn't like to be monitored for some reason so i would highly suggest you to disable this from monitoring.

You can do this by opening HWINFO64, select settings, safety, and uncheck EC support.
no it doesnt, EC can affect Benchmarks but in all the time i have used asus, which is extensive never had any issues
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Wait till you realize it unnecessary.

Ah the Intel vs AMD debate. lol My Husband is an Intel guy but loves AMD too, we can co-exist I tell ya!
we can. In fact you will find most of the main users in this thread have builds from other camps. Mus1mus has a 5820K system into I am correct, MegaMan has a 4790K system also IIRC and Cssorkinman has played with more Intel and AMD chips that you can shake a stick at.
excuse me, i had the 3930k far longer then the 4970k !
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Gertruude is a girl?


gertruude can be anything u want her to be big boy
it is true, just ask his her wife on who wears the pants !
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That voltage won't kill them over time?

No I do believe Rams can go up to 1.72v anyone is welcome to correct me on this. but at 1.65v nope.
Deadlyg33k will be interested in this too. But JDEC states that DDR3 must be able to withstand 1.975V before IMMEDIATELY incurring permanent damage. I run my Corsair Vengeance 2133 cl11's at 2000MHz at 9-9-10-24 with 1.8V. Unfortunately it needed that extra voltage for those clocks because 4 sticks of ram is far more stressful on the IMG than two sticks of ram.

fixed for you
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Well TBH what you have right now is just fine.. if you want to put a GPU under water too then custom would help but that means GP
U block etc etc.. if you just want to play with water then how much you looking to spend and what do you want to cool

It's not for performance it's for fun. My Husband use to do custom loops with Swiftek stuff but EK is popular now so I'm looking to try it out, probably looking to spend no more than $350 total on pimping out this bad boy. lol Oh and for now just the CPU, once I get the hang of it I'll get into GPU cooling as well.

ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD
i love swftech, but there are alot of stuff that is good, just depends on needs, my best advice is get what appeals to your taste
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ok im not too sure what you can get from the us to canada with customs n stuff or rather the delay, but 2 sites are modmymods.com and frozencpu.com

XSPC Raystorm kit is what I started with.. if you can go with the d5 pumps over the x20.. they kinda suck
EK blocks are good and so are swiftech. Swiftteck also has all in ones that are expandable. @Mega Man is a big proponent of those

things to look at. If you get a rad then look at fin count.. higher count means you will need to have higher static pressure.. also depends on the sound

you are wanting to look into rad siz/fin count performance then fans you would need to cool the rad down which includess static pressure and sound
pumps you want a good flow rate and a block that matches. you are looking at tubing size and fittings that will give you good current.

I started with a cheap kit and expanded on it. The Raystorm block does pretty well now its about in the middle of the pack as far as performance. My fans are on the weaker side cause I cheaped out but are still in the middle of the pack. My overall system cost me around 250 USD

Yeah I watched the videos in YouTube from JaysTwoCents and that's similar to what he says. I may just do that, I like the idea of a kit that I can expand, then I can play with colours. biggrin.gif
just a fyi he likes to use false info in his vids

dont forget perf pcs !

also highly recommend aquaero !
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Yeah, i followed the creation of modmymods since it started..

my complaint, they sell barrow
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