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Hey guys I'm going to finish my build by the time December hits can you help me pick parts for my watercoolingloop?
I will paypal someone 10 dollars if they can chat with me about the specific parts and help me pick out a loop.

Intel i5 3570k
Asrock Z77E ITX board
Patriot Viper 8gb ddr3
Samsung830 ssd 128gb
GTX 580 MSI reference (already have this)
OCZ 650w (already have this)
Bitfenix Prodigy (already have this)

Im sure on the current parts for sure but I am unsure about my waterloop, I want to do cpu and GPU and i'm not sureif just one 240 rad is enough. I would like to keep my loop 350-420 dollars. Thanks
post #2 of 6
240 RAD should be enough for just 1 CPU and 1 GPU. In terms of actual parts, i can't really help out there, wait for someone more specialised in WC.
Also,
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I will paypal someone 10 dollars if they can chat with me about the specific parts and help me pick out a loop.
We help out of wanting to, you shouldn't need to pay anyone, nor should they ask you to. thumb.gif
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What do you think about this so far? Also, which size alphacool hose clamp should I get ? I am using ID1/2 OD3/4 tubing.
Thanks
post #4 of 6
580 is a pretty warm card...Personally I would add an additional 120 or 140mm rad...this will also give you a bit of headroom if you decide to throw a mild overclock on the cpu. I'm currently doing 2 Prodigy builds, so feel free to ask any questions you might have. thumb.gif
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580 is a pretty warm card...Personally I would add an additional 120 or 140mm rad...this will also give you a bit of headroom if you decide to throw a mild overclock on the cpu. I'm currently doing 2 Prodigy builds, so feel free to ask any questions you might have. thumb.gif

What do you think about the parts I have in the quote picture above? Are they all compatible and will i be able to put both my fittings thru 1 side of the block so it doesnt hit the side panel?
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parts will work, although you won't need the 230mm fan as you won't have any place to put it, the gpu block will also work. thumb.gif
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