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I'm watercooling my new build, you can see the build thread here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1363139/help-an-old-member-new-rig-1200
I just need some help clearing my 2 loops with you guys, these are the parts I've selected.

I'm having 2 loops, one is dedicated to the CPU/RAM. The 2nd is dedicated to the GPU only.

Res: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_299&products_id=20412

Pumps x2: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_201&products_id=22586

Rad x2: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_297_922&products_id=15847

CPU: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_878_879&products_id=19206

GPU: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_878_880&products_id=20594

RAM: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_878_881&products_id=22050

Using this guide, I plan on fitting the 2 240 mm rads: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vwgVA6_xIis

I was going to have one pump and one rad dedicated to the CPU + RAM.

Pump--> Res --> Rad--> CPU --> RAM --> Pump

and then the 2nd loop

Pump2 --> Res2 --> Rad2 --> GPU --> Pump2



I don't really have a budget per say. I don't want to spend $1000, but I'll be buying things as I'm paying off the rest of my build.

Things I really need your help on:
Tubing - no idea
GPU - I need a 7970 or a 7950 (Either will do) that will fit a waterblock. I absolutely want the GPU watercooled so this is a must!
Barbs, what are those? - no idea either
Fans? Must be quiet, trying to do a "as silent as possible" build.

I'm going with the res because I think it would be the best choice for my case. This way I can have 2 loops running in parallel (I think), and I don't have to fidget with finding separate res and pump locations.

This is my FIRST time watercooling, please point out if I've gone full retard. Suggestions are more than welcomed, especially for the GPU!
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I was going to have one pump and one rad dedicated to the CPU + RAM.

Pump--> Res --> Rad--> CPU --> RAM --> Pump

and then the 2nd loop

Pump2 --> Res2 --> Rad2 --> GPU --> Pump2
With the set up it'll be Res>pump if im not mistaken, the order shouldn't matter as long as the res is physically above the pump, with the res/pump combo it'll work just fine
    
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Barbs are what screw into the radiator/blocks for the tubing to slide onto. Barbs use a clamp on the outside of the tubing to secure the seal. Barbs are listed in an outside diameter (3/8 ,7/16, 1/2) and the tubing ID needs to match the barb OD. You could also go with compression fittings but the compression fitting ID and OD must match the tubing ID and OD. Any fitting you get should be listed as g1/4 thread so it will screw into the rez/blocks/rads.

For a video card I cant give you an exact model but just make sure it is a refrence design and you will be able to get a block for it. If you are not sure on a card e-mail the manafacturer and ask them whick of thier cards are refrence design.

I Just want to make sure you are only going to waterblock the ram for looks because there is no performance reason to do it and it will only add restriction to the cpu loop.

Just take your time and do your reasearch.

Good luck and happy building thumb.gif
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Awesome!

And yeah, I know the RAM block is for looks, I can't stand the look of those ugly stock heat sinks. And at $50 for the block, why not!

So would you guys recommend 1/2 tubing, or 3/4?

Should I get a bleeder valve or something of that nature?

I also need a good site for WC'ing stuff for the US. I realized that my links were for Aussies. oops.
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Awesome!

And yeah, I know the RAM block is for looks, I can't stand the look of those ugly stock heat sinks. And at $50 for the block, why not!

So would you guys recommend 1/2 tubing, or 3/4?

Should I get a bleeder valve or something of that nature?

I also need a good site for WC'ing stuff for the US. I realized that my links were for Aussies. oops.


i recommend 7/16th tubing but that is all i've ever used.

I didn't have a fill port and i filled through my bay res, later installed a fill port and it works nicely, i just need to reposition everything once i get my loop situated.

frozencpu is where i got my stuff from, we(OCN, just use the search bar) have a discount code for them
performace pc's is also very popular, might have a code for them as well
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I also need a good site for WC'ing stuff for the US. I realized that my links were for Aussies. oops.
They only sites I've ever ordered from and performance-pcs and sidewindercomputers. Sidewinder is normally my first choice, but they don't have quite the selection PPCs has. Sidewinder is located in Indiana, and with me being in Cincinnati, I usually get my order the next day. PPCs is in FL and usually takes 3-5 days to arrive at my door. I've placed multiple orders with both and haven't had any major issue from either. Both have either shipped a wrong item or had something missing from the order, but both took care of it on their dime in a timely manner.
PPCs discount code is OCN55, for 5.5% off at checkout. No code for sidewinder, but they're usually cheaper to begin with
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Ha, you guys are awesome, thanks thumb.gif

I still have several months before I can really put things together, but I'll be buying the CPU loop first, and then sticking on the GPU block to loop 1 until I can buy loop 2.

I also have everything figured out, with the exception of fans. Can anyone recommend me good, quiet 120mm fans?

I'll keep it updated wink.gif
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1/2 ID 3/4 OD is what most people use for tubing. I prefer thicker tubing (less tubing as well) with compression fittings. Go minimal with tubing and your setup will look smexy! tongue.gif

Also...if I may add, since your planning to spend about $130 on a 2nd Radiator and pump, why not just buy a full tower case that can support a 360 rad? That's definitely the route I would take. thumb.gif
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Awesome!

And yeah, I know the RAM block is for looks, I can't stand the look of those ugly stock heat sinks. And at $50 for the block, why not!

So would you guys recommend 1/2 tubing, or 3/4?

Should I get a bleeder valve or something of that nature?

I also need a good site for WC'ing stuff for the US. I realized that my links were for Aussies. oops.

Whats wrong with Aussies? tongue.giftongue.gif

You do realise that ram blocks are pretty restrictive,

I'm a 7/16" x 5/8" on 1/2" barbs fan.

Do you really need 2 loops Why not a single loop (simpler,easier,cheaper)

My recommended fan is Sythes GT 1850s
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I'm a 7/16" x 5/8" on 1/2" barbs fan.

Do you really need 2 loops Why not a single loop (simpler,easier,cheaper)

My recommended fan is Sythes GT 1850s
I agree with all of this. You really only need one loop.

Gentle Typhoons are amazing fans. Great performance to noise ratio. They are somewhat expensive though. If you want a good cheaper fan, I'd get some Yate Loon Medium speed fans. They're a little bit louder and a little lower performance, but for under $5 per fan, you can't beat the price to performance ratio they offer.

I'd also look into the EX series of radiators from XSPC. They are thin, but have similar performance to the RX series. Plus they are cheaper than the BI radiator you have picked out already. But the king of radiators right now are the Alphacool rads, in all thicknesses. I'm currently looking at picking up an xt45 480 when I finish building my new case.
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