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Actaully can someone put together all I need? I would appreciate it +REP for the one the best one biggrin.gif

Also try to make it one shop only. Best possible would be from Finland, this shop for example: jimms.fi
If not Finland then EU. The Swiftech Komodo block would be nice too, but only if it is sold in EU, since it would cost ridiculous amounts of money otherwise.

Maybe I can get everything at Bacata since that is Swiftech's RMA site for EU
Edited by AlDyer - 6/25/13 at 10:55am
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post #4272 of 20728
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Is this all I'll need to add two 780s in SLI to my loop? I'm getting the tubing and coolant directly from swiftech.


That looks like everything that you should need, except for the fans for the radiator and maybe some elbow fittings. Elbow fittings help to tidy up the loop so that you don't have any long or excessive curves. It will also depend on how you want your loop to look.
post #4273 of 20728
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Avoid EK blocks. Heatkillers, Swiftech. Make sure your 7950 is a reference model.
Also you will now need a new case. 600T lacks support for dual 240, unless you do some modding to the front and lose the HDD cage.

Care to share what is wrong with EK blocks?
With the ones I had, some started to form some kind of rust within, others after long use the channels started to erode.
After we went with heatkillers, everything was fine.

Just the quality from EK is just not upto par. Compared to Heatkiller, XSPC, Swiftech.
Same reason I wont touch EK Rads and CPU block. Had similar issues with them.
    
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Actaully can someone put together all I need? I would appreciate it +REP for the one the best one biggrin.gif

Also try to make it one shop only. Best possible would be from Finland, this shop for example: jimms.fi
If not Finland then EU. The Swiftech Komodo block would be nice too, but only if it is sold in EU, since it would cost ridiculous amounts of money otherwise.

Maybe I can get everything at Bacata since that is Swiftech's RMA site for EU

Have you tried highflow.nl in the Netherlands? They usually have a pretty good stock of water cooling gear. It looks like they have Komodos in stock too.
post #4275 of 20728
I think I will order from highflow then, but is there any special type of fitting I should be looking for?

Also I need 4 fittings, right?

How many clamps?

Aaaaanndd Where exactly can I get HydrX PM 2 coolant?

Any good rad suggestions? This maybe? http://highflow.nl/radiatoren/2-x-120mm-240/swiftech-mcr220-qp-k-240-radiator.html

FFS this is what happens when I start to watercool...

Shopping in Europe sucks balls. Everything is more expensive and nothing can be acquired.
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Ok I will check them and maybe amazon would work too?

I think I will order from highflow then, but is there any special type of fitting I should be looking for?

Also I need 4 fittings, right?

Right, just make sure that they're 3/8 by 5/8. You can use either compression fittings or barb fittings. I think compression will look nicer and be a bit more secure. That's especially true of our Lok-Seal fittings because you can use a wrench to tighten them. You might also need elbow fittings as I had suggested to jderbs. It's a matter of looks more than anything. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Hey, where's my +Rep? biggrin.gif
Edited by BramSLI1 - 6/25/13 at 11:29am
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You got your rep, now answer the rest of my questions biggrin.gif Actually, please someone else choose the fittings. This is overwhelming me. Just get me compression fittings and whatever clamps I need I have my pump and radiator figured out
Edited by AlDyer - 6/25/13 at 11:44am
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With the ones I had, some started to form some kind of rust within, others after long use the channels started to erode.
After we went with heatkillers, everything was fine.

Just the quality from EK is just not upto par. Compared to Heatkiller, XSPC, Swiftech.
Same reason I wont touch EK Rads and CPU block. Had similar issues with them.

This sounds like you had issues with multiple metals and or you had some of their bad nickle plated blocks. How long ago was this problems you have had, and what kind of blocks did you and "others" have issues with? Blanket EK is bad statements are not helpful, as they are purely slanderous. I'm not trying act like an EK fanboi, I only have 2 products of theirs, but you can't say all of their stuff is bad if one product or process was flawed, at one point in time.
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You got your rep, now answer the rest of my questions biggrin.gif Actually, please someone else choose the fittings. This is overwhelming me. Just get me compression fittings and whatever clamps I need I have my pump and radiator figured out

Just get four of these from HighFlow.
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Sorry not be slanderous towards EK. I used there accetel and nickel blocks. All had the same problems. Can't give you models, don't have listed on me. I had to fight tooth and nail to even get replacement, to go as far to blame me for the corrosion. While it was there full kits that was used. I'm sorry, but I will stand by my decision to avoid EK. Sorry you do not like it.

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