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Smart move, man smile.gif

I'm interested in the reply to this question as well, as I'll do the same thing with the same board (Maximus VI Formula).

If I recall correctly, the tubing for this kit is 5/8 ID X 3/4 OD........so you'd need the tubing of your choice in that size, plus 2 barb fittings for the Cross Chill in G 1/4 X 5/8 and clamps. Flow restriction for the stock Cross Chill seems pretty negligible (based on JackNaylor's post in the Formula Owner's thread), so I think the pump should be able to handle it just fine.

Since I'll have to get tubing to add CrossChill into the loop, might as well replace it all, as I'd want it to be red tubing anyway.

I don't have my cooler or comp built yet though, if the experienced people here say otherwise, definitely go with their recommendation.

I just wanted to correct you, its ID 3/8 and OD 5/8 thumb.gif

Regarding the vrm coolers, I would see if EK has them, they usually make them for asus boards, then just get ID 3/8 barbs, hose, and clamps. You can use compression fittings and such as well if its in the budget. I personally never water cooled a motherboard, Its mostly for looks (at least currently) but boy it looks good.
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I just wanted to correct you, its ID 3/8 and OD 5/8 thumb.gif

Regarding the vrm coolers, I would see if EK has them, they usually make them for asus boards, then just get ID 3/8 barbs, hose, and clamps. You can use compression fittings and such as well if its in the budget. I personally never water cooled a motherboard, Its mostly for looks (at least currently) but boy it looks good.

Thanks for that correction! I was working off the top of my head, should have opened a new tab to research the correct sizes.

Guys in the Formula Owner's thread are reporting -20C temps (Asus claims -23C) just using the stock Cross Chill, so it seems very good! EK or others would be better of course, just depends how much you want to pay smile.gif And if you're carrying over a particular styling theme.

I'm too poor to get deep into watercooling frown.gif So the "free" stock Cross Chill is the option for me.
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Thanks for that correction! I was working off the top of my head, should have opened a new tab to research the correct sizes.

Guys in the Formula Owner's thread are reporting -20C temps (Asus claims -23C) just using the stock Cross Chill, so it seems very good! EK or others would be better of course, just depends how much you want to pay smile.gif And if you're carrying over a particular styling theme.

I'm too poor to get deep into watercooling frown.gif So the "free" stock Cross Chill is the option for me.

Oh yeah that would work, I looked up the maximus vi and it looked like they didnt have the stock water cooler on it and thought maybe there were 2 versions. Guess asus put some nice covers to hide it this time. That was my only issue with the maximus v was the exposed fittings. Man its practically a free upgrade for you since the h220/320 can easily handle that small expansion. Hose will likely be the most expensive part of it biggrin.gif Swiftech fittings are VERY cheap in cost and are what I used when I added my gpu. I just got cheap clamps too, not even the nice metal screw type ones.

A swiftech microres might make the upgrade easier too and isnt very expensive, very universal and easy to mount as well. If you wanted to do it as cheap as possible, it would help out with hose routing as well so you can get the inexpensive straight barbs since bending the hose right out of the h220 pump would likely be too much. You could go from ST MICRO RES>PUMP/CPU>RAD>VRM>RES. If you got fancy with fittings you can likely make it work without the standalone res and do it rad/rez>cpu>vrm but since the fittings dont swap out on the h220 it might be tough. Really though anytime this kit is expanded a stand alone reservoir should be used to make life easier (air bubbles).

Have fun and good luck
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Question to ya'll with "expandable" all in one coolers: how easy is it expand the loop to a graphics card, specifically to something like the Asus rog Poseidon. ( or is that even possible)
     
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Question to ya'll with "expandable" all in one coolers: how easy is it expand the loop to a graphics card, specifically to something like the Asus rog Poseidon. ( or is that even possible)

Its very easy, swiftech even put a video on youtube with one of the evga water cooled cards (i think thats what it was). The pump on the h220 easily handles a gpu. Depending on the gpu and cpu you can still get away with the single 240mm rad that is included as well. I have my 2700k and gtx 770 (with 1.33v overvolt) on the single 240mm rad with great temps but I do run the pump and fans at 100% when gaming. With more radiator space that wouldnt be necessary. Even at lower rpms its still good but I rather run it at 100% since the speakers drown out the fans anyways.
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Thanks a ton ! biggrin.gif hoping to do something like this with my next computer build later this year or early next year
     
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Yeah, super simple....just make sure you test for leaks before plugging in your system. But I guess that goes without saying.
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Anyone know where I could get a new revision of the h220 impeller?
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Anyone know where I could get a new revision of the h220 impeller?

PM me and I might be able to assist you with this.
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I purchased a microres to add to my H320 loop with a second radiator and gpu block. I know that usually the res should be above and feed the pump however I'm struggling with where to place it and have it above the h320 pump.

Since there already a res in the radiator does this matter? Any advice would be appreciated. I got the res as I'm was having problems getting all the air bubbles out.
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