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hello guys,
i'm planing to buy two of the h110 closed cooler by corsair in a few in order to cool my setup wich is actually runing a am3 fx8150 + a gtx680.

i really want to replace to tubing -since i have a lianli from 2005 with reverted mobo tray-

im really into know how the tubing "fixation" works.

here's a picture


how do i get ride if this ? do i need to twist/cut/pull it ?
also witch of the tubing is the inlet and witch is the outlet?


let me know guys
thanks

and before you guys tell anything, ive already seen many post/thread that says this build is kinda worthless... but a dedicated watercooling setup is much much more expensive and i dont have that much money to put in... and this because im planning to buy a second gtx680 when price will drops. (hopefully) the one i getting is already a second hand btw...
Edited by cowdenc - 3/5/13 at 2:48pm
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no point in buying an inferior product anymore. Look into the Swiftech H220, with a pump that is manufactured by Swiftech, and is made to be modded and added upon without voiding your warranty or tearing your All in one apart.

So if you want to add an extra radiator for better cooling you can, and the pump on the swiftech will more than efficient at handling it.
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Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post

no point in buying an inferior product anymore. Look into the Swiftech H220, with a pump that is manufactured by Swiftech, and is made to be modded and added upon without voiding your warranty or tearing your All in one apart.

So if you want to add an extra radiator for better cooling you can, and the pump on the swiftech will more than efficient at handling it.

very interesting thanks, it cost a bit (actually 10$ more) than the h110 but looks more the thing i need.
and this seems to solve my issue.
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Modding a CLC to include a GPU is just a flat out bad idea based on what I've heard multiple times.

Get a proper device which actually is meant to be modded, the Swiftech is an idea.


Or you can do what I did. Get a high end air cooler for $60 for your CPU.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/0_100
Mount 120mm rads to each of your GPUs with dwood's brackets from triptcc.com
for a total of $40 for cooler $10 for the mounting bracket.

Vastly superior to putting one single loop for an octacore plus two high TDP cards.

Of course, this is a case that really didn't have an optimal selection for positioning rads... messy.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/0_100#post_16255098



Temps rarely will hit above 60C if you use CLC's on your GPUs
and you can maintain high overclocks with a $50 heatsink for your CPU
post #6 of 15
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well, i foung the cpu block + pump from swiftech only, ill buy two rads, a gtx680 waterblock and i'm set. this not exceed 500$ so im cool twith that

im not sure if am3 fits my am3+ socket.... do you guys have any intel on taht..... im pretty sure its the same.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16153/ex-blc-1121/Swiftech_Apogee_Drive_II_Pump_and_CPU_Waterblock_Combo_-_Sockets_AMD_APD2-AMD.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16975/ex-blc-1216/XSPC_Razor_nVidia_GTX_680_Full_Coverage_VGA_Block_-_Black_-_Reference_Design_new_style.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13545/ex-rad-262/Swiftech_MCR220-XP_eXtreme_Performance_Dual_120mm_Slim_Radiator_-_MCR220-XP.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11501/ex-tub-172/Bitspower_Chrome_G14_Barb_Fitting_-_12_ID_BP-WTP-C01.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2122/ex-mis-02/12_ID_-_58_OD_PVC_Clear_Tubing.html

here the fans im gonna throw at it...
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8125/fan-499/Delta_120mm_x_38mm_Extreme_Speed_Fan_-_Bare_Wire_-_120_CFM_AFB1212HHE-F00.html

ill take some XTREM thermal pads to replace the ones provided with the vga block (kinda expensive, but im gonna overclock)
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17504/thr-185/Fujipoly_Ultra_Extreme_System_Builder_Thermal_Pad_-_Mosfet_Block_-_100_x_15_x_10_-_Thermal_Conductivity_170_WmK.html

here's the loop;

the fans are gonna be between the two radiators.


do you guys validate upon this?
still... tips and advices are more than welcome, it will be my first wc setup



/edit
Quote:
Modding a CLC to include a GPU is just a flat out bad idea based on what I've heard multiple times.
Get a proper device which actually is meant to be modded, the Swiftech is an idea.
Or you can do what I did. Get a high end air cooler for $60 for your CPU.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/0_100
Mount 120mm rads to each of your GPUs with dwood's brackets from triptcc.com
for a total of $40 for cooler $10 for the mounting bracket.
Vastly superior to putting one single loop for an octacore plus two high TDP cards.
Of course, this is a case that really didn't have an optimal selection for positioning rads... messy.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/0_100#post_16255098

yeah i was at the first time thinking of this, but i want still to watercool my fx since it runs at 4.6ghz @1.44v temps are kinda high 55° at load (wprime 1024m)
i actually own a zalman cnps990max but its not enough to keep my cpu cool, although the weather is kinda warm where i live.... usually 30° room temp everyday.
Edited by cowdenc - 3/5/13 at 6:05pm
post #7 of 15
AM3 and AM3+ are the same thing in terms of mounting coolers. Don't get that block for the GPU though, heatkillers are the best on the market

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16431/ex-blc-1167/HEATKILLER_GPU-X_GTX_680_Hole_Edition_Reference_Design_Full_Coverage_Water_Block_-_Nickel_Black_15521.html?tl=g30c311s1631

or

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/15718/ex-blc-1097/HEATKILLER_GPU-X_GTX_680_LT_Reference_Design_Full_Coverage_Water_Block_13105.html?tl=g30c311s1631

Make sure you have a reference PCB before buying a block though. If it's not a reference board you'll have to get a universal water block

If you order from pc performance, we have a rep here for them too. They also give us 5% off using our promo code which I'll PM to you

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_578&products_id=34866

If you can't get heatkiller, get aquacomputer.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_999&products_id=34512

sandwiching fans between radiators like that will cause an increase in temps


http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?220874-More-Radiator-Sandwich-testing
Edited by SpykeZ - 3/5/13 at 6:31pm
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rofl you wont beleve it... i did just get a 7970dc2t with its waterblock for under its retail pricing....
SO THE PLAN HAS CHANGED














....and i'm happy.
post #9 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post

no point in buying an inferior product anymore. Look into the Swiftech H220, with a pump that is manufactured by Swiftech, and is made to be modded and added upon without voiding your warranty or tearing your All in one apart.

So if you want to add an extra radiator for better cooling you can, and the pump on the swiftech will more than efficient at handling it.

I've not looked into many other reviews, but the H220 has not out performed the H100i in any that I've seen.
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If you going custom, where is the reservoir in your list. You will need one to fill the coolant, which you will also need.
    
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