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Quick advice about my parts:

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Ok so I've selected some parts I'm going to use to water cool my rig. I plan on adding blocks for my GTX670s so eventually I'll have 6 fans in push/pull. Are my selected parts compatible? I remember reading awhile ago about not mixing different metals? Other than that I'm ready to go.

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For that setup with 1 x i5 3570K and 2 670GTX you will need more than a triple rad . With push pull configuration probably you will have a little better temps , but don't expect high overclock .
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You don't really need a bigger rad, but it would help.

My understanding is people say here the general rule is 120mm rad per block? Of course that is bare minimum?

Either way, if you're getting a raystorm block and d5 bay res pump you might as well buy
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19406/ex-wat-252/XSPC_Raystorm_Customizable_RS360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Dead-Water.html

and get an extra rs360 for basically the same price. theres honestly no point in buying a seperate bay res/pump + waterblock for the same price of a water block , bay res pump, AND radiator with fittings screws and locking mechanisms (even comes with the bridge mechanism) smile.gif


Don't get XSPC tubing, if you do tight turns its going to kink, primochill primoflex advanced LRT is a very good tubing which you can twist to extremes without kinks

thats my opinion, wish you the best with your build!thumb.gif
  
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Cheers Hulk, awesome advice. +rep for you both.
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