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Very good idea but I would imagine all the blocks come with the brackets ect. The thing is that there are SO many different parts ect. I have done the googling I see people here all the time give suggestions on parts with lists explanations ect.
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Very good idea but I would imagine all the blocks come with the brackets ect. The thing is that there are SO many different parts ect. I have done the googling I see people here all the time give suggestions on parts with lists explanations ect.

You only need:

a pump: for example Swiftech MCP-655. You can buy a EK top with that so its nice looking.
Fittings and clear/color Tubing (personal taste)
Reservoir: tube or bay res (personal taste) I have the EK spin reservoir and its awsome!
Fluid: dist. water or pre mixed fluid (Feser for example)
Rad: 60mm or 30mm thick, that depends on your case and space.
CPU and GPU block (personal taste) from EK/swiftech etc.
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Okay after doing some research I came up with these parts:

CPU Block: Koolance CPU 380i
Seemed to have the best performance

GPU Block: EK-FC Titan
I am guessing this is will fit the 780? advice needed here!

360MM RAD: XSPC EX 360MM RAD
I am guessing this is the best one I can get? Dont know how it will fit in my Switch 810? Want it to be quiet!

240MM RAD: XSPC RX 240MM RAD
Guessing this one is good? Want them to be quiet!

Fittings: Bitspower ultimate
Do not know how many of these I will need? What size or angles?

Pump: Swiftech MCP-350
I want something that's quiet gives good flow and adjustable from what I saw allot of the 12V ones where loud??

Reservoir: I have no idea? Like the tube looking ones!

Tubing: I can get it from my local microcenter

Fans: 11X Corsair SP-120 quiet editions

Accessorizes

Corsair White extensions

Monsoon stop fitting for the RES

Petra Tech Shop gel stuff for mounting the pump

Lamptron Fc5 v2 fan controller

Phobya Fan splitter



Tha'ts where I am at so far still figuring things out some guidance would be great.
Edited by ZaG - 6/19/13 at 10:00pm
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