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Hi, I'm currently configuring my first water cooling loop. I want to cool both my CPU and my GPU. No VRM or mosfet or RAM cooling though.

Here's the list of things I have put together so far:

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/LeMonarque/saved/1Tda

All of that seems pretty no-brainer, but the one thing I am having trouble figuring out is exactly how many fittings I would need to complete that CPU-GPU loop.
I would prefer compression fittings. Also, if anybody notices anything about the loop I have configured and wants to give any advice, that would be greatly appreciated! thumb.gif

Thanks for reading, and thanks for any help!smile.gif
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Hi, I'm currently configuring my first water cooling loop. I want to cool both my CPU and my GPU. No VRM or mosfet or RAM cooling though.

Here's the list of things I have put together so far:

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/LeMonarque/saved/1Tda

All of that seems pretty no-brainer, but the one thing I am having trouble figuring out is exactly how many fittings I would need to complete that CPU-GPU loop.
I would prefer compression fittings. Also, if anybody notices anything about the loop I have configured and wants to give any advice, that would be greatly appreciated! thumb.gif

Thanks for reading, and thanks for any help!smile.gif

Compression fittings are the best, and it looks like you need 12. Its up to you to decide if you want right straight etc.
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