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I could mount a 2x120mm radiator on the top of my case, use a Koolance 5.25" pump / reservior and get a nice Zalman or Danger Den CPU Water Block.
I think mounting the radiator up there will make a huge difference and should work well because its completely away from the heat coming off the pc. That idea is much better than pushing exhaust through the rad by mounting it on the back. Instead of drilling 120mm holes for the fan just suspend it a inch off the top for air to get sucked through it from the bottem and mount the fans on top. Air blowing up. If your ok with that sorta thing I think that idea is sounds promising
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I could mount a 2x120mm radiator on the top of my case, use a Koolance 5.25" pump / reservior and get a nice Zalman or Danger Den CPU Water Block.
You don't want to use koolance either...want me to list out some parts that will give you a very quite system?
    
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Please do. I have no clue when it comes to Liquid Cooling. I'm strickly a silent enthusiast.
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Please do. I have no clue when it comes to Liquid Cooling. I'm strickly a silent enthusiast.
120mm good cfm with very low dba is the key.
If your rad it mounted on the top away from heat, you shouldn't need very high cfm fans to get decent results
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2x40CFM Fans?

yeah at least. what kinda dba are you willin to put up with?
diffrent kinds of radiators requre diffrent levels of cfm, because some rads are denser than others.

Edit: not sayin you gota use these cuz they are expensive, but fans like these are out there that are very low dba and push alot. 18dba 90cfm

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/42...6c15s562#blank

11dba @ 46 cfm
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/52...l?tl=g36c15s60
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That is 120x120x38. If anything, 2x14dBA 72CFM SilentXfans for the radiator and a nice pump with an external radiator that mounts on the back of the case. Oh, and I'm willing to spend $300-450.

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CPU: PM Fstfrddy for a Stinger quote. I'm sure we could work that piece of artwork into this system for you. or http://svc.com/apogee.html
Pump: http://jab-tech.com/Swiftech-MCP655-...p-pr-2982.html
Rad: http://svc.com/bi-gts-240bk.html
Tubing: http://www.jab-tech.com/Masterkleer-...D-pr-3079.html
Fillport: http://www.jab-tech.com/Dangerden-Fi...k-pr-3051.html or you could get a res of your choice. Get a 1/2" "T" adapter and tubing clamps from the hardware store. They are much cheaper there.
Liquid: http://www.jab-tech.com/MCT-5-Non-Co...d-pr-3016.html or http://www.jab-tech.com/Fluid-XP+-Ex...n-pr-3393.html or just snag some zerex from a local auto parts store and pick up a bottle of distilled water.
Fans: http://svc.com/sy-fan-sff21d.html These are a little weak on the CFM for me, but they are very quiet.

SilenX fans are complete BS and the company is built on lies. I have had their fans delt with them before and they are a bunch of scammers. They are much louder and weaker than they rate them at. Don't spend any money with them. You will get quiter fans buying Panaflo or Scythe fans.
    
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Those Scythe S-Flex fans are my case fans.
What about XSPC Passive Reservior for cooling the water that's being stored?
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post #30 of 34
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Those Scythe S-Flex fans are my case fans.
What about XSPC Passive Reservior for cooling the water that's being stored?
*shrug*

I'm not trying to be Capt. Negativity, but you can't get caught up in cooling gimmicks or manufacture ratings. That res is very expensive & I doubt it would make much of a difference...a few degrees at most. I would just keep it as straight forward as I could and get the loudest fan that I think I could handle & buy a fan controller. You may find that noise doesn't bother you as much as you think it does. Just give yourself the option of having better temps and get the fan controller
    
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