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Check out www.FrozenCPU.com It a great site with tons of parts and great service. Radiator size should be imo the largest you can fit in your case. It all depends on what you have to work with. If you link the exact case I sure there will be recommendations on where to put x amount of rad and what size but it really depends on your case and intentions of internal or external cooling, and get high static pressure fans so the rads work better

Maybe a 120x3 and a 120x2 basic rule is 120 for each component cooled +1 for overclocking +1
but you may fit a dual or triple 140 which has more cooling power than a comparable 120. it all depends on your case, layout, and desired noise level
Edited by MrNishi - 8/22/13 at 1:55pm
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Let me see if I can find it for you- And thanks for the help thumb.gif
     
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post #13 of 19
I like that CoolerMaster v1000 too, im considering upgrading to it later myself. I am still learning too, but what I do is read reviews for weeks to find out which block/pump/rad seems to perform the best. I like to see comparisons with keeping the test bed the same so you might try that.

I personally found the Watercool Heatkiller GPUX^3 nickel 79X0 blocks to perform well and are priced decent. Here are mine: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_578&products_id=34865&zenid=f12f4323f5498738635ff0b5685e64bd

For cooling what you stated, 2 gpu's and cpu, most would recommend at least 2x240 rads. Depending on what fans you want would determine which radiators exactly you would need.

You may consider the XSPC full kits as well, they are priced very nice for what you get.
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I like that CoolerMaster v1000 too, im considering upgrading to it later myself. I am still learning too, but what I do is read reviews for weeks to find out which block/pump/rad seems to perform the best. I like to see comparisons with keeping the test bed the same so you might try that.

I personally found the Watercool Heatkiller GPUX^3 nickel 79X0 blocks to perform well and are priced decent. Here are mine: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_578&products_id=34865&zenid=f12f4323f5498738635ff0b5685e64bd

For cooling what you stated, 2 gpu's and cpu, most would recommend at least 2x240 rads. Depending on what fans you want would determine which radiators exactly you would need.

You may consider the XSPC full kits as well, they are priced very nice for what you get.

The V is a Seasoinc KM3 PSU so its the same PSU as the Corsair AX760/860 and Seasonic X and Platinum

The V is just cheaper then any of those
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The V is a Seasoinc KM3 PSU so its the same PSU as the Corsair AX760/860 and Seasonic X and Platinum

The V is just cheaper then any of those

Ha just read your quote under your name, makes sense. Thanks for the tip
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Ha just read your quote under your name, makes sense. Thanks for the tip

Even the major brands has some crap hiden under their name so you never know
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Even the major brands has some crap hiden under their name so you never know

I know you get asked a ton, but for running 2 possibly 3 7950's, full water loop, and an 8350, would that v1000 be adequate?
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I know you get asked a ton, but for running 2 possibly 3 7950's, full water loop, and an 8350, would that v1000 be adequate?

Am not a power draw expert so not too sure but i think so
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Yeah this case is going to the Kids and wife- Iam getting that Corsair Boxy case its called Air something , sorry forgot the model number. Pretty much everything is getting changed slowly, just last week I managed to swap thr mobo/cpu so iam taking my time to do things right- What I meant with I dont have alot of money is- I dont have access to Mommy and Daddys Credit card,I gotta actually work for my stuff. If that came off being rude then I guess iam sorry? Anyway I will not be selling any of my parts the gpus will go to my kids and wifs build beacuse I have a budget for gpus I started saving for those a few months ago. Iam still not sure i might wait and see how the Radeon 9970 does, if not a pair of 7970s or 3 hopefully? ........Just trying to get a ruff estimate how much a custom loop might go for,I didnt wanna buy a closed loop its to easy plus you dont have the good looking parts like the custom loops. But thank you for any input I appricate it:thumb:
Yes sir these cards are refrence both of them- Msi refrence design Radeon 6970..... Just saw a heatkiller block on ocn for $45 bucks, I can pick up 2 of those then what size radiator x 2? Is there a specific brand-name for Radiators btw? So if I got this correct i would need 6 120 radaitors to cool 2 gpus and 1 cpu? You said 2 for each right?

Most of us work for our stuff. I was just warning you even a well planned loop costs more than you budget.
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