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Thanks man ill have a look
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$ilent i am sure you can get same performance for less money, take a look at EK Rads and a cheaper CPU block maybe EK Supremacy, pair the rads with some GTAP15's and you are set.

Should I get the PE, XT or XTX radiators? The PE and XT lok the same whereas the XTX look alot thicker.

also what size tubing should I use? what about barbs/fittings too?
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I like slightly larger barbs than your tube's ID, I just think it looks clean.  A lot of people go with compression fittings, I use them too, but only because I spent $120 or so buying them a couple years back, and now I have them around.  

 

If I were putting together a loop today, and had no parts, I'd just use some plain black chrome 1/2" barbs with 7/16" ID tubing.  Again, that's just my opinion, and I'm sure if I mentioned that in the watercooling section people would flame me.

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I don't know about the rads but you should definitely get compression fittings.

For me, it seems like 7/16 tubing is the sweet spot. 7/16 compression fittings are pretty common, and if you ran out of compression fittings, you can always use 1/2 barbs with the 7/16, and it will be tight biggrin.gif
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Oh and if you want it to be quiet, radiators doesn't matter that much as long as you have 2 360s. I would recommand you to buy some cheap 1200rpm silverstone fans (got mine $5 each) and put it on your radiators.

Get a fan controller, and dial the speed down to 600-800 rpm. It would be so quiet that you can't even hear it on in the middle of the night.

My D5 EX360 kit with 600tpm silverstones can handle a 4.8Ghz 3770K just fine.
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I need this to handle a 3770k, gtx 679 and r9 290x
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I need this to handle a 3770k, gtx 679 and r9 290x

Post 666 lol.

2 360 rads can probably handle it at low speeds no prob, but if you want it to be really quiet (600-800rpm fans), get 3 360 thumb.gif
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Post 666 lol.

2 360 rads can probably handle it at low speeds no prob, but if you want it to be really quiet (600-800rpm fans), get 3 360 thumb.gif
dual 360 rads would be more than enough. I'd recommend 480mm of rad for good temps. The general rule is 120mm for each item you'll be cooling plus an extra 120mm. Dual 360 rads would be more than enough even when ocerclocked.
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I don't know about the rads but you should definitely get compression fittings.

For me, it seems like 7/16 tubing is the sweet spot. 7/16 compression fittings are pretty common, and if you ran out of compression fittings, you can always use 1/2 barbs with the 7/16, and it will be tight biggrin.gif

 

Haha, see what I mean?  

 

Mike, just get as many rads as your can fit in your case, what is it again?  900D?  Or are you just going to run it all open air still?

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700D case, only problem is rads are expensive lol like £90 for a 360mm rad. Is 1 d5 vario pump enough and normal res size?
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