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This is what i plan on getting (links to frozencpu products)

Coolant; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20952/ex-liq-366/Feser_One_Non_Conductive_Cooling_Fluid_-_1000_ml_-_Pure_Red.html?tl=g30c337&id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=534#blank

CPU Block and Pump; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16153/ex-blc-1121/Swiftech_Apogee_Drive_II_Pump_and_CPU_Waterblock_Combo_-_Sockets_AMD_APD2-AMD.html?id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=2445#blank

Radiator; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12702/ex-rad-227/Magicool_Extreme_Dual_120mm_Radiator_-_Slim_Profile_LC-RADI240.html?tl=g30c95s160&id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=2664

Resevoir; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2184/ex-res-104/XSPC_525_Bay_Reservoir_-_Clear_Silver_Black.html?tl=g30c97s168&id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=3818#blank

Tubing; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2293/ex-tub-34/Tygon_R-3603_14_ID_38_OD_-_Laboratory_Tubing.html?tl=g30c99s170&id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=2879

Motherboard Block; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17962/ex-blc-1390/EK_ASUS_Crosshair_V_Formula-Z_Full_Board_Cooling_Block_Kit_-_Acetal_Nickel_CSQ_EK-FB_ASUS_C5F-Z_-_AcetalNickel.html?id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=4454

Fittings; http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10032/ex-tub-600/Bitspower_G14_Thread_14_ID_x_38_OD_Compression_Fitting_-_Matte_Black_BP-MBCPF-CC1.html?tl=g30c409s1031&id=pkDikoom&mv_pc=5782

Am i missing anything?
Also with the pump i want to get (combo one) will i beable to add on 4 RAM blocks and 2 VGA Blocks?
Thanks for the help!
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post #2 of 9
A drain line.

It would help a lot if we could know what you're going to be cooling.

What size are the inlet and outlet barbs on that pump?
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From what i've read around here that might be a little small of a pump to run through 4 blocks and a radiator. 17.5 lph vs 20 from a D5. It's fine for CPU/120 only

I would go with a D5 or 655 variant so the option to add a second pump into the system is easier later if a series pump is required. But I've seen plenty of systems on here with a 4 block setup running a single D5.

Cost goes up about $60.00 initially but its a better option in my opinion.
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I just had to come back and ask:

Why are you using that tiny 1/4" ID hose?
Most people use 1/2", at the least 7/16".
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Originally Posted by >Insomniac< View Post

From what i've read around here that might be a little small of a pump to run through 4 blocks and a radiator. 17.5 lph vs 20 from a D5. It's fine for CPU/120 only

I would go with a D5 or 655 variant so the option to add a second pump into the system is easier later if a series pump is required. But I've seen plenty of systems on here with a 4 block setup running a single D5.

Cost goes up about $60.00 initially but its a better option in my opinion.

pretty sure that is an mcp35x pump on that block thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post

I just had to come back and ask:

Why are you using that tiny 1/4" ID hose?
Most people use 1/2", at the least 7/16".

What do you mean? I'm somewhat new to water cooling, i've always been more towards air. Do you mean just get bigger tubing and fittings?
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What do you mean? I'm somewhat new to water cooling, i've always been more towards air. Do you mean just get bigger tubing and fittings?

yes get 3/8" id x 5/8" od or 1/2" id x 3/4" od tubing and compression fittings unless you just use barbs. then you have a few possibilities for fittings and tubing.
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yes get 3/8" id x 5/8" od or 1/2" id x 3/4" od tubing and compression fittings unless you just use barbs. then you have a few possibilities for fittings and tubing.

i was looking at a better pump like this
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2128/ex-pmp-27/Swiftech_MCP655-B_12v_Water_Pump_w_38_Conversion_Kit_317_GPH.html?tl=g30c107s1802#blank

do i need to get just the compression fittings or do i need to get both barb and compression. sorry im really new ahahaha
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post

I just had to come back and ask:

Why are you using that tiny 1/4" ID hose?
Most people use 1/2", at the least 7/16".

What do you mean? I'm somewhat new to water cooling, i've always been more towards air. Do you mean just get bigger tubing and fittings?
You want to maximize water flow rate. The higher the flow rate, the better the cooling. You can do that by eliminating flow restrictions like small diameter tubing, motherboard blocks and ram cooling. Motherboard blocks and ram blocks look cool, but don't have any effect on overclock ability. When you eliminate the CPU air cooler though, you remove air flow from those components. So, it's a good idea to add a fan blowing on them.

Have you calculated how many watts of heat your components will develop? If you plan on overclocking they will be making A LOT more heat.
Have you looked at how many watts of heat your rad will dissipate, and what airflow and waterflow it needs to do that?

Check out Martin's Liquid Lab.
Edited by billbartuska - 11/27/13 at 5:05am
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