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I need it too cool a 980ti and 5930k

Somebody said nemesis, but when i checked theres several versions.
Edited by gree - 2/2/16 at 7:34pm
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depends on what you're looking for. Do you want the best performance with high rpm fans or do you want the best performance with low rpm quiet fans? Are higher restriction rads an issue for you?

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/

this should give you a good start to figuring out what is best for you.
    
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depends on what you're looking for. Do you want the best performance with high rpm fans or do you want the best performance with low rpm quiet fans? Are higher restriction rads an issue for you?

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/

this should give you a good start to figuring out what is best for you.

That says the nemisis 360 lol but theres several models

Also im running pull only and the test are done in push or push and pull.

Im planning on pwm fans, so if they can go highh if they need to.
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That says the nemisis 360 lol but theres several models

Also im running pull only and the test are done in push or push and pull.

Im planning on pwm fans, so if they can go highh if they need to.

the nemesis gts is the 30mm thick one you'd be looking at. Spend some time reading up on the different 30mm rads they tested and see how they perform in push at various rpms and flow rates. You using pull isn't going to make a huge difference over push and that rad roundup link i posted is the most thorough testing of various rads you're going to find.
    
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the nemesis gts is the 30mm thick one you'd be looking at. Spend some time reading up on the different 30mm rads they tested and see how they perform in push at various rpms and flow rates. You using pull isn't going to make a huge difference over push and that rad roundup link i posted is the most thorough testing of various rads you're going to find.

Theres 3 nemesis 30mm tho, 1 isnt gts tho

Nemesis 360 gts ultra stealth u flow
Nemesis 360 gts xflow ultra stealth cross flow
Nemesis L series 360 stealth
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Theres 3 nemesis 30mm tho, 1 isnt gts tho

Nemesis 360 gts ultra stealth u flow
Nemesis 360 gts xflow ultra stealth cross flow
Nemesis L series 360 stealth

the u flow has the standard "U" flow pattern which most rads use where water enters and exits the same end of the rad

the x flow has a different flow pattern where water enters one end of the rad and exits the opposite end of the rad. These are nice for certain case configurations where space is limited. You do take a small performance hit though over the traditional U flow design.

I'm unfamiliar with the L series rads, can't help you there.
    
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the u flow has the standard "U" flow pattern which most rads use where water enters and exits the same end of the rad

the x flow has a different flow pattern where water enters one end of the rad and exits the opposite end of the rad. These are nice for certain case configurations where space is limited. You do take a small performance hit though over the traditional U flow design.

I'm unfamiliar with the L series rads, can't help you there.




So I'm reading that a U flow is better when I just googled it.
That's the build I'm trying to mimic. Would u say a u flow would better cool with a small case with a 5930k and 980 ti
Edited by gree - 2/2/16 at 9:21pm
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So since my case is only using a single rad and its gonna be a tight fit (60mm thickness max including fans) the xflow would be better?

hard to say without knowing the case, the mounting location of the radiator and all other components, what components are being used, and what loop order you will be using. Spend some time searching for the watercooling guides in this forum and read up on those. Drawing out your case, components, and different loop orders on paper is very useful in making these decisions.
    
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It's pump/res to gpu to cpu to rad

100ml res
D5 pump


And either 2200rpm or 3000 rpm pwm vardars
Edited by gree - 2/2/16 at 9:43pm
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Update got about 1/2 my parts.
Tripple ff5 vardars, nemesis radiator, bitspower mod kit, xspc vario d5, upgrade kit 100mm. Off camera i have my 980 to bitspowr block

Still waiting for my top to be delivered from Daz


Once i have the money i need a cpu block, the tubes, fittings, and whatever i need to run water.
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