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Hello all. Grownup job has afforded me the opportunity to graduate to watercooling, I currently have a corsair 400c case, 4770k cpu, and will only be watercooling the cpu. Eventually I would like to expand the setup for cooling 2 titan x's(or whatever is more powerful) in the next few months.


For the block to sit on my 4770k I went with the ek supremacy evo.
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo-original-csq

I chose a pump / reservoir combo
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xres-140-revo-d5-pwm-incl-pump

and for the radiator I went with the EK coolstream XE 360
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-xe-360-triple

I picked up 8 ek compression fittings although I think I should only need 6 with this setup. Can drop down to 6 to save 11 bucks. I chose them since most other fittings I saw on different sites were 6-8 dollars apiece and this would allow me to buy everything together.
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-acf-fitting-10-13mm-nickel

For coolant and tubing I was planning on just picking it up at microcenter nearby since EK is currently out of stock of the longer sections of clear primochill. And their coolant seems overpriced but I am up for suggestions.


Any and all feedback greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 11
I don't have much time to really look through your list in detail but all looks good except you may want to add a Y splitter or something similar and some sort of a ball valve for a draining solution.
post #3 of 11
You can save a few bux by going wtih d5 varios pump instead of pwm. You don't really need to change flow rate that much. I personally like varios pump better, because there is a quick max fan speed button with Asus motherboards. When I max the pump speed too, the water becomes a little more turbulent than i like.

I personally don't like EK radiators. They are unnecessarily big, I think the core is about 7mm smaller than overall size on each side than overall dimension. On, alphacool and HWLab radiators this space is only 5mm. They also come with a little pieces of metal to prevent you from screwing in too deeply. But this is entirely personal preference.

My recommendation for watercooling nowadays is till error on the side of cosmesis. Performance is so similar between brands. With regards to fittings, you can never have enough fittings. Watercooling can be extremely time intensive, especially if you are doing hard tubing. Having your build stall because of a few missing fitting is a terrible waste of time. That's my 2ct.
post #4 of 11
The radiator you have chosen is an extremely good one. Make sure it can fit in the case. It has similar performance to the Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 360mm. These two radiators are the best as indicated by this review.

Moreover, you need to pick good performing fans for radiators. If you want to use a slim radiator, then go for the Black Ice Nemesis GTS 360mm.

Again, what tubing are you going for? Your selections looks very good.
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post #5 of 11
Personally, I am not a fan of the all EK systems. They make great blocks, but their res looks kind of cheap next to an XSPC Photon or MMRS, and the rads (excluding the historically bad SE series) perform well but also don't have as nice construction as the HWL.

You may want to rethink the fittings and tube size. 10/13 is very thin walled and kinks easily, which often makes tube routing more difficult with runs longer and loopier than they should be. 10/16 (3/8" x 5/8") is much easier to work with and looks more substantial in the case.

EK coolant is rebranded Mayhems X1, nothing more. A 100ml bottle of X1 concentrate will run you $5.99 at PPC.

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Originally Posted by NeeqOne View Post

Moreover, you need to pick good performing fans for radiators. If you want to use a slim radiator, then go for the Black Ice Nemesis GTS 360mm.

Agreed, good fans play a big part. Way too many expensive loops around with mediocre fans. Stick with the GTs, Vardars, eLoops.

And the GTS will outperform many thicker rads at low and moderate fan speeds. Probably the best rad around for a quiet system.
Edited by ciarlatano - 8/11/16 at 5:16am
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Agreed, good fans play a big part. Way too many expensive loops around with mediocre fans. Stick with the GTs, Vardars, eLoops.

And the GTS will outperform many thicker rads at low and moderate fan speeds. Probably the best rad around for a quiet system
.

This. Vardars are quiet and very good and moving air through radiators.

(this isn't at you @ciarlatano, for OP)
Also, when looking at those reviews from extreme rigs, you need to look at the speed you are planning to run the fans at, personally I think 1300rpm range is good, quiet and performs well. But I wouldn't automatically look at what the radiator will do at 1850rpm, if you don't plan to run it at 1850. In this case, the radiator you chose does come out on top for 1300rpm which is great, but at different fan speeds all the radiators are moving around edging each other out.

I am personally a fan of the HWLabs rads, have one on the way as we speak.


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If you plan on getting it all from EK, check the kits section. The P and X kits seem to fit what you're already planning to buy and should be a little cheaper this way.
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post #8 of 11
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If you plan on getting it all from EK, check the kits section. The P and X kits seem to fit what you're already planning to buy and should be a little cheaper this way.

My only gripe with the kits are that they dont use 3/8 1/2 inch fittings+tubes. I want to have it be expandable in the future and would prefer to stick with that ID OD to give me the most options for future hardware.
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My only gripe with the kits are that they dont use 3/8 1/2 inch fittings+tubes. I want to have it be expandable in the future and would prefer to stick with that ID OD to give me the most options for future hardware.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-kit-p360

This kit uses 3/8 1/2 fittings and tubing.

Edit: and this one, with the radiator you want. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-kit-x360
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I agree on the kit, will make it much easier for the first time and give you lots of future to plan your upgrades while enjoying the water cooling phenomenon now and saving a few bucks.
 
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