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Whats the Best Water/Liquid Cooling for my RIG?

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Cause I've been looking around, and I just want to see if it cools it better.

Or maybe even OIL COOLING!!! Yeah! lol
    
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Get a Dtek Fusion, Thermochill PA.360, MCP655 Pump, 1/2'' ID Tubing, and a res or t-line. You'll be set ^_^
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Get a Dtek Fusion, Thermochill PA.360, MCP655 Pump, 1/2'' ID Tubing, and a res or t-line. You'll be set ^_^
Actually a MCP355 w/Petra top, and Stinger V-8 would be your best setup...
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Actually a MCP355 w/Petra top, and Stinger V-8 would be your best setup...
MCP655>MCP355 in most setups. Unless your loop is going to extend past 15FT, you're better off with the higher flow rate vs increased head.
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MCP655>MCP355 in most setups. Unless your loop is going to extend past 15FT, you're better off with the higher flow rate vs increased head.
The DDC-12V (aka MCP355) with the top actually provide the pump with a greater flow rate while still maintain great head. Still both pumps are more than adequate in any loop.
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Yeah the 18W DDC w/Petra top will out flow the D-5 I just don't know how reliable they are...I've had 3 with no problems but they have had problems with them dying after about 2 weeks....


....http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=117215
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The DDC-12V (aka MCP355) with the top actually provide the pump with a greater flow rate while still maintain great head. Still both pumps are more than adequate in any loop.
Had no idea the top created a better flow rate, so I stand corrected ^_^
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Dont forget fans....I can't recommend any personally (i use some vantecs) but I hear panflows are nice.
    
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Get phase change looking at your rig.
    
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Dont forget fans....I can't recommend any personally (i use some vantecs) but I hear panflows are nice.
Yeah the 120x38mm Panaflo and Sunon are great rad fans...

...http://www.svc.com/fba12g12l1bx.html
Panaflo Fan w/ RPM 68.9CFM 30dBA

...http://www.svc.com/kd1212pmb3-86.html
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108 Sunon

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