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Petra's Tech DDCT-01s Custom Delrin DDC Pump Top for MCP350/355
$28.95

Swiftech MCB-120â„¢ Rev. 2 Radbox Radiator/fan housing - Black
$17.95

HydrX Extreme-Duty UV Coolant
$3.29

HW Labs Black Ice GTX360 - Black
x2 High Flow 1/2 ID fittings
$119.95

Tygon R3603 7/16in. ID 5/8in. OD Laboratory Tubing # AAC00033
10 feet(+17.55)
$19.50

x3 3-Pin Extension Cable 12"
$8.85

x3 Panaflo 120x38mm Ultra High Speed FBA12G12U1BX by NMB-MAT
3-pin Panaflo Tail
$44.85

Breeze Miniature Hose Clamp 7/32 in. to 5/8 in.
$3.60

Thermalright HR-09S Mosfet Cooler
$19.95


Total: $266.89

Wondering what I should modify. I know the radiator is pricey but they don't have any lower end 360MM ones in stock right now and I just figure it must be better.

I want to order everything from one site. Is my Apogee still up to par for when I move up to a quad? That is my main goal for this cooling system.

Also I know it's not water cooling but I am concerned about my mofsets. I used to use the smaller swiftech mofset sinks on my P5N32-E SLI 680i, but these coolers on this board are pretty freaking hot and big. Even with the mofset sinks being large on this board they are really pretty hot. Think I should grab the thermalright or just use the swiftechs for the time being?

Thanks
post #2 of 26
Go with all 1/2 tubing and fittings.

What blocks are you getting? or did I accidentally look over them..
EDIT: Nevermind, I see in your sig. Apogee GT. Considering the GTX, maybe?
    
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Go with all 1/2 tubing and fittings.

What blocks are you getting? or did I accidentally look over them..
EDIT: Nevermind, I see in your sig. Apogee GT. Considering the GTX, maybe?
Considering but I didn't know if it was that much better.

I was highly recommend to the tubing I selected for the tighter fit but equal flow to 1/2".

My main question is the 360 GTX vs the 360 BIX. They have the blue BIX in stock for 60ish. Is the GTX worth the cash?
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The GTX probably wont cool but several C better but the pressure drop is a lot less across the rad...
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The GTX probably wont cool but several C better but the pressure drop is a lot less across the rad...
I feel you leaning on the GTX If I get the GTX then I stick with the Apogee GT if I get the BIX I might squeeze in the GTX. Opinions please.

Also is 10' enough for 2 chipset blocks and the cpu block?
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Are you going to be cooling your gpu as well? You probably wont need a triple rad if you're just going to cool your cpu. I have a GTX360:
ambient - 23c
voltage - 1.475
idle - 29-31c
load - around 40c

I have 3 Panaflo fans running undervolted on it. It's probably a little overkill but I'm pretty satisfied except for the size of the thing.
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I feel you leaning on the GTX If I get the GTX then I stick with the Apogee GT if I get the BIX I might squeeze in the GTX. Opinions please.

Also is 10' enough for 2 chipset blocks and the cpu block?
Get the 360GTX and a Fuzion or Stinger... ...I'd get the GTX if it were me...

I'll leave you a parts cleaning PDF be sure to clean your new components....
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Definately the Fuzion. It'll beat the Apogee GT version for cooling and can still beat the Apogee GTX straight out of the box.

Also, the 360GTX, as ira-k stated above.
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Get the 360GTX and a Fuzion or Stinger... ...I'd get the GTX if it were me...

I'll leave you a parts cleaning PDF be sure to clean your new components....
OK you confused me there.

You said to get the GTX and a new CPU block. I can't really afford both. It's either gonna be a BIX and a Fuzion or just a GTX. What would you recommend. Also I sold my 8800GTX today but I just don't use the graphics power of it and don't think I will be going to Vista any time soon. So I wont be cooling my GPU with this system.

I bought a 1950Pro 512MB with the intentions of CF after I get my quad. What are you suggestions on my radiator/cpu block now?

Edit: I could however squeeze in the 240GTX and Fuzion if I drop the mofset cooler. I'm really really trying to stay under 300, but I supposed I should keep in mind that I could sell the GT.
post #10 of 26
If money is tight I would just get a 360 BIX and a Fuzion CPU block...The old BIX is really a good rad since you are going to be using the 115cfm Pana's....

Get the 360 if you have room for it at all it will be a lot better when you add a GPU....
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