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I finally got round to sorting out my watercooling setup!!!

So i thought I would make a thread showing my log

My watercooling is for my sig rig, and the watercooling parts I am using are as follows:

Laing DDC w/ Petra's Top DDCT-01s
Swiftech Apogee
Swiftech MCW-60
XSPC Triple 120mm Radiator X-Flow Single Pass
7/16" ID 5/8" OD Masterkleer Tubing
T-Line
Dual Floppy Bay Res
SilenX 120mmx25mm Fans 14dBa, 64CFM

So right now i have all of the above apart from the Pump and the Res, and both should be here today or tomorrow

Some teaser pics to start off:

Revealing Blue UV Dye... mmmmmm




My New XSPC Rad:










Apogee and MCW-60







I got a real deal on that Rad.. It should have been £45 ($90) but i got it for £20 ($40) in a sale! ... Its nice and thick, and has a nice chrome casing. It is X-Flow with one barb top right and one barb bottom left, which will be good for me as it will mine i can route the outlet of my pump along the bottom of my case to the rad, and then the outlet from the top of the rad will lead straight to the cpu... Great management

More pics as soon as i get my res and pump (likely tomorrow morning)
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Looking good so far. I really like the look of that rad.
  
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Looking good so far. I really like the look of that rad.
Yeh it does look suprisinly good doesn't it!

It supposedly performs better than Black Ices so i am eagerly awaiting gettin it running

Its nice and thick aswell, over twice as thick as the BIP i used to have!
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Ok so i just hooked up my fans to my rad and seriously... i am stunned at how quiet they are... i seriously thought they werent on lol..

i have them hooked up by my case, and my HSF with quiet 18dBa fan is louder than my rad with 3 silenXs!! And damn... the 3 together move ALOT of air!

I take back my comments about SilenX's being overrated, they are quality!...
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Are you putting the MCW-60 on the 8800? What kind of RAM sinks did you get for the card?
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Are you putting the MCW-60 on the 8800? What kind of RAM sinks did you get for the card?
yeh the MCW-60 is going on the 8800GTS... I bought it off shifty, and it came with the G-80 Adapter, and 8 blue heatsinks (I think they are the zalman ones)

apparently the MCW-60 is a sick waterblock for the 8800 so im looking forward to reducing my 60C idle
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With the MCW-60 on my GTS, I LOAD at 45C! Love the block! Just FYI, you will need at least 11 RAM sinks, since you have 10 modules of RAM, and then the compositing chip needs one as well. In addition to that, you will need PWM heatsinks. I use these, and hopefully you can find some in the UK! If not, I would be happy to ship some to you.
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damn... is there no way i can use it with just 8 for the time being?..

i could put on a large heatsink that ive had for a while over like 3 chips or something lol
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Looks good, you'll like your new 8800 temps with the MCW60 it's a great block.
    
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Is your rad the XSPC R360?
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