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E6600/8800GTX Water Cooling Ideas?

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Im looking to buy a new MOB, video card, and processor. I am going to get a E6600 and a 8800GTX, and i am wondering whats the best Internal water cooling system?

I want to be able to Move my computer around with out moving my cooling system with it.

The cheaper the better !
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swiftech h20-220+? All in one contained system that might be what you are looking for. Otherwise you'd want to go custom with similar parts to the h20-220.
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Look in this thread there is a parts list and some suggested reading links on the second page....

...http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ggestions.html
Looking for part suggestions
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I the exact CPU and GPU, but running two loops..one for each.

I would recommend a triple radiator at a minimum, I ran two triples which was overkill, but I like it that way.

My original single loop included:

Swiftech MCP655
D-Tek Fuzion - CPU
Swifteck MCW60 - GPU
Swiftech MCR320 x 2 - One would do fine though
Yate Loon D12sl12 fans - 6ea - With a single you might want higher cfm fans.
T-line
7/16" ID x 5/8" OD Tygon

Now I have a second MCP655 and split it out in two loops it's a few C better, but again overkill at least until I add another 8800.


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Originally Posted by Martinm210 View Post
I the exact CPU and GPU, but running two loops..one for each.

I would recommend a triple radiator at a minimum, I ran two triples which was overkill, but I like it that way.

My original single loop included:

Swiftech MCP655
D-Tek Fuzion - CPU
Swifteck MCW60 - GPU
Swiftech MCR320 x 2 - One would do fine though
Yate Loon D12sl12 fans - 6ea - With a single you might want higher cfm fans.
T-line
7/16" ID x 5/8" OD Tygon

Now I have a second MCP655 and split it out in two loops it's a few C better, but again overkill at least until I add another 8800.


Here is my gallery:
http://www.overclock.net/gallery/sho...0/ppuser/32303

wheres your power supply at?
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Originally Posted by t3lancer2006 View Post
wheres your power supply at?


Its mounted vertically on the Tt Armor case, see that blue fan on the top most left of his PC??
Thats the bottom of the power supply.
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