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Put some fans on the radiator for a start...

That 1/2" XSPC tubing is really good, its alot more flexable than the tubclair stuff they sell (ive tried both). Id probably buy 4m of the stuff, gives you plenty of hose to play with that way.

3 x £5 fan = £15 (or buy more expensive ones if u wish)
4m XSPC Hose = £10
1Ltr of F1 Water should be enough for you, ive got more components in my loop and its just over 1 litre to fill it.

That looks to be about it I think.
Could you or anyone else recommend any good quality fans? What size also.. 120mm or 80mm?
    
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Could you or anyone else recommend any good quality fans? What size also.. 120mm or 80mm?
Panaflo fans are my fav. You want 120mm. That's what fits on your rad. You also need to decide if you want one side or both sides with fans.
    
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Will both sides decrease temperatures?
    
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yeah, as long as air goes trough the fins, and water trough the tubes
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Nice! Does anyone then know of some very high quality silent or silentish fans I could get.. preferably from the UK.
    
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thermaltake thunderblades. 78CFM @ 23DBa, 3 leds, blue, red, green or all 3.
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thermaltake thunderblades. 78CFM @ 23DBa, 3 leds, blue, red, green or all 3.
Would they be powerful enough to keep my temperatures down if I have 4 of them?
    
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It depends how much you wanna pay for fans, personally I dont like payin £15 per fan so ive got 3 these running on my radiator:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=454

If you've got money to burn you could go for these, (ive never used these but people seem to give them good reviews)
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=453
    
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post #29 of 35
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It depends how much you wanna pay for fans, personally I dont like payin £15 per fan so ive got 3 these running on my radiator:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=454

If you've got money to burn you could go for these, (ive never used these but people seem to give them good reviews)
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=453
Thanks, but £14 per fan is just stupid if I'm getting 4. I'll probably get some Thermaltake Thunderblades off eBay as they're the cheapest there.
    
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Ah ok then, fair play.

So what you decided on then, you stickin to the stuff listed earlier?
    
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