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Yea the X is cool to look at, when the arms moving at mind-boggling speeds
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Thanks for the replies guy. Are the alphacool stuff any good? I'm looking for a good GPU block what would you recommend? Also what is that indicator at 2:11? and it looks like the Thermaltake one.
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Originally Posted by tyuwan View Post
Thanks for the replies guy. Are the alphacool stuff any good? I'm looking for a good GPU block what would you recommend? Also what is that indicator at 2:11? and it looks like the Thermaltake one.

You can put a custom rig together that should cool a lot better then one of those...Kit or custom you still have to put it all together your-self...We can help you pick out the parts for a custom rig if you would like..

This is a decent kit..Since you want to run a GPU in the loop also get a 360 rad with it instead of the 240..They will let you do that there its a good place to do business with...

...D-Tek Kit

I think the Swifty 60 GPU block is a good one...You have to use ram sinks with it but you wont be dumping all that heat in your loop either like you would with a full coverage block...It wont be as restrictive either...


....Swiftech MCW60-R Retail VGA Waterblock with Nvidia 8800 G80 Adapter Kit

Here is some good reading for a new WC'er...

...Water Cooling - In English

...Assembling Your Custom WC'ing

...Bleeding my WC setup...

...PC Water Coolant Chemistry - Part I

...D-Tek Fuzion install tip! -( Or why you should clean your new blocks)

...Rad Shroud Testing With and With-Out

...How To: Build A Performance Shroud

...Cooling - An In-Depth Look
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On the raptor side of things there was a guy that posted a mod case I think it was the spiderman case where he installed windows on his HDD's. I cnat remember where he posted it and it was while ago so you would have to search it abit. He used a box thing he built I think with rubber gloves mounted to it so that he could keep the inside dust free while he swapped them out.

Its very risky (IMO) but looks really cool.
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Thanks for all informations guys, I think i should put a custom rig since i want it to looks and works great. My budget is around $500 and I need to start picking picking my part now! Any help would be appreciated
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Pump:
Swiftech MCP655-B 12V Industrial Water Cooling Pump *Without Speed Adjustment* 1/2" Barbs
OR
Swiftech MCP655 12V Industrial Water Cooling Pump 1/2IN Barbs *With Speed Adjustment*


Radiator:
(These following rads are best used with some high CMF fans because they are thick):
HW Labs Black Ice GT Xtreme 240 Dual 120MM Water Cooling Radiator Black 1/2IN Barb
OR if your on a tight budget, this rad:
HW Labs Black Ice Xtreme II Dual 120MM Fan Water Cooling Radiator 1/2IN Barbs

(These following rads are best used with some lower CMF fans because they are thinner and have a less dense cooling fin structure):
Thermochill Pa 120.2 Dual 120MM Fan Water Cooling Radiator 1/2IN Barbs
(the thermochill is thick, but it seems to perform well with both high and low CMF fans, but of course better with high CMF fans)
Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power Dual 120MM Water Cooling Radiator Black G1/4 Threaded

NOTE: These are the 2x120mm size radiator, they also come in 1x120mm, 2x120mm, 3x120mm and the Hw Labs make 4x120mm radiator sizes.

Fans:
High CMF fans will always get you better temps with thick rads.
So if you dont mind noise go with these:
NMB-MAT (Panaflo) 120MM Hydro Wave Bearing Fan 1700RPM 68.9CFM 30DBA
If you like your PC silent, go with these:
Yate Loon D12SL-12 120MM Quiet Cooling Fan 1350RPM 47CFM 28DB

CPU block:
D-TEK Customs Fuzion CPU Water Block (a favorite and block of choice on the forums here.)
OR trailing close behind it:
Swiftech APOGEE GT/GTX

GPU nVIDIA 8800 series:
For you GPU, there are 2 options, a full coverage block that covers everything including the RAM, or one that just covers the GPU core and cools the other parts with passive cooling:
(personally i prefer full coverage but results show that just the core one gives you better temps)
Full coverage:
Ek Water Blocks Full Coverage NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX/GTS
OR
Danger Den Full Coverage NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX/GTS Water Block
Just GPU core coverage for the GTX:
Swiftech MCW60 GPU Water Block for Most NVIDIA & ATI Video Cards

Tubing:
Tygon R-3603 1/2IN ID 3/4IN OD OR 7/16IN ID 5/9IN OD
and/or
Masterkleer Pvc Tubing 1/2IN ID 3/4IN OD OR 7/16IN ID 5/9IN OD
Some like the 1/2IN and some the 7/16IN.

As tygon is more flexable, but also much more expensive than Masterkleer, i suggest you use Tygon for the tight curves you will need in you system, and the cheaper Masterkleer for the straight parts.
Save you some cost that way.

A radbox:
Swiftech MCB-120 "RADBOX" Revision 2 Black
You will need one of these to mount your radiator at the back of your case.

Now you can use what they call a "T" line or a reservoir in your watercooling loop.
Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Clear HI-FLOW Water Cooling Reservoir
OR
For a "T" line you will need 2 parts:
Polypropylene 'T' 1/2IN Barb
and
Danger Den Delrin Fillport W/ Wrench They come in different colors.Blue,black,brass,etc.

Coolant:
For coolant there are many choices you can go with, look up some idea's on the forums.
Pure distilled water with 0% addatives will give you the best temperatures.
For much more detailed info you can go here:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...hlight=coolant
Personally i like these:
UV Reactive Pentosin G11 Coolant Additive (Blue)
You will also need a biocide to kill some evil algae growth in your system.I use this:
Petra'sTech "PT_Nuke" Concentrated Biocide (10mL)

I really like www.petrastechshop.com
I order from them all the time, they have great stuff and some excellent customer service.

For examples on "T" lines and all that take a look at My Rig in my sig bellow.
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Dieser Mann hat einen sehr netten Computer. Aber, ich wettete, daß er zum Produzieren der höheren Taktgeber weites fähigeres ist, als er habe es an.
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Well i am thinking to get this pump but i need suggestion on that

Pump: PUM Laing DDC-Pump 12V Ultra water tank $152


Radiator: around $50.00

could you give me a link to HW Labs Black Ice GT Xtreme 240 Dual 120MM Water Cooling Radiator Black 1/2IN Barb?

Reservoir: AUS Cape Bullseye Professional-Bundle $74

Looks awesome just what i wanted.

CPU Block: D-TEK Customs or Universal Fuzion CPU Water Block $56 or Swiftech Apogee GT/GTX $45

Coolant: UV Reactive Pentosin G11 Coolant Additive (Blue) $5
with PT Nuke $2.50

is 4oz enough?

Tubing: 1/2 or 3/8

Total: $359.50 wow thats alot!!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tyuwan View Post
Well i am thinking to get this pump but i need suggestion on that

Pump: PUM Laing DDC-Pump 12V Ultra water tank $152


Radiator: $50.00

could you give me a link to HW Labs Black Ice GT Xtreme 240 Dual 120MM Water Cooling Radiator Black 1/2IN Barb?

Reservoir: AUS Cape Bullseye Professional-Bundle $74

Looks awesome just what i wanted.

Total: $296 wow thats alot!!


.... GTX240

I'd go for some fans like this if noise isn't really an issue with you..

....Panaflo FBA12G12M1J 120mm High Speed Fan 86.5CFM 35.5dBA

....Sunon 120mm Ball Bearing Fan w/ 3pin 84CFM 35dBA

These are what I use on my GTX..

...108 Sunon

...Panaflo 115cfm
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