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post #1 of 10
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Im looking at buying this gear.
Getting it all shipped to my door for 300Can$

Tell me what you think.
Ive only got 340$ to work with.
If im missing something tell me please.

Feser One Fluid UV CLEAR/BLUE NON-CONDUCTIVE Water Replacement for Liquid Cooling

Antec TriCool 120MM Blue LED Case Fan 3PIN 4PIN W/ 3 Speed Switch

Danger Den G1/4 to 1/2IN High Flow Barb Chrome Fittings (2 Pack)

Swiftech APOGEE GTX LGA775 CPU Water Block 1/2IN Chrome HI-FLOW Barb Fittings

Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Clear HI-FLOW Water Cooling Reservoir 3/8IN & 1/2IN Barb Fittings

Swiftech Smartcoils 625 Blue

Swiftech 7/16IN ID Vinyl Tubing 10 Feet

Swiftech Adjustable Black Hose Clamps for 1/2IN Inner Diameter 3/4IN Outer Diameter Tubing (2 Pack)

Swiftech MCB-120 Radbox Revision 2 Black

Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power Dual 120MM Water Cooling Radiator Black G1/4 Threaded

Swiftech MCP655-B 12V Industrial Water Cooling Pump *Without Speed Adjustment* 1/2" Barbs
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post #2 of 10
Hi.

Looks pretty good. There are any number of variations on a theme, but imho that is a decent roundup.

Couple of notes:

The swiftech reservoir is really good.... but, they are a real pain to clean. I switched to EK reservoirs as they are cylindrical, and both the top and the bottom are removable - much easier to clean.

Smartcoils - Unless you particularly like the look, or more importantly need them to assist in sharp bends then I would drop them.

Lastly - if you wanted to save some cash on coolant, hit up ira-k. He has some great concotions that will save you a little dough.

just me 2-cents.
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post #3 of 10
what will you be cooling? The apogee gt has the same inside if the gtx, you will see a 1-3 degree difference for 25$ more. Do you really need the coils? Otherwise, looks good!
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Cooling a E6600 at 3.22, And a 8800GTX with a DD water block

Im just trying to be careful, I dont want to risk flow by having to tight of a bend.

this is going into a TT armor2 case, with the 25cm fan in the side.
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post #6 of 10
With a 220 rad to cool a cpu with 8800 gpu, you'll get "okay" temps at best - maybe no better than good air cooling. Were you planning to OC, or just wanted to have WCing? since you listed the radbox, I assume you'll mount outside the case. Go with a 360 rad. Might as well spend a few bucks more and get the MCP655 vario.
post #7 of 10
Yeah I would go for a 360 rad to and the vario pump, CrazyJoe and Martin both flow tested the "B" model pump and it flows about 30% less then the vario...D-5

The Apogee GTX block has a aluminum top, I wouldn't go there you can get galvanic corrosion from it.Galvanic corrosion ...You can get copper tops for them to solve that but its costs another $30 bux or so to....

I think the Fuzion is about the best commercial block out now..Fuzion CPU Block.A back-plate should help your mounts if your running a s/775 rig....Dtek FuZion Intel 775 Pro-Mount set

I see you've done your home work on this so i'm not going ot leave you my usually reading list, just be sure to read all the stickies here and you should be fine....

Take your time cleaning and setting up your rig, leak test, leak test, then when your sick of leak testing do it again.....I'll leave you my cleaning and set-up PDF...
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post #8 of 10
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Ira-K, Thanks for the advice... I was hoping you would drop in.

So Im gunna drop the rad and get a 3fan,

As for the Pump, What do you think of this?
Blueline HD20 AC pump.
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post #9 of 10
if i were you id go with the tried and true D-5V, or DDC3.2 (aka MCP655 and MCP355 respectively) and a custom top for teh DDC, like XSPC's reservoir top.

the disadvantage of AC pumps is that you have to turn them on seperately from the PC.
forget it? PC dead. you can make something so they turn on the same time, but its not worth the trouble IMHO.
post #10 of 10
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Ira-K, Thanks for the advice... I was hoping you would drop in.

So Im gunna drop the rad and get a 3fan,

As for the Pump, What do you think of this?
Blueline HD20 AC pump.
I like it....Thats about the same spec's as the Iwaki 20 RL....Just stick it on a relay so it will come on with your comp, look in my sig and get the model# of the Crydom relay that I use, you can get them on e-bay for 10 bux or so and they are really good ones... And be sure to put the pump right before your rad so it will knock off some of the heat dump from it...

They are a little louder then the DC pumps but I cant hear mine over my fans anyway....
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