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Well, I think I am finally content with the overall setup of my watercooling system. It consists of...

Swiftech MCP-655
Full Tygon 1/2ID 5/8OD
Enzotech CPU Block SCW-1
Enzotech NB and SB cooler 1/4" SNBW-SLI
Thermaltake 5.25HD bay watercooler. (Necessary... Fujitsu 15k sas :-)
Dual Danger Den Stealth 120 X-Flow radiators.

I will get pics tonight.

The CPU LOADS @ 31C and idles @ 25C. NB is about the same. Proc is a 9600BE Phenom @2.6Ghz Orthos stable. I think the MSI board reads low however every piece of software gave me the same readings and when I would laser temp as close to the cpu without removing the block I never saw anything higher than 31C. Ambient is 21C.

I use a Coolermaster Cosmos which allows for a very handy place to mount dual 120mm radiators. The BEST way to mount these and handle the flow with best cooling performance is in series using the X-Flow design. The normal radiators hurt my temps bad. I suspect flow restriction but I am running a pretty high flow pump.

Only one last thing to add. A pair of 3870's on WC instead of the stock air cooled 8800gt :-)!
post #2 of 17
pics we like pics
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Here she be :-)



It is now bigger. :-p
post #4 of 17
Very nice. Great job. I am thinking about another loop in my setup. I want to have loop for cpu and gpu, and one for NB,SB, and ram. Your build is inspiring for a noob like me.
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I like the two different size hoses in there. I wish I had a separate loop just for my video card. What size hose would you use on the crossfire? You going to put that into the CPU loop?
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post #7 of 17
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I have ZERO problems with heat anywhere so I would just throw the two GPU's in after the CPU and straight up to the first radiator. It was the pair of Splitters that made dual pipe possible. It also helps keep flow to the parts that require the most. :-)
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Here she be :-)

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Sorry, I don't know how to make the image bigger. :-/
Beautiful! That 8800gt looks like my onld 7600gt
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HAHA and thanks for the image noob update! +Rep
post #10 of 17
Looks like its working well for you......Thanks for the pic's...
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