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How many diffrent things can i cool with Watercooling system? i want to go water cooling but im not sure what all i need to cool ( CPU is a given anything else im stupid about ) Im asking because i need to know how much its gonna be but i dont know how much im gonna need to buy, i dont have the most money in the world but i dont have anything else to spend it on. Im thinking about 0$ - uh i unno say 200 - 250?
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If your going to cool your GPU(s) you should use 2 loops IMHO. One card might be OK in a loop with a good pump and a triple radiator.

I watercooled 2 7800GTX and my temps were the exact same as high end air (using a triple radiator, 3x 76CFM fans). If you set your 8 series card's fan speed to 100% it will be able to OC well pass what the card can actually handle so I don't see the need to water cool it.
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Alright so you say dont even go for it its a waste of money? cause if it is, in witch yea i dont NEED it but it would be nice.
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Start reading here:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l-threads.html

Just to get a feel for WC'ing in general. That way you can better assess any advice you get from any source.

You can WC many components - cpu, gpu, chipsets, HDDs, Ram. The components that benefit the most from WC are the cpu and gpu(s). The rest can benefit just as well from air. Whether WC is a waste of money or not is a personal decision, IMO. A good WC setup can beat the best air. Now will that always translate into higher OCs? Maybe not, in some cases. But is always looks cooler!!
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Alright so you say dont even go for it its a waste of money? cause if it is, in witch yea i dont NEED it but it would be nice.
Sorry about my above post, I ment that my CPU temps were the same as air with the 2x 7800GTX in the loop. The gpus were about 25C colder.

But the 8 series already is cold enough when at 100% fan speed for high OCs... I've had 6x 8800GTX (long story) and they all start artifacting or become unstable before temps become a issue. The coolers can handle most OCs by themselves.

If you want to water cool just the CPU than yes, it would be much colder temps if you get a good setup.
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post #6 of 7
For $200-250 about all you can cool is the CPU...

Something like this would be OK, you can look around and buy used gear to save a little $$$$..This would get you started...

.. FuZion CPU Block

..D-5

.. GTS 240 ...I'd get a 360 if you think you might add a GPU to it later on.. GTS 360 ...You need decent cfm fans on that rad...86cfm Pana

....Use this on 1/2" barbs....7/16x5/8"

Just use a t-line...

You can hang your rad on the back of your case with one of these, or just make one....Rad-Box

Take your time putting one together and look around a bit, it will save you $$$ and probably get you a better rig...Stuff you might like to read.

...Water Cooling - In English

...Assembling your Custom Watercooling Setup

...Bleeding my WC setup..

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

...How To: Clean out a D-Tek Fuzion CPU Block

...Poll: Push or pull configuration for Radiators

...Part 1- Temp's with and with-out shrouds

...How To: Make any Sized shroud in 2 minutes

...PC Water Coolant Chemistry - Part I

...Cooling - An In-Depth Look
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post #7 of 7
u can cool cpu,gpu,nb,sb,hdd,ram,psu even.

now should u cool all of these hell mofo No

2 loop with big rads and good pumps will cool almost anything (see almost) as long as u can fit it in ur case or heck even out of it. the enemy is heat and good heat dissipation will lead to good temps.
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