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the thing is , i wana order once , and once only , i dont have a credit card soo will ask a family member to order the stuff , but its a mission for me to buy stuff online withought a credit card......


as long as they ship internationally i dont mind where the stuff comes from , im happy to get the 360 rad + a 120mm single rad....you think that would be sufficient?

also , say I order the loop like :

cpu , gpu1 , gpu2 , nb.....by the time the water gets to the nb , or even gpu 2 , wont it be boiling>??????
not if it's laid out appropriately.. I'd personally put 1x120 rad -> cpu -> 780i -> 3x120 rad -> GPU0 -> GPU1 -> Res/T -> Pump..

Problem with that is that I assume you want that 360 in the top of your case.. that means more tubing, which defeats the purpose of routing things in an exact manner.

Again, this is my approach, but for the best performance, I'd sling the 360 GTX off the back of the case with a Radbox and put the 120 in the top of the case.

P.S: What blocks are you using? one D5 may be a tad light if you're trying to stay over 1 GPM


EDIT: Beat me to it there Gir.. (MCR-220 is an awesome slim rad btw)
Edited by FearMeansControl - 5/17/08 at 12:15pm
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post #22 of 27
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BIX 360 = Black Ice extreme 360?


if im cooling all my stuff with water , my case should be pretty much ambient inside , and iv got a massive fan on the side aswell , soo im pretty sure the air would be cool , maybe 1c more than outside........

i want everything internal as i go to lans a bit , currently my curent wc setup is external and is a mission to move around!


I was thinking mounting the 360 ontop of the case ....if i mounted the 220 at the back of my case externally , it will get all the hot air from the psu soo i dont think thats such a good idea?
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regarding you layout your suggesting , it would look like this a good setup....

Resouvour > pump > 1x120rad > cpu > NB > 3x120rad > gpu1 > gpu2 > resouvour? like that?
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i feel that that rad should be plenty for what you are trying to do
    
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You can try cooling all that with a single BIX360, but I'm telling you that you won't get very good temps. You either need to sacrifice watercooling the GPUs or sacrifice the internal mounting and mount another rad on the back. And the psu exhaust won't effect temps very much at all as long as the other fans are doing their job.

But hey, if you get the BIX360 and it's enough for all of those, I will concede defeat.....
Edited by TnB= Gir - 5/17/08 at 12:27pm
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ok not arguing .......


this would do the job :

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...3e3a37bf3b826b



the 1x120mm rad i can mount internally at the bottom of my case or back......
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ok not arguing .......


this would do the job :

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...3e3a37bf3b826b



the 1x120mm rad i can mount internally at the bottom of my case or back......
i've always wondered where people manage to fit those monstrosities
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