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post #21 of 35
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er....how much tubing you think i need , iv got 13 feet in the shopping cart....that fine??
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post #22 of 35
There is also an Nforce200 chip which I didn't know about until it was too late. It's on the right. While normal chipset cooling wouldnt cool it, a 780i-certified one will.

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post #23 of 35
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http://www.petrastechshop.com/ek78chwaa.html


that one?? getting that....

heres my FINAL ORDER , please guy can you look over it , im gonna pay hopefully tommorow as paypal will verify my card! plz let me know that whatever I need is their , clips , barbs everything , i know that is my job , and i have checked , and i think it looks good , just need to double check!


have to say , in my life , i have NEVER seen such amazing service as Petra's Tech shop......seriosly...been sending over a dozen emails , asking the guy questions etc........replying within minutes..........if only i could get service like this in south africa would be such a better place!


anyways , here it is!




1
HWL-BIGTX360
HW Labs Black Ice GT Xtreme 360



$124.95
$124.95

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FUZ2-UNI
D-TEK FuZion v2 Universal CPU Waterblock - 1/2"



$64.99
$64.99

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EK780i-ACE
EK-NB 780i Chipset Waterblock (Acetal)



$48.99
$48.99

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MCP655
Laing D5 Vario/Swiftech MCP655 Inline 12V DC Pump



$84.99
$169.98

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HWL-BIGTX240
HW Labs Black Ice GT Xtreme 240



$99.95
$99.95

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MCW60-R
Swiftech MCW60-R GPU Waterblock w/ G80 Adapter Plate



$46.95
$93.90

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IHCK-9800GTX-BLK
Custom 9800GTX Cooling Kit by iandh - Black



$39.95
$79.90

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HCH-BLK
Herbie Clip® Nylon Hose Clamp Size H - Black



$0.30
$4.80

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12-34FESER-UVR
1/2" ID (3/4" OD) Feser Flexible PVC Tubing - UV Red



$2.75
$35.75

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EK-RES150
EK-RES150 Rev.2 Multi-Option Reservoir



$39.99
$39.99

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SLF-1
EnzoTech SLF-1 One-Piece Forged Copper Southbridge Cooler (w/ Fan)



$16.99
$16.99

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MCB120-BLK
Swiftech MCB-120 "Radbox" Radiator/Fan Housing Rev. 2 - Black



$17.99
$17.99

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NUKE-10
Petra'sTech "PT_Nuke" Concentrated Biocide (10mL)



$2.50
$2.50

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BSPP-250-500-CP
Swiftech High-Flow Fitting (G 1/4" Thread, 1/2" OD) (Pack of 2)



$4.99
$19.96

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VPJOE-HS-780
ViperJohn 780i Mosfet Heatsink Kit



$49.95
$49.95

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ENMOS-C1
ENZOTECH MOS-C1 Mosfet Heatsink Kit



$9.95
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Edited by porky - 5/20/08 at 3:37pm
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post #24 of 35
One reservoir would give you the flexiblity of two loops

My only comment, everything else looks great!
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post #25 of 35
Forget the EK NB.

The Viper John 780i NB block, IMO, a better block. I tend to like the more industrial look.

I have a 780i fully watercooled, take a look at my components in my sig...
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Edited by RedRaider - 5/23/08 at 8:38am
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I don't think you need the Enzotech mosfet heatsinks if you're getting viperjohn's.
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post #27 of 35
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guys , look what these guys say , they say 2 pumps in one loop is pointless.....


http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1308024
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post #28 of 35
Take a look at this flowrate estimator:

(1) D5 pump + your components (rigged your rads / not tested by martin) - 1.31 gpm

(2) D5 pumps + your components (rigged your rads / not tested by martin) - 1.78 gpm

The #'s don't lie, you are better off IMO, with (2) Liang D5 pumps (setting 5) in series, but why spend that much...

You could use the pump i'm using....

(1) MCP355/Liang DDC3.2 with XSPC Reservoir Top = 1.52 gpm

__________________________________________________ _____________

I am currently running (3) loops. you can see the components in my sig.

Martin's FlowRate Estimator says I have the following flowrates:

CPU - 2.17 gpm
GPU - 2.44 gpm
Chipset - 2.15 gpm


Good luck running one pump !!!!
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post #29 of 35
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this withought the NB???


which would be better the MCP655 or this pump : http://www.petrastechshop.com/laddcwpeddto.html
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post #30 of 35
Porky

be sure to follow EK new instructions for the EK block, you can damage the board. the nuts on two of the bolts will keep the block from seating, it will look very close, but is not seating. you gotta leave them off. also, passive on the southbridge? please reconsider as it get VERY hot also...

seriously , dont even bother watercooling the whole thing, it's not worth it..

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