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I'd just use a HSF on it if you can..Swifty NB HSF...It wont hurt your flow that much, but anything in the CPU loop other then the CPU is taking away from the CPU cooling..
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I'd just use a HSF on it if you can..Swifty NB HSF...It wont hurt your flow that much, but anything in the CPU loop other then the CPU is taking away from the CPU cooling..
Well, my loop is CPU (Q6600 + fuzion V1 + quad nozzle/o-ring), 2 X 8800 GTS G92s with EK FC8800 blocks, EK Res 250 rev 2.0, PA 120.3, MCR220, D5 vario, plus......


NB block and as I examine the board SB block too since they are all on 1 heatpipe.

So by adding the NB/SB, am I setting myself up for problems?

Should I use only the PA 120.3 and use TWO D5 varios instead?

Will adding the 2nd pump do a better job than adding the 2nd rad?

With an internally mounted PA 120.3 plus a shroud and fans, as well as a MCW220 plus a shroud and fans (all internal) even on my ginormous Rocketfish Im quickly running out of room......

Thx!
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Well, my loop is CPU (Q6600 + fuzion V1 + quad nozzle/o-ring), 2 X 8800 GTS G92s with EK FC8800 blocks, EK Res 250 rev 2.0, PA 120.3, MCR220, D5 vario, plus......


NB block and as I examine the board SB block too since they are all on 1 heatpipe.

So by adding the NB/SB, am I setting myself up for problems?

Should I use only the PA 120.3 and use TWO D5 varios instead?

Will adding the 2nd pump do a better job than adding the 2nd rad?

With an internally mounted PA 120.3 plus a shroud and fans, as well as a MCW220 plus a shroud and fans (all internal) even on my ginormous Rocketfish Im quickly running out of room......

Thx!
Ouuuch, With all that on there a NB block isn't going to hurt you much.....I would for sure just use a HSF on the SB, their not that hot, unless your sata are really unstable from your OC....

More rad should do you better then another pump in series..What kind of flow are you getting through all that? If your down under 1.5gpm I'd go with another pump to.....I'd mount one of your rads external, get it out into the cooler room ambient air, that will help a little right there...You can mount one on top of hang one on the back of your case, with a rad-box, or just make some stand offs for it....

Honestly I'd just buy another pump, use the rads you have now and just separate it into 2 loops...Put your quad on the PA and all that other on the second loop, you can try the quad on the Swifty first if you want to, I'd worry about cooling it more then the GPU's though....Just use a t-line on your GPU loop to save a little room...If you see the Swifty is going to be to underpowered for your loop then get another one....
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post #14 of 31
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750i mounting is the same as 780i. I would go with the 780i EK block here.

The MCW30 is a really good block, and is really un-restrictive, but the problem is with nvidia separating the north bridge and the pci-e 2.0 chip, meaning that there are two chips you need to cool. The mcw30 is not large enough to cover it, which is why custom blocks are needed.
Yeah, I would go with the EK block myself. It's the best one out there for this chipset.

You can use one of the EK chipset blocks for an approximate flow rate pressure drop, it should be that far off. But with a D5 or DDC/with top, I doubt you'd have problems for flow rates...they are both very strong pumps.
    
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Ok here is a quick mock up I made last nite and took a picture of and added details of where everything is going to be.

Any better ideas? Suggestions?

TY!

PS - please excuse the photog and paint work. Im not a photographer or graphic designer

The pink lines are obviously water tubing, and everything else is labeled.

The pink line off of the top of the res is going to go to a fillport and will be hidden inside of the top drive bays.


Edited by Dawgdoc - 6/23/08 at 5:51pm
post #16 of 31
your not going to be able use the shroud with your rad.
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your not going to be able use the shroud with your rad.
Yes I will.

That part Im confident with. Ive measured, remeasured, mocked up, etc.....

It will fit but baaaaaarely.

The top mounting screws on the fuzion will just barely clear......barely LOL

Thx for the input though I really do appreciate it.
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it looks like it will hit the mosfet heatsink his guy has the same case and rad and he couldnt use his
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post #19 of 31
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The EVGA 750i FTW doesnt have any mosfets in the problematic areas.

http://www.evga.com/articles/401.asp

At least from my measuring/mockup everything should fit fine but.... ya never know till its all in the case
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ya its just to close for me i guess
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