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it should do me untill intel bring the next major thing for gaming then i will just sell it and get all new again
    
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i agree. lose the ram cooler. it helps nothing at all.
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post #13 of 68
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Originally Posted by McStuff View Post
I'd skip on everything but cpu, nb, and gpu. The only three things worth wc'ing. Also, DO NOT USE KOOLANCE. They use aluminum, which causes galvanic corrosion. Fuzion V2 for cpu, mcw30 for nb, and mcw60+ramsinks for gpu.
He has already ordered them and with him living in Thailand he has paid alot for shipping for products he already has, there will be no corrosion as all the parts are aluminium. He has a few other threads where he has been reccomended more efficient watercooling parts but he has decided for Koolance.
post #14 of 68
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tht kid its alright ive done it all zzzzzz take me like 2hrs
    
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post #15 of 68
Well the problem is that any decent rad is copper. Anything that is aluminum will probably not have enough cooling power to cool all the useless stuff you put in your loop. You'll most likely have to buy multiple rads.
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post #16 of 68
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also i will use this if they say

Koolance fluorescent blue, high performance, non-toxic liquid coolant. The bottle includes a flexible rubber funnel and small segment of 1/8" ID tubing to make reservoir filling easier
The total amount is 700mL (23.67 fl oz), which should be a little more than you'll need to fill a typical Koolance system. so i should be okay
    
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post #17 of 68
I don't get it. You asked for advice in an earlier thread and you just ignored it all?

Oh well. Your prerogitive.
post #18 of 68
Im not sure on how much you will need, my rig was guzzling distilled water when I filled it.

What size tubing did you go for?
post #19 of 68
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when i ask for advice i already put the order throw and it was too late it was on its way and no turning back
    
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Clear UV-reactive PVC tubing: 10mm (3/8") internal diameter, 13mm (1/2") external diameter. Priced per foot/305mm
    
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