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I will be getting a few meters of the tubing, and no I am not dead set on those fans. Wanna link me to some better ones?
Which store do you prefer to order from? I'll look on there.
post #12 of 37
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Any UK store you can find.

In fact, you can find me links to everything that I need that you reccomend if you wish.
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post #13 of 37
EK Supreme + Backplate

Black Ice GTX 360

DDC + Res/Top combo

Tubing

Clamps

Distilled water (usually at grocery stores and pharmacies. If you're in college, they have it in science labs usually for free) + PT Nuke.

Fans - I forgot to ask. What is your tolerance for noise?
post #14 of 37
The TFC are really good, Im on my I7 build with no fans on ...
post #15 of 37
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Originally Posted by TnB= Gir View Post
EK Supreme + Backplate

Black Ice GTX 360

DDC + Res/Top combo

Tubing

Clamps

Distilled water (usually at grocery stores and pharmacies. If you're in college, they have it in science labs usually for free) + PT Nuke.

Fans - I forgot to ask. What is your tolerance for noise?
Isn't he Fuzion V2 better for quads? Load of people here seem to use it.

Also, isn't that thermochill rad supposed to be one of the best as well?

And I can tolerate noise.... Just as long as it won't be heard above some music through speakers & headphones.

Just need a rad box as well.

You know what your talking about so just show me the parts and i'll buy em and have a laugh fitting it all.
Edited by The_Rocker - 12/21/08 at 3:25am
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post #16 of 37
EK supreme is actually the top S775 block. It's just really restrictive.

Thermochill does better with lower CFM fans, but the BI GTX excels with higher CFM fans.

I can't seem to find any good 120x38mm fans in any UK shops. But then again, I don't know of that many UK shops.
post #17 of 37
- EK Supreme is very restrictive but ideal for you since it is a CPU only loop
- Thermorchill uses 22-23mm spacing which for you is utter crap if you plan on changing radiator since everyone else uses 15mm spacing
- GTX performs better with higher CFM fans, which gives you the ability to turn up the fan speed while gaming
- No 38mm case fans are quiet
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post #18 of 37
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No problem, just find me some fans which will shift some serious air.

I have had 2 Silverstone FM122's on max before so I know what noise is lol.

Heres some UK stores:

www.scan.co.uk

www.overclockers.co.uk

www.ebuyer.com

www.novatech.co.uk
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That pump you linked me to only seems to have 3/8 barbs... I thought I need 1/2.
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No problem, just find me some fans which will shift some serious air.

I have had 2 Silverstone FM122's on max before so I know what noise is lol.

Heres some UK stores:

www.scan.co.uk

www.overclockers.co.uk

www.ebuyer.com

www.novatech.co.uk
The best bang for the buck fans I could find in those stores is here. Can't really find anything better than that. You'd have to order from the US.

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That pump you linked me to only seems to have 3/8 barbs... I thought I need 1/2.
That's what the XSPC res/top is for. It replaces the stock top on it and allows you to use 1/2" barbs.
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