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post #11 of 21
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ok well its a bit over my price ranger, but i do like the sounds of it. thanks, i may be waiting a bit longer to get the water cooling but i dont want a bad kit.
Yeah, If you have to wait its worth it, that kit is endless amounts better than anything thermaltake.
post #12 of 21
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ok and will that pump be good if i add on 2 gpu blocks for when i go to SLI
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post #13 of 21
That is a good pump, but if you want to get into a decent GPU and CPU loop you need to start spending quite a bit of money. The 220 rad will not be enough for 2 GPUs and a CPU, and the pump may struggle. Adding a second loop for the GPUs may be a feasible option when you have more money.
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ok well adding the 2 gpu blocks is a few months down the road, i was just curious of its power. im hoping to build during jan+ feb then buy a cpu cooling kit and closer to the summer pick up a secondary gpu if i feel the need for it. So i guess i better question is do you think this could handle just a gpu and cpu on the same loop?
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ok well adding the 2 gpu blocks is a few months down the road, i was just curious of its power. im hoping to build during jan+ feb then buy a cpu cooling kit and closer to the summer pick up a secondary gpu if i feel the need for it. So i guess i better question is do you think this could handle just a gpu and cpu on the same loop?
It could possibly with high-speed fans. But I'm not too sure, so hopefully someone else will answer. I think the rad would be the main limitation - but this can be upgrade fairly easily and cheaply.
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ok thankx for the help and advice.
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post #17 of 21
You will be able to cool a CPU and a single GPU on a 2x120 radiator. If you had an extremely powerful GPU such as a GTX 280 and a quad-core CPU, it would be pushing the limit of the rad, but as long as you have a good pump and not super-high end components a CPU and GPU will be fine on a 2x120 rad. If you have space in your case and you have a powerful pump, it would be worth the $35 required to get a second 2x120 rad for better performance.
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post #18 of 21
Swiftech H20-220 Kit.. its on newegg.
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post #19 of 21
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dude $200 is to far out of my price range, the $150 for the CoolKit D4 will be pushing it and setting me back a few weeks. And my GPU will be a Geforce 9600 GT, and my CPU is only a dual core, and i will look into the sec rad when the time comes.
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post #20 of 21
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That petras kit that was linked is a very good kit.
This one -
http://petrastechshop.com/pecod4.html

yea i got that same kit from petras :] works great on my system, the only thing is the pump is a little loud (has like a whineing noise)
otherwise its perfect
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