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post #11 of 19
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your chip would destroy a single 120mm rad
Ok, ill take a 3x 120 black ice xtreme.

so what ventilators should i use?
How manny RMP??

thanks
post #12 of 19
i like the scythe ulthra kaze or the s flex's 2000rpm's
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Ok thanks,

but how manny RPM for a ven would u suggest for my loop?

Thanks ++rep
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Ok thanks,

but how manny RPM for a ven would u suggest for my loop?

Thanks ++rep
What??? Whe3ls already recommended some fans to buy. Get the high speed 3000rpm ultra kaze and dial them down via a fan controller.
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I would rather have 1 rad that is large then 3 small rads. You are killing your flow with 3 small rads and with that funky pump your getting I think you might be disappointed with the results. You have a Fuzion V2, this is a great block but your tubing is kinda small and you might want to get more then a meter of it...try 2.5 meters and get the 1/2"ID with some worm drive hose clamps. (although some will say to use smaller tubing I like to use the correct tubing for the barbs and get the best flow I can.)
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post #16 of 19
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I would rather have 1 rad that is large then 3 small rads. You are killing your flow with 3 small rads and with that funky pump your getting I think you might be disappointed with the results. You have a Fuzion V2, this is a great block but your tubing is kinda small and you might want to get more then a meter of it...try 2.5 meters and get the 1/2"ID with some worm drive hose clamps. (although some will say to use smaller tubing I like to use the correct tubing for the barbs and get the best flow I can.)
Ahhh i see, so u think its the best to get 1x120mm rad?

like Black Ice GT Stealth 120 Black?

and what should i take for my reservoir?
a 100 or 150 ml ?


thanks !
Edited by Nlclock - 2/18/09 at 2:14pm
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by DIRTYDUCK View Post
I would rather have 1 rad that is large then 3 small rads. You are killing your flow with 3 small rads and with that funky pump your getting I think you might be disappointed with the results. You have a Fuzion V2, this is a great block but your tubing is kinda small and you might want to get more then a meter of it...try 2.5 meters and get the 1/2"ID with some worm drive hose clamps. (although some will say to use smaller tubing I like to use the correct tubing for the barbs and get the best flow I can.)
Hes chosen a GTX 360. Nlclock stay with the rad you have already chosen. For a res 150ml is a nice size. Its not too big but also not to small.
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post #18 of 19
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haha, your getting my confused
Ok i will take a 150ml
its only a couple of euros more then the one i wanted.

Im still thinking between the rads, and what tube im gonna take.

3/8 or 1/2..

anny suggestions?
post #19 of 19
1/2 barbs are good.
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