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It should be plenty - they hold tight when cranked down... and especially if you're only going with a 150 res then I would expect it to be fine. I can't guarantee it of course, since I've not run an identical setup for proof, but considering people have just used two on 400 reservoirs before - I can't see any issues.

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With those radiators you will have much better performance than my setup (smaller delta).
In summer my room temps are over 35> ºC because i don't have AC. The temps increase quite a bit. GPU for example is arround 47ºC redface.gif But still waaaaaaay better than the stock blower of the GTX 1070 FE

Ok, that's good to hear. Do you guys have any other recommended reservoir to get instead of the EK?

And same question, how long of a soft tubing do I buy for first time builders with my components in an Enthoo Evolv ATX? 2 rads, 1 pump, 1 res, 1 cpu block, and 1 gpu block.
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If the tubing is by the foot, buy about 10 feet (extra is good, I promise).
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If the tubing is by the foot, buy about 10 feet (extra is good, I promise).

15 ft, maybe? 10 ft is my original target.
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Oh- sure. Huge case, or external rad?
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Oh- sure. Huge case, or external rad?

Nope, Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX so a mid tower. Rads will be 3600mm in top and 280mm in front.
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Ah- well, to much is never enough!
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Nope, Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX so a mid tower. Rads will be 3600mm in top and 280mm in front.

With 10ft you will be fine. Measure ten times cut one biggrin.gif
I recommend EK ZMT or Primochill tubing, this brands don't have problem with "plasticizering" (is the correct word ? lol) thumb.gif
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And same question, how long of a soft tubing do I buy for first time builders with my components in an Enthoo Evolv ATX? 2 rads, 1 pump, 1 res, 1 cpu block, and 1 gpu block.
I've done several builds with that number of components recently, and never even got close to using a 10-foot package of tubing. Even a first-timer shouldn't have to use the full 10 feet, unless you are deliberately going for the longest tube runs possible.

I second the recommendation of PrimoChill Advanced LRT tubing. I've used the Crystal Clear and the colored versions, with no problems.
Edited by MNMadman - 4/27/17 at 2:38pm
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With 10ft you will be fine. Measure ten times cut one biggrin.gif
I recommend EK ZMT or Primochill tubing, this brands don't have problem with "plasticizering" (is the correct word ? lol) thumb.gif

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I've done several builds with that number of components recently, and never even got close to using a 10-foot package of tubing. Even a first-timer shouldn't have to use the full 10 feet, unless you are deliberately going for the longest tube runs possible.

I second the recommendation of PrimoChill Advanced LRT tubing. I've used the Crystal Clear and the colored versions, with no problems.

Thanks! The Primochill Advanced LRT is what I have in mind but then it is not compatible with they Mayhems Pastel according to @Mayhem . So what are my other plasticizer-free options other than the EK ZMT?
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Thanks! The Primochill Advanced LRT is what I have in mind but then it is not compatible with they Mayhems Pastel according to @Mayhem . So what are my other plasticizer-free options other than the EK ZMT?

EKWB Dura Clear is also really good tube but only comes on 16/12mm. My personal favorite is EKWB ZMT is made of EPDM, same material used on orings for example. Is very resistant to chemicals (except petrol based) and have a funny smell biggrin.gif

I just my opinion but stay away from any type of colorant specially Mayhems Pastel, just run distilled water and some clear DYE.
Edited by lexer - 4/27/17 at 4:33pm
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