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post #11391 of 106449
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Originally Posted by luke997 View Post
+1, you need PMP-450S (which is basically D5 Strong with Koolance sticker on it) and it's much stronger than D5/D5 Vario when you increase volts.

In previous version of my rig I've had 2 of these in EK dual top while I've had 3 rads, 6 blocks and tons of fitting I've had ~165 l/h @24v, ~145 l/h @ 18-20V and ~110 l/h @ ~12V (can't remember the exact values for the 12V as I didn't note them but sure for the 2 first).
Well the swiftech version is just the regular D5 then isn't it?

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Originally Posted by fortunesolace View Post
You must use the Koolance pmp-450 Strong model, you'll see no performance difference when you use the koolance pmp-450 Vario combined with the Koolance CTR-SPD24.
Like I said in rep+ thank you



EDIT: BTW did any one see the new metro yet I mean wow!!!! (Metro: Last Light) seems to be better than the first plus it will be both platforms PC and console
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/8/11 at 7:47am
post #11392 of 106449
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Well the swiftech version is just the regular D5 then isn't it?
Yes, it's regular one.


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EDIT: BTW did any one see the new metro yet I mean wow!!!! (Metro: Last Light) seems to be better than the first plus it will be both platforms PC and console
I've seen it, fantastic, can't wait now!
    
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post #11393 of 106449
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Yes, it's regular one.

I've seen it, fantastic, can't wait now!
well poo!
and me ether

never mind it was me I had to shut down from flash update
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/8/11 at 10:29am
post #11394 of 106449
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Finally got my CPU and GPU under water again. I sure did miss having a water-cooled system!

Wow this build is still at this stage! i remember checking out your build log over a year ago, and you just got the res or something lol gl and hope your having fun with it!!
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post #11395 of 106449
dam summer is here and I just said I couldn't wait any longer and ordered the extra 240mm rad hope that is the one that does it lol, I pierced the extra one and removed it from the new loop and was on hold with replacing but as the new 990fx came today (YEAH new board) I figured I would just say to hell with the bills (who needs to eat every day right) and got me a new BI 240 with push pull koolance fans 190cfm ones on the way be here tomorrow
Edited by Bradford1040 - 6/8/11 at 10:41am
post #11396 of 106449
Hello guys im going to change my corsair 800D for the U2-UFO from mountainmods, this is the first time trying to setup a watercooling rig, please let me know your thoughts and any idea or correction is very welcome.

First im going to list the hardware to install in the new case:

MOBO: Asus Rampage 3 extreme
Processor: i7-980x
Ram: Corsair Dominator Gt 12gb
HDDS: Ocz revodrive x2 240gb pci-2 SSD
2 ocz vertex 3 sata3 ssds de 240gb c/u en raid 0 total 480gb
1 Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB - SATA-III, 6Gb/s, 7,200RPM, 64MB Cache HDD
video cards: 2 ATI XFX 6990s en crossfire
dedicated physX card: Nvidia ASUS ENGTX560 DCII OC/2DI/1GD5 1gb
audio card: Asus Xonar Xense 7.1
network: Tarjeta killer xeno pro
media: Blu ray Pioneer 12x writer
Blu ray LG 10x reader
Aerocool Modern V - LCD Temperature Display and Fan Controller
PSU: Silverstone ST1500W (all cables come in black sleeving from frozencpu)

Watercooling stuff:

Radiators: 2 radiadores ek waterblocks 360
1 radiador ek waterblocks 120
1 radiador XSPC 240

waterblocks: video cards: Koolance VID-AR699
mobo: EK-FB RE3 acetal-nickel
processorr: EK-SUPREME HF- nickel
ram: EK-RAM acetal-nickel

Pumps: Swiftech MCP655 (LOOP 1)
2 MCP 355s (LOOP 2)

Reservoirs: Bitspower water tank z-multi 150 inline (LOOP 1)
EK multioption res X2 - 100 (LOOP2)

In the pictures you can see the case as it is, and in the second picture its a design of 2 loops (sorry for the bad paint job), the mobo its going to be installed horizontally so the best view will be at the top. The 2 360 rads are going to be installed at the front/bottom, the 240 at the back/top, and the 120 at the right/bottom side of the case, please let me know what you think, this will be my first time so please be patient

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post #11397 of 106449
I am not shore about this but isn't Intel's 2011 socket coming out real soon for this guy? not to knock the 1366 but was just a thought for him
post #11398 of 106449
Ivy Bridge is suppose to be out first quarter 2012 I believe.
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post #11399 of 106449
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Ivy Bridge is suppose to be out first quarter 2012 I believe.
I thought it was going to be out, right after BD
post #11400 of 106449
Added a GPU to my loop. It might look thoughtlessly assembled, but:

I can only fit barbs on the bottom of the GPU block.
The tubing is in such a way so that it doesn't press against the door when it's on.

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