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mmm...120+240 rad enough to cooling 1 CPU block,1 NB block,2 GPU block for gtx680 are u sure...
my idle temp is 26 to 32c water in reservoir out..

I think the general rule of thumb is 1 x 240 (cpu) + a 120 for every extra block in the loop, I dont think Ceader realised you were adding the 2 x 680's.

ok so the best way is?..
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I have 3x 120mm for CPU, Motherboard, and three 560Ti 448's.

Also one of the most beastly gulftown overclocks out there.

Lots of people use way more radiator than they need.
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mmm...120+240 rad enough to cooling 1 CPU block,1 NB block,2 GPU block for gtx680 are u sure...
my idle temp is 26 to 32c water in reservoir out..

I think the general rule of thumb is 1 x 240 (cpu) + a 120 for every extra block in the loop, I dont think Ceader realised you were adding the 2 x 680's.

ok so the best way is?..

360mm of rad will cover it but I would recommend a total of 480mm of rad space. I found one 540mm rad cooled better then a 540mm plus a 120mm rad. The 120 did nothing for temps.
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I have 3x 120mm for CPU, Motherboard, and three 560Ti 448's.

Also one of the most beastly gulftown overclocks out there.

Lots of people use way more radiator than they need.

What is your ambient and Idle temps?
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post #20445 of 107790
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For my D5,i i put the tacho wire in with one of the power wires...
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Wish i had cut the pump end a little smaller tho....

How come I don't see your tach wire anywhere? Where is it?

@ Ceadderman

I see somewhat what you are saying but don't follow completely, who what is fshizl Dude's D5s? I have to see it to be able to do it, without a picture I don't get the picture.
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How come I don't see your tach wire anywhere? Where is it?
As i said in the post,its in with one of the power wires
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thumb.gif Exelente, felicidades, uno en habla hispana biggrin.gif
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post #20448 of 107790
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Finally had a chance to light up my rig this weekend, so this is the result. Still just short of firing it up, but at least this gave me an idea of what to expect. Since taking these pictures, I've added some 12 inch UV tubes to the top and SSD/HDD cage. My apologies for the crappy cell phone pics.
Based on this loop, does anyone have any suggestions on where I can put my quick disconnect?

That's an interesting loop you have there. I really like it. What is that, three 120mm rads?
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Well.... after reading through all 2046 pages, I must say, there are some pretty amazing builds. Finally have a parts list that I think will work, let me know what you guys think! I only have room for ONE radiator, and that's at the front of my case standing vertical.

-Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator
-Swiftech Apogee XT (Rev 2)
-Swiftech MCP35X Pump with reservoir
-Tygon 3/8 ID 1/2 OD clear chemical tubing
-12 of the Swiftech Lok-Seal compression fittings
-Ice Dragon coolant
-2 NZXT FN-200mm fans

I'll be cooling an i7-3770k and eventually 2 EVGA GTX 680's, yes I know GTX 690 is coming out. Everything will be going into a PowerMac G5 case. The PSU will be mounted above and I'll be using the mountain mods removable motherboard tray.

Let me know what you guys think! thumb.gif

Jeffinslaw

*EDIT* Forgot to mention that I'll be using two of the EK EN Nickel Plated 680 blocks eventually.
Edited by Jeffinslaw - 5/1/12 at 11:00pm
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So i got 2 sponsors (idk if im allowed to say who, so check my log in the sig)
but im getting the following parts:
Clear tubing, 3/8" 5/8"
10 White monsoons 3/8" 5/8"
Primochill Steel Blue Dye Bomb
Black Ice GTX 120mm Radiator
XSPC Raystorm AMD block
Danger Den 7970 Block
Swiftech MCP35x pump
EK IO panel
2xLamptron 8" cold cathodes

and from dwood:
7970 backplate
psu cover


I need help!
if my loop looks like this, how will i be able to use a fillport, wont the res overflow if i open the top?
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i need to know how to orient the res to allow it to run with no cap on so i can fill it.
Edited by phillyd - 5/1/12 at 6:05pm
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