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The CPU block on that TT kit looks like something you would get in a Christmas cracker..... mad.gif
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Who needs Monstra rads + D5 pumps, when we got the new Bigwater ? biggrin.gif

http://www.techpowerup.com/178955/Thermaltake-Announces-Bigwater-760-Pro-Liquid-Cooling-System.html


me no wants!!! biggrin.gif

I've tried TT "big water" kits...horrible, horrible stuff imho.

Aye,crap then and no doubt crap now......
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minicooper_1 bitspower :asd: :asd: :asd:

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^^^Awesome looking ram block there thumb.gif
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^^^Awesome looking ram block there thumb.gif

bitspower ram block is fantastic
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You guys are giving me a freaking hard time deciding! :\

Well, the fact that 140 has more surface area than 120 is keeping me from choosing 120. The final options for my case is then 360+120 or 280x2. The 120 rads gives me 360+120=500 then the two 280's give me 560, which really has more cooling ability. Then the fans are introduced to this mess of choosing rads, 120mm fans, no problem, go wild, then 140mm fans, Sure, pick me, I'm the only one. That's kind of how I feel about the fan part..

BGears Blasters, is probably the fans I will go for on a 140 rad, and the GT AP-15 is what I'm going for on a 120 rad.
The BGears fans, are they noisy/clicky(anything special) at low RPM? I love to have the ability to slow down the fans for minimum noise, as the computer is 30cm from my head wink.gif

I wonder how UT60 120mm with AP'15's vs UT60 140mm with BGears B-Blasters would compare in pure performance. I will go googling them after I'v made dinner, so i wont respond for atleast 1 hour, I guess tongue.gif


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A MCP35X with PWM, are they noisy at, , say 50%?

Why don't you install GT15's on those 140mm radiators, you'll have the best of both worlds! biggrin.gif

I believe one 560 has the same surface area as two 360 radiators. I will be running two 560's with this setup, Martin has done research into this setup! Increased airflow (CFM) and quieter fans all around better performance!








Edited by Systemlord - 1/18/13 at 2:13pm
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Aye,crap then and no doubt crap now......

I think they should stick to re-badging cls instead smile.gif
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I once tried the big water. My motherboard died.
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Time to share photos! biggrin.gif
I sold my Raystrom and get DD M6, added second fan to the 120 rad, and made the loop tidier (to my eyes at least tongue.gif).
Also, now I'm using the Primochill Advanced tubing, hopefully it won't plasticize like the old one.




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on the topic of recommended fans for monsta rads... anybody?
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