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I want to try one out, but the two different style of switch's sounds like it would be a love it or hate it thing.

Honestly it's not even noticeable and the orings they put on each key to dampen the sound really help a lot with sound if you don't live alone plus who can resist that crisp white back lighting wink.gif

Oh also anyone wanna trade my msi PE 670 for an Evga ftw sc2 670? I know it's off topic but I'd love to get my gpu under water biggrin.gif
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quoting my question smile.gif


Everything will heat up everything, although so long as you have adequate radiator space and can maintain a Delta-T of <10C, you shouldn't have to worry about any of that. Going with two loops is an expensive proposition that is very very rarely of any benefit, and when it is, it's primarily for Folders and others that only ever stress one component (or one series of components) and do so enough that it would actually cause the others' temps to rise (such as a CPU running barely more than idle, but 4x GTX580's OC'd to within an inch of their life running 100% 24/7).

Radiator placement in the loop doesn't even matter that much, although i like to have one radiator near the "end" and one near the "beginning" just because it makes me feel better smile.gif I personally go CPU - 420 - GPU - 240 - res - res - pumps, and I'll be adding a MIPS RIVE Block Kit in there after the CPU, and a second GPU, but the order remains the same.
Honestly, that wasn't even my intended loop order, as there wasn't going to be a radiator "between" the CPU and GPU, but I had to reverse everything and that's what it ended up as. The temp difference is maybe 1-2C lower, IF that, but not enough to worry about.


If I were you, I'd run your loop as: pump - CPU - VRM/MB - RAM - GPU and just stick the radiators wherever they fit best with the least amount of tubing. You'll get great temps provided you have at least the equivalent of a 480 or so, although I would think a 360 could manage.

Good luck!

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Everything will heat up everything, although so long as you have adequate radiator space and can maintain a Delta-T of <10C, you shouldn't have to worry about any of that. Going with two loops is an expensive proposition that is very very rarely of any benefit, and when it is, it's primarily for Folders and others that only ever stress one component (or one series of components) and do so enough that it would actually cause the others' temps to rise (such as a CPU running barely more than idle, but 4x GTX580's OC'd to within an inch of their life running 100% 24/7).

Radiator placement in the loop doesn't even matter that much, although i like to have one radiator near the "end" and one near the "beginning" just because it makes me feel better smile.gif I personally go CPU - 420 - GPU - 240 - res - res - pumps, and I'll be adding a MIPS RIVE Block Kit in there after the CPU, and a second GPU, but the order remains the same.
Honestly, that wasn't even my intended loop order, as there wasn't going to be a radiator "between" the CPU and GPU, but I had to reverse everything and that's what it ended up as. The temp difference is maybe 1-2C lower, IF that, but not enough to worry about.


If I were you, I'd run your loop as: pump - CPU - VRM/MB - RAM - GPU and just stick the radiators wherever they fit best with the least amount of tubing. You'll get great temps provided you have at least the equivalent of a 480 or so, although I would think a 360 could manage.

Good luck!

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Thank you both for your inputs on here. Just added a 140 rad to my 360 rad to help me cool my 680s and cpu. Aquacomp GPU blocks are arriving today, but I'm confident and content with my raddage choice for now.


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Wow...so after spending time today looking at/talking about getting back into watercooling, tonight I won a Phobia UltraBig case in Aquatuning UK's Facebook competition, which has support for an absolutely insane amount of radiators. Fate?

I have no idea what to do with it. Might save up and do that SR-2 build I've always dreamed of...drool.gif

But yeah, I'm a very happy chappy indeed.
    
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Wow that thing is big, ultra big! Congrats. Be careful with those fingerprints though. wink.gif
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Wow...so after spending time today looking at/talking about getting back into watercooling, tonight I won a Phobia UltraBig case in Aquatuning UK's Facebook competition, which has support for an absolutely insane amount of radiators. Fate?

I have no idea what to do with it. Might save up and do that SR-2 build I've always dreamed of...drool.gif

But yeah, I'm a very happy chappy indeed.


.............nawwww, that case looks like it was designed for air cooling tongue.gif

congrats man! looks like you could do a whole in that thing thumb.gif
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Congrats man, that's a monster case!
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Wow...so after spending time today looking at/talking about getting back into watercooling, tonight I won a Phobia UltraBig case in Aquatuning UK's Facebook competition, which has support for an absolutely insane amount of radiators. Fate?

I have no idea what to do with it. Might save up and do that SR-2 build I've always dreamed of...drool.gif

But yeah, I'm a very happy chappy indeed.

SR-2 you say?

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That case is a good score,you will need to mod it to look good tho......

Much like the XSPC cube i have lurking under me bench.


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Anyone seen the Corsair SP120L's in this color before tongue.gif


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Wow...so after spending time today looking at/talking about getting back into watercooling, tonight I won a Phobia UltraBig case in Aquatuning UK's Facebook competition, which has support for an absolutely insane amount of radiators. Fate?

I have no idea what to do with it. Might save up and do that SR-2 build I've always dreamed of...drool.gif

But yeah, I'm a very happy chappy indeed.
I giggled when I read the spec

Right side panel: 1x Nova or SUPERNOVA mounting possibility, Nova Box also possible
Left side panel: 1x Nova or SUPERNOVA mounting possibility, Nova Box required, shroud 180mm or 200mm

man... you will go all out on the amount of rads in this case biggrin.gif

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