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post #5011 of 106449
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Hi fellas Here is my rig, I planed on buying a simple water cooling upgrade. But we all know that our rigs are never really finished there is always something more to add. This is what i ended up with so far.

All Koolance

Pump is the PmP 450s Koolance triple 120 rad and koolance double 140 rad
kolance cpu block is cpu350 along with the CHC122 and CHC 125. VRM blocks are also koolance. case is as we all know is the Corsair 800D. ENJOY THE PICS and video on youtube
looks really good. i really want to add a res like that in my new build but not sure if its possible since i have the xspc res/pump combo.

could i just add the res into the loop or would i still need a second pump since the water would have to get pushed all the way back up to the rad??

my new build in the next post
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post #5013 of 106449
updated my tubing with some good 'ol home depot vinyl.

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first loop
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post #5015 of 106449
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first loop
oooo a 600t. Haven't seen one of these watercooled yet. Would you be able to fit a thicker radiator at the top? Like an RX or SR1? Also any other places you could fit a second radiator internally?
post #5016 of 106449
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With the water dropping into the res like this is it not creating extra air bubbles in the loop? It looks like it is to me but I could be crazy
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post #5017 of 106449
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oooo a 600t. Haven't seen one of these watercooled yet. Would you be able to fit a thicker radiator at the top? Like an RX or SR1? Also any other places you could fit a second radiator internally?
no, that radiator is pretty much as thick as it can get, unfortunately. and i don't think there's any other spots, but i'm not all that creative.
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post #5018 of 106449
Nice looking rig bro. I personally love Koolance.
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post #5020 of 106449
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why do you have your inlet to the res on top?
Well it just worked out that way i guess, so long as I'm getting fresh coolant to the CPU from the rad I'm happy. I would love to hear any suggestions on how to route the loop. I have used ID 10mm OD (3/8") tubing since Ive used water cooling. And to switch over to 1/2 barbs would cost me around $100. Also I'm getting around mid to low 60's with my 920 at 4.0GHz under full load. so switching over to 1/2 tubing did not seem worth the money or trouble.Thanks for your replies guys.
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