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Another beginners question, or rather, noob question, would be a beginner if i could pluck up the courage to actually begin haha


If i bought, for example, something like this

would i then be able to expand on this, upgrade the waterblock for example, swap the res, and include my GPU in the loop?

if this is the case, is there anything i should be aware of? part compatability etc?

Absolutely. That's one of the main purposes of buying those kits. They make it simple for you to get started so you can get your feet wet...then your hooked on watercooling and start looking for upgrades and additions. sneaky.gif
But seriously, that's a solid start. The Raystorm is a good block, the D5 is a great pump and could be used with another res in the future, and XSPC rads perform great. With a 360 like that, you could probably water cool your GPU in the future and not have to add another rad to the loop, the 360 should cool your CPU and GPU just fine.
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Absolutely. That's one of the main purposes of buying those kits. They make it simple for you to get started so you can get your feet wet...then your hooked on watercooling and start looking for upgrades and additions. sneaky.gif
But seriously, that's a solid start. The Raystorm is a good block, the D5 is a great pump and could be used with another res in the future, and XSPC rads perform great. With a 360 like that, you could probably water cool your GPU in the future and not have to add another rad to the loop, the 360 should cool your CPU and GPU just fine.


awesome thanks for the heads up smile.gif


Now i just have to gather the funds haha
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Another beginners question, or rather, noob question, would be a beginner if i could pluck up the courage to actually begin haha


If i bought, for example, something like this

would i then be able to expand on this, upgrade the waterblock for example, swap the res, and include my GPU in the loop?

if this is the case, is there anything i should be aware of? part compatability etc?

Absolutely. That's one of the main purposes of buying those kits. They make it simple for you to get started so you can get your feet wet...then your hooked on watercooling and start looking for upgrades and additions. sneaky.gif
But seriously, that's a solid start. The Raystorm is a good block, the D5 is a great pump and could be used with another res in the future, and XSPC rads perform great. With a 360 like that, you could probably water cool your GPU in the future and not have to add another rad to the loop, the 360 should cool your CPU and GPU just fine.

This.
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post #64914 of 106451
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Alpenfohn's are tough to get in the states though. And the original question was eLoops or Helix's.
I agree about all NB's in general, but eLoops are their best 120 rad fans IMO

I'm curious about the new Phanteks too. Heard alot of good stuff. Haven't really seen much solid data though

I really want to grab some Alpenfohns to play around with, plus they look sweet. May still grab me some since it is still not to bad, basically cost the same when ever I buy CDs from Germany. Well, maybe not as bad as I am debating nabbing one CD set that going to cost over 80 bucks, and that not even with shipping. tongue.gif
     
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post #64915 of 106451
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damn nice lowfat, great work.
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Love that too.
As usual lowfat, nothing but high quality work coming from you.
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Freakin slick... I like the simplicity of it.thumb.gif
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Pure sex. That is all. thumb.gif
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That's an awesome build lowfat thumb.gif
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That's one clean build, Love it!

Thank y'all.
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DAMNIT lowfat....stealing my rare moment of meager shine.
Sorry bro. redface.gif
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I just really like the fact that he decided to work with the army-green pcb colors instead of burying them in bling. Can't think of another build i've seen that took the "PCB-Green" and made it the main accent color. Definitely looks sick!!!
Honestly I'd rather use green than the dark brown that some motherboard companies are still using.
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post #64916 of 106451
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I really want to grab some Alpenfohns to play around with, plus they look sweet. May still grab me some since it is still not to bad, basically cost the same when ever I buy CDs from Germany. Well, maybe not as bad as I am debating nabbing one CD set that going to cost over 80 bucks, and that not even with shipping. tongue.gif
Dooo eeet!
Really tho. I had to break down and get 5 of the orange 140mm. They really are good quality and pwm if you need that, then the looks just sweeten the deal. I am waiting on the new models they have coming to get the other big wave I need, lol! If you are gonna get them, Specialtech worked out cheapest for me, shipping to Colorado, but I ended up getting them from OCUK because Specialtech didn't have the psu I wanted.
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post #64917 of 106451
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Dooo eeet!
Really tho. I had to break down and get 5 of the orange 140mm. They really are good quality and pwm if you need that, then the looks just sweeten the deal. I am waiting on the new models they have coming to get the other big wave I need, lol! If you are gonna get them, Specialtech worked out cheapest for me, shipping to Colorado, but I ended up getting them from OCUK because Specialtech didn't have the psu I wanted.

I probably going to grab some of the black/white ones for my folder since I will soon be getting a water block for the 7970. Then I can finally stop listening to those Silverstone fans making such a racket.
     
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post #64918 of 106451
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I probably going to grab some of the black/white ones for my folder since I will soon be getting a water block for the 7970. Then I can finally stop listening to those Silverstone fans making such a racket.

I hate silverstone fans.
post #64919 of 106451
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I hate silverstone fans.

Their 180mms are awesome. Their noise profile is just like rushing wind. thumb.gif

Can't comment on any other of their fans though. I'll stick w/ Phantek PH-F140XPs for 140mm and GTs for 120mm. No reason for me to bother w/ anything else. tongue.gif
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I guess my comment wasnt really fair. The only experience I have with silverstone fans is with stock fans.
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