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Hey guys just finished building my first water cooling setup its tested and evreything it consists of:
Storm CPU Block
MCP655 Pump
Mcres525 Bay Resivoir
Dual Pass Dual Heatcore
And 10 Feet of 1/2 Tygon Tubing(i only used about 7 or 8 of it though)

So far so good ive overclocked my 3.4GHz pressy to 3.92GHz and hoping to go further im getting temps of around 39-42 idle and 44-49 load my room is really hot and smallHere are some pics http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c2...Picture083.jpg
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post #2 of 5
Nice, But you gotta' get some more fans on there, Drops those temps' down.

Just throw on a couple of 120's and you should see a nice fall.
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Congrats nice setup.
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Thanks guys i know i need more fans im OCing and only using 1 80mm fan to cool the heatcore lol and i need some in the case
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post #5 of 5
Nice setup But just like ShawnMcGrail said, you're gonna need some fans that pack a punch to get your temps further down. Then get some shrouds to avoid dead spots. Aside from that I can't complain, it looks great.
    
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