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post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by TinDaDragon View Post

Pump > Radiator > CPU Block > Chipset Block > T-line/Reservoir > Pump

Does this mean I have to go through the T line? or do I just have to go to the reservoir?
Kinda new to this stuff. I wanna OC my 110T to 3.8 or 4. Do I also need a chipset waterblock?

Your loop needs a T-line or reservoir, but not both. If you don't want a T-line, then you don't have to install it, and same thing for a reservoir. However, you do need a way to refill the loop and bleed out air.

A chipset waterblock is optional and will have little effect on performance. Most motherboards that support OCing should already have sufficient chipset heatsinks.

Also, just a tip. Expect a water cooling system to go over-budget.
post #42 of 43
My plan is like this..

Pump > Radiator (240) > CPU Block > Radiator (120mm) > GPU Block > Radiator (560mm) > Reservoir > Pump

IS it good enough..or any suggestion pls..i already bought these three rads.. for this time i am using only single gpu...

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post #43 of 43
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Originally Posted by chrs_ls View Post

My plan is like this..

Pump > Radiator (240) > CPU Block > Radiator (120mm) > GPU Block > Radiator (560mm) > Reservoir > Pump

IS it good enough..or any suggestion pls..i already bought these three rads.. for this time i am using only single gpu...

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