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ThermalTakes rubbish for water cooling i have heard a few storied of them rusting etc... not fond of the case - thanks anyway for suggestion.

Well im not sure what to do
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like i proposed mate. i think that would be the best choice. the casing always try to buy an empty casing with the most amount of space. the cooling systems as proposed. if you want even more details like the

cpu block
swiftech apogee

radiator
black ice pro

pump
hydor 20 or 30

tubing
tygon

fan
sunon / thermaltake ( sunon for quite and thermaltake for cfm)
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well im looking to list all the parts i need to buy them all in one day anyone list what i need... put it this way i want an uber performance,uber quiet and uber overclockable!
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post #14 of 67
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I like the thermal take tsunami case a lot the massive window would look goof for water cooling.

A few questions how does sound work? If i get a 18dba fan say and i get 2 does that mean it will be 36dba?

I mean this is in my bed room how quiet will it be?

Still need help :'(
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post #15 of 67
Take a look at these systems. Tell me if you like. And i good case, that will last very long and is very reliable:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811112074
PSU: You'll need a good psu.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817153015
I hope this helped.
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i have a quality 580watt psu (660 peak) so i dont need one of them. But a case i do and i like the look of the thermal take tsunami but still dont know what parts to get for watercooling
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post #17 of 67
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Originally Posted by cyrixMII300
like i proposed mate. i think that would be the best choice. the casing always try to buy an empty casing with the most amount of space. the cooling systems as proposed. if you want even more details like the

cpu block
swiftech apogee

radiator
black ice pro

pump
hydor 20 or 30

tubing
tygon

fan
sunon / thermaltake ( sunon for quite and thermaltake for cfm)
wow... that entire post was pretty much worthless IMO - he said money is not an option, plus he's cooling a P4 + 6800, so he'd atleast want a dual radiator, plus a GPU block as well, and a nicer pump like a D5

and the main thing i find is with your comment about the fans - thermaltake makes junk LED fans and don't even make any 38mm thick models, plus most of their fans don't push more than 80cfm (if any), much less silently

sunons are pretty loud fans, but are alot better than TT fans - for good fans, take a look at the medium or high speed panaflow 120x120x38mm fans which will give you good airflow and good air pressure
    
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Originally Posted by CrimsonMango
wow... that entire post was pretty much worthless IMO - he said money is not an option, plus he's cooling a P4 + 6800, so he'd atleast want a dual radiator, plus a GPU block as well, and a nicer pump like a D5

and the main thing i find is with your comment about the fans - thermaltake makes junk LED fans and don't even make any 38mm thick models, plus most of their fans don't push more than 80cfm (if any), much less silently

sunons are pretty loud fans, but are alot better than TT fans - for good fans, take a look at the medium or high speed panaflow 120x120x38mm fans which will give you good airflow and good air pressure
I understand your comments on what cyrix has said and agree but to slag off a fellow forum user is out of order please try and refrain from this . Plus would you like to put forward your own ideas to help this guy i see you have listed a pump and fan but the guy was asking for a complete list of what would be a good buy .Perhaps you being obviously the main man for w/c could help him out a bit more ..By the way my tt v3000 has had w/c for 8months and no rust yet but then it would only rust if there was a leak
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post #20 of 67
Quote:
Originally Posted by CrimsonMango
wow... that entire post was pretty much worthless IMO - he said money is not an option, plus he's cooling a P4 + 6800, so he'd atleast want a dual radiator, plus a GPU block as well, and a nicer pump like a D5

and the main thing i find is with your comment about the fans - thermaltake makes junk LED fans and don't even make any 38mm thick models, plus most of their fans don't push more than 80cfm (if any), much less silently

sunons are pretty loud fans, but are alot better than TT fans - for good fans, take a look at the medium or high speed panaflow 120x120x38mm fans which will give you good airflow and good air pressure
pardon the pun but maybe you should have read the complete stretch of the thread. i read it the same way that he didnt want to spend too much money. however, right in the 2nd or 3rd thread some1 asks him to get the most expensive and he keeps quiet about it meaning that he meant it the other way. thats why i proposed what i proposed.

as for the fans i believe that if you check throughly you will see that for the 80mm fans its rated at 50 to 55cfm, 92mm the fans are rated at 94cfm while the 120mm it is rated at 105cfm. believe me. i had 8 of them consisting of the 3 different models.

and i strongly believe that it is not entirely necessary to install dual radiators unless you are doing extreme oc and if it is true that he didnt want too expensive system, how could he afford the dual radiator? and one more thing i dont understand the statement about the LED fan and 38mm thickness. can you be more precise?
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