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I new to overlocking and all that andthought about giveing watercooling a chance but I spending total 4 grand into a pc.Will my pc be safe cause I do like to leave my pc on overnight to download? I like the idea of cooler parts but will I get a leak and all my parts get fryed cause of water. Well here is the water kit I thought about getting well let me know ur thoughts please


Innovatek SET R4D (Universal) Watercooling Kit (500745) Price:
$259.99

Innovatek Cool-Matic NV40LT - G70 rev. 1.0 GPU+RAM Cooler w/ LED (nVidia NV40LT / GeForce 6800 LE/ G70 - nV 7800) [500982] Price: $136.99
$136.99
Is this gpu block for 7800 gtx as well ?

Well thanks for lookign guys
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post #2 of 17
You should be just fine just as long as everything is connected properly and tightened well. Make sure to do a trial run without anything installed in your rig. Just connect the hoses fill the reservoir and turn on the pump. Now is the best time to check for leaks while it's out of your system and easy to reach fittings.
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post #3 of 17
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thanks man I guess I give this a go then . Also will the gpu block fit on a 7800 gtx
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post #4 of 17
ya it looks like it will fit the 7800 series
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post #5 of 17
My pc has been running for around a year nonstop with watercooling running Just leak test it and make sure it doesnt leak. and from time to time test it by squeezing the tube at inlet points to add pressure to different parts of the system. This is what i do
    
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post #6 of 17
Just leak test outside your rig (like the guys said in their replies above).
To do this you can use an old PSU (if you don't want to uninstall the one in your rig) and short it so it powers on (check this guide for more info on how to do that).

Leave the water cooling system running for about 20 to 24 hours because some leaks are so small that it'll sometimes take 1 day for you to spot them.

When you're certain there are no leaks install everything inside your rig and check out my FAQ on How to shut down my machine when the cpu reaches a certain temperature

If you have a BIOS option to shutdown your system when it reaches a certain temp then use it. Otherwise follow my FAQ which basically allows you to constantly monitor your system in case the pump fails and water stops flowing inside your loop thus leading to an increase in CPU temp.
After all pumps are mechanical components that are prone to failure.
Granted, some pumps like those manufactured by reputable companies such as DangerDen and Swiftech are much better than others.
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post #7 of 17
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$406.44 thats for kit and gpu block and shipping fees
so for the price I paying is my kit worth it. Will my temps be great ? For what I paying can I do better or is this the best
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post #9 of 17
A custom setup would be better. Take a look at Danger Den and Swiftech for parts. Also, I've heard that the heatercore from a '77 Pontiac Bonneville makes a nice radiator.
post #10 of 17
look at this kit, probably the best you can do with a kit:
http://www.xoxide.com/swiftech-h2o-a...a-extreme.html
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