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Originally Posted by -SpArkLeS- View Post

Sweet! smile.gif

Guys, about the watercooling wink.gif

If I were to buy some stuff next month (step 1), what should I first get?

2 radiators?

For the 200mm, there's not alot of choice so that's the Phobya Xtreme 200. For the 240 mm though, what's the best choice here? Or should I go 360 and cut in my case redface.gif

Edit: I'm actually tempted to do as Darylrese and get everything for my cpu now and next year, when I'll get new gpu/'s wink.gif add those.
But I would not get the kit because I want an EK block smile.gif and not a bay reservoir.

Yay another one going under water!

I can give you my "choice for watercooling parts" if you'd like so.

I am shooting for EK waterblocks too.

And if you want to go full loop... get a Phobya 400 biggrin.gif


EDIT:
Here it is:
EK Water Blocks EK-DDC X-TOP CSQ - Plexi
EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme LTX - Nickel CSQ
EK Water Blocks EK-FC670 GTX - Nickel CSQ
EK Water Blocks EK-FC670 GTX Backplate, CSQ - Black
EK Water Blocks EK-FC Bridge DUAL Parallel 3-Slot CSQ Plexi
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Phobya Xtreme 400 - V.2 - Full Copper
12V Laing DDC-1 Plus Ultra Pump (18w)
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 240mm
Alphacool Cape Fuzion core 10

(No fittings nor tubing yet... only getting fittings after getting all parts so that I can know what to get)
Imho... CSQ Plexi design is sweet...
Edited by Dragoon - 8/12/13 at 4:55am
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Yep, I just want to have a challenge, hoping that I won't ruin my build tongue.gif

thing is that I use my 4 5,25' bays so can't get rid of those. frown.gif
The top one is only used up a bit (fancontroller).

But I think the best choice for me is 240 now and next year 200mm.

I think I'm gonna make a thread in the watercooling section, I want to get everything right smile.gif


So EK-Supremacy Clean CSQ or EK-Supremacy - Nickel - Plexi

I'll make the thread tonight and I'll put a link over here, you can all help me. Damn I'm really gonna do this!
post #11603 of 18217
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Originally Posted by -SpArkLeS- View Post

Yep, I just want to have a challenge, hoping that I won't ruin my build tongue.gif

thing is that I use my 4 5,25' bays so can't get rid of those. frown.gif
The top one is only used up a bit (fancontroller).

But I think the best choice for me is 240 now and next year 200mm.

I think I'm gonna make a thread in the watercooling section, I want to get everything right smile.gif


So EK-Supremacy Clean CSQ or EK-Supremacy - Nickel - Plexi

I'll make the thread tonight and I'll put a link over here, you can all help me. Damn I'm really gonna do this!
I had a gut feeling this was coming,sparkles have been too quiet....I knew you had something up your sleeve....biggrin.gif
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post #11604 of 18217
Haha nice!

Why the EK Supremacy? Imho, from what I read, the extra cost doesn't really justify the performance over the Supreme LTX... Unless someone proves me wrong... I've read reviews and the temp differences are as much as 1C... IIRC, what's better is that the jet plate is optimized, the Supremacy has less restriction than the LTX.

At least here, where the EK Supremacy costs 65€ and the LTX costs 40~45.


Too bad you can't part with the 5.25 bay stuff... redface.gif
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There is always a PSU debate, but I love my 1200i wouldn't want anything else smile.gif Also while on the water cooling subject.. What about xs-pc? I actually like the look of their products, although have seen a few people on here with leaking reservoirs (black version)
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post #11606 of 18217
I don't know tongue.gif I just had to look it up hehe. Didn't know the difference. But the Supremacy Clean CSQ looks nicer tongue.gif hehe.
It's 26Euros difference.
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So I haven't posted here or bought anything since I got my 600T, as I moved into a new home and now have a little one on the way (up to week 21!). But yesterday when I finally had some money put together, I decided to go..... well, shopping smile.gif As anyone would do..
He's a sneak peak at most of what I picked up, sorry about the quality, will post more when its all together biggrin.gif



Also, can anyone recommend a good CPU cooler, as I'm on the stock cooler for now.. I will dive into the custom water-cooling eventually, but need a good air cooler until I gather some more coin smile.gif

Jesus, that's a lot of money. I see you got two peripherals I also just got tongue.gif
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I have to put my 2cents.gif worth in. Closed loop systems are great, they get people interested in water cooling and for the less experienced or concerned a great entry point.

From experience, I would agree that almost 90% of people do it just for the looks. But not all of us, I did mine because the temps on my GPU during made during summer made my system unusable over long periods.

Performance should always be the driving force behind moving into a full open loop system. Of course when you have spent that much money you also want it to look freakin sweet. biggrin.gif

I ran with my H100 for ages, these are really awesome. Even kept my 4.7 overclock stable.

Its always the waterblocks for the GPU's that drive up water cooling cost and I think what also restricts the acceptance of it. If the GPU manufactures could agree to or even look into making a common mounting point on there reference cards similar to how CPU blocks are then we could just by one or multiple GPU blocks and just replace the cards and not the waterblocks as well.

So all you water cooling junkies out there, raise your fingers and send email after email to NVIDIA and the likes to look into this. The more people that suggest it the more likely they will adopt it. thumb.gif
Again as i said i don't see any reason to do it unless you live around the equator/humid places. It's much more justifiable then, i would do it earlier too if i had a bigger reason other than just looks. And for now and probably for a long while i can't justify spending 1k $ or so just for it looking better when i could get so much other stuff i will use much more.

I ain't saying i wont ever (i will do it) just not anytime soon thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Dragoon View Post

Yay another one going under water!

I can give you my "choice for watercooling parts" if you'd like so.

I am shooting for EK waterblocks too.

And if you want to go full loop... get a Phobya 400 biggrin.gif


EDIT:
Here it is:
EK Water Blocks EK-DDC X-TOP CSQ - Plexi
EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme LTX - Nickel CSQ
EK Water Blocks EK-FC670 GTX - Nickel CSQ
EK Water Blocks EK-FC670 GTX Backplate, CSQ - Black
EK Water Blocks EK-FC Bridge DUAL Parallel 3-Slot CSQ Plexi
EK Water Blocks EK-FC Bridge Single CSQ - Plexi
Phobya Xtreme 400 - V.2 - Full Copper
12V Laing DDC-1 Plus Ultra Pump (18w)
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 240mm
Alphacool Cape Fuzion core 10

(No fittings nor tubing yet... only getting fittings after getting all parts so that I can know what to get)
Imho... CSQ Plexi design is sweet...
FAWK IT I'M GOING LIQUID NITROGEN!

On a serious note fittings is the only thing i would have a problem choosing if i were to watercool it now, but anyways when you have most of your parts i sure wanna know which ones to choose, also since there isn't too much choice for my 780 in terms of blocks. Also the CPU block i would choose will probably be a Koolance CPU-380I.

Here's a graph though of course real life temps may vary and an somewhat older graph but still think it's the best for me.
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Sparkles,

I added up a custom loop for my CPU and SLI GPU's and it came to over £550. I then found the XSPC Raystorm 750 EX240 kit for £128 and i just couldnt resist knowing i could atleast cool my CPU for now and add parts later.

I thought i was going to have to replace my pump / res and add more radiators. HOWEVER, i have been speaking to various people and they say my pump will be good enough to add my GPU's in too!

So...i might just buy a 200mm radiator, two GPU blocks and cool my cards too sometime soon!! thumb.gif
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Sparkles,

I added up a custom loop for my CPU and SLI GPU's and it came to over £550. I then found the XSPC Raystorm 750 EX240 kit for £128 and i just couldnt resist knowing i could atleast cool my CPU for now and add parts later.

I thought i was going to have to replace my pump / res and add more radiators. HOWEVER, i have been speaking to various people and they say my pump will be good enough to add my GPU's in too!

So...i might just buy a 200mm radiator, two GPU blocks and cool my cards too sometime soon!! thumb.gif

Owh that kit costs way more over here. But I can't use a bay reservoir. I have 2 hdd's in there + fancontroller.

Here's the topic

Oh and I took some pics with my dslr, to bad my desk is in the way though

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