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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rognin;13196124 
Ohh nice!!! I'm on it. So 1 240 and one 120 will fit as long as the fans don't exceed 25mm in width.

Edit:
Alright, so this is what I would build in about 3 weeks. If you guys can help point out the things that don't work or parts that would work better please do. I promise I'll take pictures!!!

COOLING KIT
Rads:
-Hardware Labs Black Ice® GT Stealth 240 XFlow - Coolmetal Blue
-Hardware Labs Black Ice® GT Stealth 120 XFlow - Coolmetal Blue

Pump and reservoir:
-5.25" drive bay Reservoir and Pump combo, Koolance RP-1000BK, Black

CPU Block:
-Koolance CPU-370 (CPU), 1.5mm Midplate

Tubing:
-Koolance Tubing, Clear UV-Reactive PVC, ID: 10mm (3/8"); OD: 13mm (1/2")

Radiator Fans:
-Scythe SY1225SL12SH 120mm "Slipstream" Case Fans

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The Xflow flavor of the stealth has one port on each end, not sure but it might be blocked by the 120 rad you are planning on getting. I stuck with the regular 240 stealth since both ports or on the same side and no chance of getting in the way of my H70.
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Good to know, I'll change the rads. Thanks!
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Any reason you are going with the Koolance RP-1000BK? Barbs or compression fittings? Slipstream's are not the best rad fans out there. Check this thread out for fans.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/859483-round-6-fan-testing-working-thread.html
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post #844 of 18217
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Originally Posted by GoodInk;13196754 
Any reason you are going with the Koolance RP-1000BK? Barbs or compression fittings? Slipstream's are not the best rad fans out there. Check this thread out for fans.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/859483-round-6-fan-testing-working-thread.html


For the RP-1000BK is it's a 5.25" with fan and pump control. It's discrete and looks good. Granted the pump is a little on the low side. Any suggestions?

Seems the Sythe Typhoons are the way to go. Guess I'll change for those.


Edit: P.S. I'm new at this, will be my first WC build.
Edited by Rognin - 4/19/11 at 9:31pm
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post #845 of 18217
I have a 240mm radiator up top, and a 120mm radiator on the exhaust. To mount the 120mm I had to move the 240mm rad toward the front of the case one hole in the grill. That gave me clearance to for the 120mm. Then I had to used a fan between the case and the 120mm because mounting it directly to the case made it press on the case and the plastic tab for removing the plastic on the rear.

So I have 3 fans on radiators, all as exhaust on the case and in configuration. I can add another 120mm fan to the 120mm radiator(higher FPI count) just by sliding it into place between my top rad and the compression fittings. Perfect fit.

Thinking of removing the 120mm radiator and getting either a 200mm up front, or a thick 240mm radiator on the bottom in front of my PSU
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post #846 of 18217
Rognin --

I would use the PrimoChill/PrimoFlex Tubing rather than the Koolance Tubing. I think it's probably some of the best tubing around. No problem with kinking whatsoever and it doesn't cloud up. 3/8" or 1/2" ID -- up to you. Doesn't really matter. But if you use the 3/8" ID, definitely go with the 5/8" OD.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7187/ex-tub-189/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_PRO_LRT_Tubing_38ID_58_OD_with_18_Wall_-_Clear.html?tl=g30c99s171

As far as the CPU water block -- great choice. It's the one I'm using and it's giving me really good results. Here's a good review:

http://skinneelabs.com/cpu-370-review/

Have you considered hanging the 120mm rad on the outside of the case? It'll save you a lot of room. It'll be more efficient and it really doesn't look that bad. I've got mine set up that way. That way you won't have to worry about the clearance factor and you get to keep your rear exhaust fan which is very useful.

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As far as the Slipstream fans, I agree with the other comments. There are much better fans out there for rad cooling. I'm using the Noiseblockers. They're expensive, but extremely quiet and very well made.

At any rate, some things to think about. Good luck with the build.
Edited by Danchyk - 4/19/11 at 10:18pm
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post #847 of 18217
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Originally Posted by Rognin;13196983 
For the RP-1000BK is it's a 5.25" with fan and pump control. It's discrete and looks good. Granted the pump is a little on the low side. Any suggestions?

Seems the Sythe Typhoons are the way to go. Guess I'll change for those.


Edit: P.S. I'm new at this, will be my first WC build.

The only reason I asked is that if any one of the 3 parts goes out you must replace the entire unit. I'm going to try to cover a lot of ground here, plus I'm not sure what you are looking for.

Pumps
Swiftech MCP35X 12v PWM Controlled-100% controlled by the MB
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11740/ex-pmp-109/Swiftech_MCP35X_12v_PWM_Controlled_Water_Pump.html?tl=g30c107s153
Swiftech MCP655-no RPM lead
With manual speed control
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/6190/ex-pmp-54/Swiftech_MCP655_12v_Water_Pump_w_Speed_Control_and_38_Conversion_Kit_317_GPH.html?tl=g30c107s153
With out speed control
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2128/ex-pmp-27/Swiftech_MCP655-B_12v_Water_Pump_w_38_Conversion_Kit_317_GPH.html?tl=g30c107s153
Danger Den DD-CPX Pro-has RPM lead
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7505/ex-pmp-64/Danger_Den_DD-CPX_Pro_12V_3_Pin_Powered_Pump_-_237_GPH_DD-CPX_Pro.html?tl=g30c107s153

Reservoirs
You must look around, too many to list, plus there are many that are pump specific. Here are a few.
XSPC 5.25" Bay Reservoir-Single bay res
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2184/ex-res-104/XSPC_525_Bay_Reservoir_-_Clear_Silver_Black.html?tl=g30c97s168
FrozenQ-Very cool, comes in many colors and styles, not cheap
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11227/ex-res-235/FrozenQ_PC_Mods_160mm_Liquid_Fusion_Reservoir_V_Series_2nd_Generation-_UV_Cathode_-_UV_Red_Helix.html?tl=g30c97s165
Swiftech MCRES Micro-Small and cheap, works well
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8336/ex-res-144/Swiftech_MCRES_Micro_Rev_2_Small_Form_Factor_High-Flow_Reservoir_12_ID_and_38_ID.html?tl=g30c97s165

Fan controller
Any will work, I like this one because it controls 3-pin fans with the PWM signal from the MB
Sunbeam 30W Rheosmart 6 Channel Smart Fan Controller
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12481/bus-247/Sunbeam_30W_Rheosmart_6_Channel_Smart_Fan_Controller_-_Black_PL-RS-6.html?tl=g47c17s286

Before you make the jump in to water make sure you read up on it ask questions, and look to see what others are using for ideas.
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post #848 of 18217
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Originally Posted by Sedyn;12338383 
I'm working on it as well, and will certainly post up as soon as I can find it for sale.

I've been checking here and several sites daily since it was announced. I even ordered a mnpctech 3x120mm billet fan grill for my 600T as I need a lot more air flow for the oc'd 2x6970s but it didn't fit the curve of the case.

I have a mountain mods 5.25 120mm fan adaptor as well. Love the 600T, and my other Corsair products as well. AX850, 1866 Vengeance ram and an H70 etc. Awesome stuff.

The mesh panel is perfect, streaming air directly at the CPU, ram, and a couple on the intakes of the GPUs. Now I just need to get it in my hands!

Does Sedyn or anyone else have a pic of the Mountain Mods 5.25 120mm Fan Mount installed and exposed on their 600T?
Edited by compudaze - 4/20/11 at 9:41am
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Originally Posted by GoodInk;13197993 
The only reason I asked is that if any one of the 3 parts goes out you must replace the entire unit. I'm going to try to cover a lot of ground here, plus I'm not sure what you are looking for.

Before you make the jump in to water make sure you read up on it ask questions, and look to see what others are using for ideas.

So I went for the tubing, kept the cpu block, changed for the Zalman SF3 fans, and the fan control suggested (looks like it'll fit well with the case).

I'm not to fond of having a pump just anywhere in the case, and I really like the 5.25" reservoir&pump combos. Maybe because I like it to be clean and discrete inside. I'll look into the MCP35X.
Edited by Rognin - 4/20/11 at 9:31am
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So I went for the tubing, kept the cpu block, changed for the Zalman SF3 fans, and the fan control suggested (looks like it'll fit well with the case).

I'm not to fond of having a pump just anywhere in the case, and I really like the 5.25" reservoir&pump combos. Maybe because I like it to be clean and discrete inside. I'll look into the MCP35X.

There are res for the pumps that will fit in the bays but they take up 2 slots.
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