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post #8671 of 18197
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Please choose black tubing over the full red theme. Right now the rig seems flooded with red all over the place. I prefer highlights and shadows in a rig, Its going to be a perfect match for the black sparkle fittings as well rolleyes.gif

Ordered some black tubing today and 2 containers of clear radiator coolant, also looking at ordering in some red clear just to see what it looks like but that will have to come from the USA, so 4 weeks wait for that. One thing to note though about my build is that I dont have to have the inside fan leds on, and normal running of the rig they are off. Was toying with the idea of putting a white led strip underneith the case for lighting affect.. but still so much to do, and not enought time.. thumb.gif
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Out of curiosity what Watercooling kit would i need to cool my CPU and 2 x GTX 670 Direct CU II's that would fit into my Corsair 600T?

I'm fairly interested into looking at the possibilities provided its safe enough to watercool. Im totally new to watercooling, i know the GPU blocks alone are going to cost around £180
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post #8673 of 18197
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Out of curiosity what Watercooling kit would i need to cool my CPU and 2 x GTX 670 Direct CU II's that would fit into my Corsair 600T?

I'm fairly interested into looking at the possibilities provided its safe enough to watercool. Im totally new to watercooling, i know the GPU blocks alone are going to cost around £180
xspc are the best but there are no kits for both. you're going to have a custom loop if you'd like to watercool the gpu too. as for the gpu try a universal gpu block. i got this problem in mine (a single model gpu block) where the block didn't make any contact on the gpu's vcore and skyrocketed my temps @ 90*C on idle.
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post #8674 of 18197
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Out of curiosity what Watercooling kit would i need to cool my CPU and 2 x GTX 670 Direct CU II's that would fit into my Corsair 600T?

I'm fairly interested into looking at the possibilities provided its safe enough to watercool. Im totally new to watercooling, i know the GPU blocks alone are going to cost around £180

Like the above user posted, you will need some additional parts to a kit for your sli GPUs. But if your willing to do a little mod and sacrifice your top 5.25 bay, I would get a kit with a 360 radiator. But if your OCing a 360 would just barely be enough. I would recommend adding another radiator somewhere, but is not completely necessary.

As for it being safe, that is debatable. Obviously water and electronics dont mix well. But pure distilled water isnt as conductive as you might think. I was topping off my loop one time and I overfilled it. Water ran down my MOBO's right side, all over my IDE, 24 pin, sata ports, and anything else on that side, WHILE IT WAS CRUNCHING BOINC. I didnt notice how much water it was until I turned off my rig(through the proper process) and tore it apart. I was shocked, but the computer wasnt tongue.gif

But I did recently mess up my Aquaero's RGB with a small water leak thanks to my 2nd faulty Monsoon led light fitting. So there is some risk, but not as much as you would think IMO

Also you can think of it this way. What causes the most damage to electronics?? Heat. And a WC loop can dispel that heat faster, more efficiently, and farther away than a HSF could. So a WC loop is actually safer in that aspect. Thats my 2cents.gif
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post #8675 of 18197
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Switched from Cosmos II to a 600T SE today. Loving this case!




This is one of the nicest setups I've ever seen! Congrats
post #8676 of 18197
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Out of curiosity what Watercooling kit would i need to cool my CPU and 2 x GTX 670 Direct CU II's that would fit into my Corsair 600T?

I'm fairly interested into looking at the possibilities provided its safe enough to watercool. Im totally new to watercooling, i know the GPU blocks alone are going to cost around £180

A couple thing I could suggest

+ Put a 360 up top and a 400 at the front and loose your 5.25" drive bay and do a setup similar to Car17, you will however need a dual pump system for enough pressure in my opinion.

+ Purchase a GTX Titan and sell off your GTX 670's. Why do I say this, simple. The cost of two radiators, pumps, res, water blocks and all those connectors would be very close to the cost of a Titain. The Titian has more processing power than a dual SLI GXT 670 setup and this would put you in a better position with GPU.

As for safe enough.. well.. if you intend to setup an open loop system and then just forget about it.. I would say you are not ready for this. If you are willing to open your case up and inspect your build and monitor your temps then all will be good.

I have almost all my water loop stuff on one side which I call the wet side, just in case something bursts. This also includes both my radiator inlets not being directly over the top of my mainboard or PSU like most people do. One good thing about the 600T is the PSU is raised 5mm off the bottom of the case, and if water does leak it does not go into your PSU but drains through all those holes in the bottom of the case over your floor biggrin.gif

Any way I hope this helps
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post #8677 of 18197
Cheers mate.

I only just bought my second GTX 670 a few weeks ago as i was waiting for titan but it is way out of my price range, plus i dont think its much different considering all but one of my games support SLI no problems.I only run a single 180p 120hz monitor too. I'd be lucky to get £500 for my GTX 670's and titan in the UK is around £900 meaning id have to find £400 for the 'upgrade'

By the sounds of it, it's going to cost quite a lot to get my CPU and GPU's cooled, its probably not worth the money considering i change graphics cards every year and probably CPU's too!

I am happy to check temps, inspect the condition of components etc i love tinkering around with my build.
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2x 670s will be fine for games for quite a while. Start putting money Side for water cooling, and then upgrade when the 700 series comes out. Buy an inevitable 780 or something and then water cool your system
    
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You'll be alright. I have 2 6950's and they still run most games at max settings. I can't see myself spending 1000+ on video for just a few games that I can't max. That's just me tho.
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Would it be better to buy two corsair 120mm on the top for exhaust or get a 200mm Bitfenix Spectre Pro?

I am also going to swap out the corsair 200mm with a 200mm Bitfenix Spectre Pro. The current one makes a really annoying whine when I use the fan controller.

Also is the corsair 120mm a good exhaust fan in the rear or should I look at something else?

I was playing tomb raider all weekend and noticed everything was running warmer than usual. I had an antec 900 as my last case and that thing ran SUPER cool and quiet.

I updated my sig rig with current pictures, so you can get an idea.
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