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post #11 of 22
3/8" barbs will work w/ 3/8" ID tubing and 1/2" barbs work with either 1/2" ID or 7/16" ID tubing. 7/16" is a bit tighter, but it will give you the most uniform ID throughout your system and the tighter fittings will be less likely to leak. I would recommend 7/16" ID tubing and 1/2" barbs
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post #12 of 22
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http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...6/cl-w0076.asp

What about that ^^^ and i would get a VPU block and prob a bigger watter holder. Thats would be quite good am i right? as it as it has 3 120 fans that can handle some good clocking?
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post #13 of 22
If you do decide to go with a Thermaltake kit then it's better to pick the 735 (1 fan, 1 radiator) or the 745 (3 fans, 2 radiators) over the SE as they have 3/8" tubing and a more powerful pump.
More over, whatever you choose try to install the radiator outside the case as this will help with your temperatures.
Also consider the following loop (reservoir -> pump -> radiator -> cpu block) instead of the one Thermaltake proposes (reservoir -> pump -> cpu block -> radiator).
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post #14 of 22
agreed... if you're going to get a thermaltake... the best would be 745 esp since you are planning on adding a gpu block. but for that price you could do a custom 3/8" setup that would perform better.
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as im thinking about geting the one with 2 radioators would this be the right way to fit it? (with a GPU block)

Small radiator > Cpu block > reservoir > pump > big radiator > GPU cooler

what do you think? i thought the garphics card would need the big radiator because they are hotter, well i think mine is any way, but that may be completly wrong?
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post #16 of 22
Here is probably one of the best commercial kits:http://www.crazypc.com/store/merchan...duct_Code=9370
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post #17 of 22
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as im thinking about geting the one with 2 radioators would this be the right way to fit it? (with a GPU block)

Small radiator > Cpu block > reservoir > pump > big radiator > GPU cooler

what do you think? i thought the garphics card would need the big radiator because they are hotter, well i think mine is any way, but that may be completly wrong?
While it's true that GPUs usually reach higher temps than CPUs there's still the fact that a CPU has a larger surface through which it exchanges heat with the cooling block.
I'd use the big radiator for the CPU and the small one for the GPU.
Remember to test you loop for leaks outside the case for at least 24 hours. Trust me, it's better to take your time and wait an additional day to test than short-circuit some of your valuable components because you were in a hurry to get it up and running.
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post #18 of 22
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ahh ok well i will do that then, but the way it is set up is ok?

alsow would say its worth me getin a water tank, lke one off thease 2?

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...1/cl-w0031.asp

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...1/cl-w0031.asp

???

Im not sure how it can help, but i guess having more water in the whole thing it would keep cooler because it has more time to cool before its used again? am i right? if so which would you say is better to get? i think the round blue one because it is like a heatsink thing but the drive bay one will save space?
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post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by crumpy
ahh ok well i will do that then, but the way it is set up is ok?

alsow would say its worth me getin a water tank, lke one off thease 2?

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...1/cl-w0031.asp

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...1/cl-w0031.asp

???

Im not sure how it can help, but i guess having more water in the whole thing it would keep cooler because it has more time to cool before its used again? am i right? if so which would you say is better to get? i think the round blue one because it is like a heatsink thing but the drive bay one will save space?
Both links point to the same page.
If you are talking about adding this resevoir to the Thermaltake 735 or 745 kits then I'd say Thermaltake knows best. If it would have helped improve performance then I'm sure they would have kept it instead of just adding a resevoir near the pump.
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http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/produc...9/cl-w0009.asp

sorry thats^^ the other one, the drive bay one is what comes with the bigwater SE and that one ^^ is an upgrade for all of them i think.

Are you saying its a good idea to get it? or you saying stick with the one TT provide?

Also 1 small question could any one recomend a GPU block for me to get? i was going to just get TT one but i have read the SwiftTech one is good but i dont no about any others
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