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Mainly want to bring down the temps on my 920, but I would like to include the 470's as well if the budget allows. I'm new to water cooling and need some help picking out parts for the loop. This is in my HAF 932. Any help is appreciated and Merry Christmas!
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http://www.jab-tech.com/XSPC-Rasa-75...t-pr-4780.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...l=g30c311s1174
190+109+(tubing/barbs)=around 400$
if you plan OC add another RAD
    
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I have 2 470's though. Do you think 1 360 rad would be enough for the cpu and 2 gpus? I might be able to stretch the budget as well.
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I have 2 470's though. Do you think 1 360 rad would be enough for the cpu and 2 gpus? I might be able to stretch the budget as well.
What speed fans will you be running? It really depends on fan speed as with 3000 RPM fans a single 360 could cool a 480 tri-sli + 980x loop, however with 1500 RPM fans you could only cool a single 480 + 980x.
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I have 2 470's though. Do you think 1 360 rad would be enough for the cpu and 2 gpus? I might be able to stretch the budget as well.
First of all you have to decide if you want your set up to be quite or not
No for 920(it's a hot running chip)+2X470's you best bet is two solid RAD's,the possibility's of how you mount them are endless,here is good and cheap way of making this possible (1x360+200 or 220/40+200 RAD's)..all internal;
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...dual-loop.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...tl=g30c95s1344

Edit; If you want to cool all this components your budget will have to stretch ;(
Great How-to,guide for begeners;
http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/water...beginners.html
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What speed fans will you be running? It really depends on fan speed as with 3000 RPM fans a single 360 could cool a 480 tri-sli + 980x loop, however with 1500 RPM fans you could only cool a single 480 + 980x.
Will probably be going with AP-15 gentle typhoons. They're around 1500 rpm so it might be tight?

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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post
First of all you have to decide if you want your set up to be quite or not
No for 920(it's a hot running chip)+2X470's you best bet is two solid RAD's,the possibility's of how you mount them are endless,here is good and cheap way of making this possible (1x360+200 or 220/40+200 RAD's)..all internal;
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...dual-loop.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...tl=g30c95s1344

Edit; If you want to cool all this components your budget will have to stretch ;(
Great How-to,guide for begeners;
http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/water...beginners.html
Thanks for the guide I'll be sure to check it out. As said above I think I'll use the gentle typhoons.
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AP-15s are 1850 RPM. On an XSPC RX360:



You're going to be dumping around 800w of heat into that loop. With those fans at a 10C delta you are going to have around 600w of heat dissipation. Since you need 800W, you will get a :

800/600 * 10C = 13.3C delta.

While that isn't a great delta, you'll still be getting temperature far below air cooling. I'd guess 60C load GPUs with 70C load on CPU (Depends on your overclock quite a bit).
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Oh right they are 1850's sorry I was thinking of the ap-14's for some reason. So any ideas on how to get up to that 800W of heat dissipation? I don't want it to get too much louder than the gentle typhoons. I'd probably be going to around 4.2 ghz so 70 load doesn't sound too bad.
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Maybe running dual 240 rads one between the cpu and 470s and one after the 470s or the pump. Depending on price of course. Maybe even just a 120 rad between the cpu and cards?
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Would a 360 and a 240 fit in the HAF 932?? If not I could go for the 120 and I guess it should be enough.
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