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$350 budget loop

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i planned to have my next rig wc'ed
the setup will be
x6 1055T/i7 870
2x 570
i do have some " vacuum cleaner " Delta 3200RPM and 5500RPM fan
that looks like this . will it be ok to put them on a radiator ? how long the screws could be so i won't kill the rad ? i want to have a single rad only so please help me out of this . i don't know which kind of screws to put on as i've only tried 25mm fans . i feared that i might accidentally kill the rad while screw the fans on
can you guys help me put together a watercool build please
thanks
merry chrismas and happy new beer
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edit : $350 is just for CPU loop only , GPU blocks / fittings / extra tube is not count
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p/s : will it be ok to use some cheap automotive fittings as listed on ebay ( 1/4 BSP , 1/2" ID )? i don't want to spend lots of money on fittings and i wants some extra for the future too
Edited by duong01 - 12/26/10 at 7:07am
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p/s : will it be ok to use some cheap automotive fittings as listed on ebay ( 1/4 BSP , 1/2" ID )? i don't want to spend lots of money on fittings and i wants some extra for the future too
Those won't work with your watercooling loop. The thread is simply too long, most waterblocks don't have that much space for threading inside the block.

Normal Bitspower 1/2" ID Fittings are only $2.50 each here, so it's not a huge cost.
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thanks . and i'd like to ask to something more
is it possible to mod the swiftech mcp80 block and full cover plate of the gtx480 to work on my dual 570 setup ? if it doesn't is there any other alternatives for it ? i want some full cover block , not just the mosfet and the gpu
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