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i been here a while now and i asked so many time for a built for my computer on H2O but now i have the money for it.. can you guys help me out ?

idk if i need 2 loops for my system or one becuz i have an i7 920 using the V10 cooler at 4.32ghz and running around 75*C at 80% use. then come the 2x 480 running at normal speed. my budget is at 300 ish can any one help me out ?
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$300 for a CPU and 2 cards? No. $450? Yes!

XSPC RX360 Kit - $190
EK 480 Block x2 =- $220
Danger Den Sli Fittings - $15
Bitspower 1/2" Barbed Fitting - $5
Primochill 7/16" ID 5/8" OD LRT Tubing (whichever color) - $20 (10 feet)
PT_Nuke - $3
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charlie I have a question.

I want to add two EK full cover blocks to my CPU only loop. Will the x20 pump suffice?
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
$300 for a CPU and 2 cards? No. $450? Yes!

XSPC RX360 Kit - $190
EK 480 Block x2 =- $220
Danger Den Sli Fittings - $15
Bitspower 1/2" Barbed Fitting - $5
Primochill 7/16" ID 5/8" OD LRT Tubing (whichever color) - $20 (10 feet)
PT_Nuke - $3
You're missing a radiator (most likely a quad), pump and reservoir (T-line works too).
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450$ is fine too how many rad would i need 1 ? or 2 ?
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You're missing a radiator (most likely a quad), pump and reservoir (T-line works too).
its at the top. xpsc rasa kit.
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post #7 of 19
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charlie I have a question.

I want to add two EK full cover blocks to my CPU only loop. Will the x20 pump suffice?
Yes, feel free. I would run them in parallel with an EK bridge to reduce restriction though.

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450$ is fine too how many rad would i need 1 ? or 2 ?
Well for $450 you only get a single 3 fan radiator, which is sufficient but not ideal. If you increased your budget to $550 you could add a second 360 (3 x 120mm) radiator and drop your temperatures by 6-7C.
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Yes, feel free. I would run them in parallel with an EK bridge to reduce restriction though.
So you'd get another pump eh.

I heard the x20 pumps don't have that great of head pressure.

What's EK bridge? (n00b)
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post #9 of 19
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So you'd get another pump eh.

I heard the x20 pumps don't have that great of head pressure.

What's EK bridge? (n00b)
No, I would stick with the XSPC pump.

Here is what you need:

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-parallel.html

As well as two of these (one for each card):

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...k-geforce.html

Of course they are also available at many of the US retailers, I just linked to the original manufacturers page.
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post #10 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
No, I would stick with the XSPC pump.

Here is what you need:

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-parallel.html

As well as two of these (one for each card):

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...k-geforce.html

Of course they are also available at many of the US retailers, I just linked to the original manufacturers page.
Sorry to the OP for hijacking.

Charlie PM me, as I have no idea what those two things do and how to install them properly.

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