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so this could do it okay? if i just buy some more tubing and a gfx cooling block?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12..._Hot_Item.html
I don't have any experience with that kit so im not sure, my concern would be the pump (don't really know much about it). But I haven't heard anything bad about the kit. Someone who has experience with that kit would be better off helping you with that question.
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i know about the 6950, already bought it just said 6970 cause guess the temps will be the same
LOL good man
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post #13 of 20
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so this could do it okay? if i just buy some more tubing and a gfx cooling block?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12..._Hot_Item.html
Yes it would if you can fit a thicker rad in your case i would get this kit RX360 KIT its the identical kit only with a much better rad

For a CPU GPU loop the kit would work perfectly, the pump is the weakest link in the kit though so if you plan to upgrade to say a CFX setup you will need to replace it.

All you would need like you said is a little extra tubing a GPU block, 2 stop fittings and 2 barbs and your good.
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post #14 of 20
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I don't have any experience with that kit so im not sure, my concern would be the pump (don't really know much about it). But I haven't heard anything bad about the kit. Someone who has experience with that kit would be better off helping you with that question.
Do you have any other suggestions then? bc im all new to wc and dont really know what pump is needed for a good 360 rad etc.
all suggestions would be appreciated

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Yes it would if you can fit a thicker rad in your case i would get this kit RX360 KIT its the identical kit only with a much better rad

For a CPU GPU loop the kit would work perfectly, the pump is the weakest link in the kit though so if you plan to upgrade to say a CFX setup you will need to replace it.

All you would need like you said is a little extra tubing a GPU block, 2 stop fittings and 2 barbs and your good.
well, there should be space enough in my haf 932 right? and would it be a problem if i make it a push pull, and then put it at the top?
Edited by Ridick2602 - 1/27/11 at 2:00am
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post #15 of 20
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Do you have any other suggestions then? bc im all new to wc and dont really know what pump is needed for a good 360 rad etc.
all suggestions would be appreciated



well, there should be space enough in my haf 932 right? and would it be a problem if i make it a push pull, and then put it at the top?
Actually I updated one of my previous posts, must have just missed it

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post12160271
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Do you have any other suggestions then? bc im all new to wc and dont really know what pump is needed for a good 360 rad etc.
all suggestions would be appreciated



well, there should be space enough in my haf 932 right? and would it be a problem if i make it a push pull, and then put it at the top?
It RX360 will fit fine, im not sure on push/pull though, with the exrra thickness of the rad i dont think it fits. someone with the 932 will have to give you a definite on that though.
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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Therionx View Post
It RX360 will fit fine, im not sure on push/pull though, with the exrra thickness of the rad i dont think it fits. someone with the 932 will have to give you a definite on that though.
Okay, thanks for the help, ill start looking for it

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Originally Posted by xlastshotx View Post
If you are going to water cool the 6970 and the 2011 socket cpu I would recommend a nice 360 radiator, if you just watercool the processor a 240 would be good.


**Edit
This is what I would buy for a cpu and graphics card loop (what I am actually planning on buying for my current pc):

CPU Block (may or may not fit a 2011 socket cpu, to early to tell)
Pump
Pump Top/Res
Radiator
Tubing
Barbs
(Add gpu block for that gpu)

Thanks, it looks great Just have to find it in europe, else it would be too exspensive.
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post #18 of 20
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Okay, thanks for the help, ill start looking for it




Thanks, it looks great Just have to find it in europe, else it would be too exspensive.
i just saw what he posted the only item i would change out of it is the pump, id get this one MCP355 18w its essentially the same pump but with a little more power, that with the restop in the list makes it one of the best performance combos you can get, and will fully support any other block you add to the loop later on. Other then that thats would be an excellent setup and well put together kit
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post #19 of 20
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i just saw what he posted the only item i would change out of it is the pump, id get this one MCP355 18w its essentially the same pump but with a little more power, that with the restop in the list makes it one of the best performance combos you can get, and will fully support any other block you add to the loop later on. Other then that thats would be an excellent setup and well put together kit
thanks, ill have a look at it. now ill just have to see what fits my budget, bc the prices is about the double here
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post #20 of 20
You need not worry!

I have one of the most "ghetto" W/C setups well... maybe just the res but let me tell you about my travels LOL

I have taken my sig rig (which BTW is using a length of 2" diameter PVC with glued on end caps and tapped holed I drilled myself as a res....

I've taken this PC (in the back floorboard of a '92 Buick Regal GS no less) from Michigan to Tennessee back to Michigan then back to Tennessee then to Florida then back to Michigan then back to Tennessee and finally back to Michigan all of this since july..... I put roughly 15000 miles on my car with my PC

forgot to mention the loop was fully filled every time and STAYED that way lol

I've had 0 that is ZERO leaks none! all you have to do is make sure your fittings are tight and everything is pretty secure.... you'll be fine

I made the first few trips with my rad just sitting on the top of the case held up by a single large zip tie put across the top rails of the case about 3/4 of the way along the rad and one edge on the back edge of the case
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