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Originally Posted by Snips View Post
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/...its-Page1.html

Frozencpu still has the RS360 kit

EDIT:


This. I don't think Y-fitings are good, heard that they reduce flow. I don't think they are necessary in your case anyway
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post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by Snips View Post
IIRC the Supreme HF beats the Sapphire
I should have been more specific....

I already own the Swiftech Apogee GTZ, MCR-320, and MCP-655B

I am NOT going to put the 260 under water only the 580 (1 of my 260s will be my Physx card and am selling the other)

Noise is not an issue

I was looking for the best configuration with the parts listed

And an answer to my question about Y fittings:
Would I get better flow/temps running:

res>pump>rad>Y>cpu+gpu>Y>board>back to res

OR

res>pump>rad>cpu>gpu>mobo>back to res

OR

Are there any other orders of components or fitting options that would work better?

And I'm using the blocks listed FOR SURE and am 99% sure about the bay res
(remember noise NOT an issue)

So please I understand that yes there are better W/C parts but these are what I am using..... again because I already own the cpu block the pump and the rad I am NOT buying new ones....
Edited by Tristanguy1224 - 1/27/11 at 3:12am
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post #13 of 19
If you already got all your parts then you cool, dont waste more money of course.
I still not getting that you mean with pump>res, the water is pumped out of you reservoir by the pump, and then a popular choice is to have it pumped into the radiator and from there to go to the diferent blocks, the cpu block being the first contact after the rad and so on.

Edit: oh never mind this m8, didnt see you have one of them bay mounted pumps :/
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post #14 of 19
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If you already got all your parts then you cool, dont waste more money of course.
I still not getting that you mean with pump>res, the water is pumped out of you reservoir by the pump, and then a popular choice is to have it pumped into the radiator and from there to go to the diferent blocks, the cpu block being the first contact after the rad and so on.

Edit: oh never mind this m8, didnt see you have one of them bay mounted pumps :/
OOPS.... lol it was meant to be res>pump.... 6am here and haven't been to sleep..... editing now

EDIT: didn't see your edit.... guess the whole pump>res res>pump thing is moot like that....
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post #15 of 19
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I should have been more specific....

I already own the Swiftech Apogee GTZ, MCR-320, and MCP-655B

I am NOT going to put the 260 under water only the 580 (1 of my 260s will be my Physx card and am selling the other)

Noise is not an issue

I was looking for the best configuration with the parts listed

And an answer to my question about Y fittings:
Would I get better flow/temps running:

pump>res>rad>Y>cpu+gpu>Y>board>back to res

OR

pump>res>rad>cpu>gpu>mobo>back to res

OR

Are there any other orders of components or fitting options that would work better?

And I'm using the blocks listed FOR SURE and am 99% sure about the bay res
(remember noise NOT an issue)

So please I understand that yes there are better W/C parts but these are what I am using..... again because I already own the cpu block the pump and the rad I am NOT buying new ones....

res>pump>rad>cpu>gpu>mobo>back to res would be good.
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res>pump>rad>cpu>gpu>mobo>back to res would be good.
fixed.... and like I said.... I think it's a moot point with a bay res that holds the pump..... lol
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Nice guide but I'm not exactly a noob.... I know all the basics I was looking for that couple extra c that can be squeezed out by just running a different order or whatever


Oh and before I forget "whoop whoop"
Keep it fresh ninja...
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Nice guide but I'm not exactly a noob.... I know all the basics I was looking for that couple extra c that can be squeezed out by just running a different order or whatever


Oh and before I forget "whoop whoop"
Keep it fresh ninja...
No reason to wc your mb all it does it add restriction to your loop only the essentials should be wced like the cpu and gpu.
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