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post #1 of 20
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I'm finally making the plunge into water cooling
I need to verify with the experts (you guys) if this setup will work for what I have

PUMP: MCP35X
Res: MCP35X-RES
CPU Block: Watercool Heatkiller LGA1366 Rev. 3.0 Copper
GPU Blocks: Two DangerDen DD-GTX480 All Copper Version
RAD: XSPC RX 480 Quad 120mm

All using 1/2inch barbs and 7/16 tubing.

I have an i7 920 Stock settings
and two EVGA 480GTX SC

My biggest concern is if the Rad will be sufficient for this setup. Or is it even possible to move to a RX360?

Let me know!
THX

-Eric
post #2 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by juanes66 View Post

My biggest concern is if the Rad will be sufficient for this setup. Or is it even possible to move to a RX360?

-Eric
i would go the the XPSC CPU block but other varies

1 Loop?

remember to get kill coil and/or PT Nuke

also if you ever want to drain add a T-line

your about to buy the same rad might as well go with the XPSC RX360 Kit if your going to use that Rad

someone else might give you a better input than me for the Rad
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Originally Posted by k0rnh0li0 View Post
i would go the the XPSC CPU block but other varies

1 Loop?

remember to get kill coil and/or PT Nuke

also if you ever want to drain add a T-line

your about to buy the same rad might as well go with the XPSC RX360 Kit if your going to use that Rad

someone else might give you a better input than me for the Rad
Yeah its one loop.
10-4 on the PT Nuke.. I'll get that..
post #4 of 20
it will work but I would have to agree
I run the heatkiller v3 myself and love it but I bought mine 2 months before the rasa came out
the rasa is about 50.00 and is suppose to give you 1-2c better performance

its up to you

you might think about getting the xspc 750 rasa kit with the 360rad (320qp works great) and then just add your cpu block
would save you a few dollars and give you a great loop

in the end its all personal choice
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With an i7 and two GTX 480s in the loop a 360 radiator would really be pushing it. A 480 radiator would probably be your best bet.

As far as the blocks go I would get EK 480 blocks instead. Skinnee Labs did a roundup of GTX480 blocks and found that the EK 480 block provided 2C cooler core temperature than the DangerDen. Another advantage to the EK Block is that they can more easily be connected together with the use of an EK link bridge.
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Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
it will work but I would have to agree
I run the heatkiller v3 myself and love it but I bought mine 2 months before the rasa came out
the rasa is about 50.00 and is suppose to give you 1-2c better performance

its up to you

you might think about getting the xspc 750 rasa kit with the 360rad (320qp works great) and then just add your cpu block
would save you a few dollars and give you a great loop

in the end its all personal choice
Hmm I have been looking at the RASA kit from jab-tech.com it has the RX360 but i'm wondering if that pump,res setup could handle my i7 920, and 2 GTX480's
post #7 of 20
The pump could easily handle the load but I'd be concerned about the radiator. A 360 radiator for an i7 and two 480s is not going to work very well. What case do you have? Maybe you get the RX360 kit and then add another radiator in somewhere else in the case?
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in my last post I meant to say a second 360 (320qp) rad would finish off your loop and be great. its about 45.00
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post #9 of 20
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My Case is a Lian Li PC-A71 FULL-ATX
with 6 120mm fans (4 across the HDD's) and 2 at the back

I will most likely need to mount the RAD (or RADS) on the outside havent totally decided on that part yet.
post #10 of 20
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Okay after more searching, and your advise.. Ive decided to try this route now...
Swiftech MCP35X with Revision2 Res
Swiftech MCR320-QP 3x120mm
Tygon 7/16 tubing and bitspower g1/4 for 1/2in fittings
and 2 EK-FC480

This will not cool my CPU at the moment.. I will add that later... as frankly my cpu runs real cool with my cooler master heatsink. max load 50Cish

withe the one MCR320-QP handle two EVGA 480GTX SC? Im guessing it will since alot of people run one on an i7 and 480

let me know..

-Eric
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