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post #11 of 20
If you get EK-FC480, you won't be disappointed. Tygon tubing is also great. As well as the MCP35x haha.

Sounds like my build cept I have ThermoChill TA120.3 radiators and an EK CPU block too.
post #12 of 20
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If you get EK-FC480, you won't be disappointed. Tygon tubing is also great. As well as the MCP35x haha.

Sounds like my build cept I have ThermoChill TA120.3 radiators and an EK CPU block too.
nice!

Are you running SLI or just GPU and CPU?
post #13 of 20
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nice!

Are you running SLI or just GPU and CPU?
SLI

If you want to make life much much easier and more aesthetically pleasing, you should pick up 2xEK-FC GeForce Links and 1xEK Dual Parallel. Then you don't need to connect each card to the other, you just attach those and you're done. Saves you 2 compression fittings and it looks much nicer
post #14 of 20
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SLI

If you want to make life much much easier and more aesthetically pleasing, you should pick up 2xEK-FC GeForce Links and 1xEK Dual Parallel. Then you don't need to connect each card to the other, you just attach those and you're done. Saves you 2 compression fittings and it looks much nicer
Ohh crap... I didnt even know about those!! now I got to do more research!
post #15 of 20
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Ohh crap... I didnt even know about those!! now I got to do more research!
Yep. They really are THE best way to connect two graphics cards in your case. While they work fine for a two card setup, their real claim to fame is their 3 and 4 card solutions.
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post #16 of 20
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Okay this is what I got.. Hope it works now, and for the future!

EK FC Bridge Dual Parallel - SLI
EK Link GeForce x 2
EK GeForce 480 GTX VGA Liquid Cooling Block - Acetal X 2
Swiftech MCP35X
Res MCP35X pump Revision 2
Bitspower G 1/4in. 1/2in. Silver fittings
Tygon 7/16in tubing
Yate Loon 120x25mm High Speed Fans x 4 on fan controller
PT Nuke
MCB-120Rev 2 Radbox
MCR420-QP

Later i'll add in the CPU but for now got to quite down them GTX480's!

Thanks for all your help! I love this site
post #17 of 20
Haha, yea! Check this out juanes66, I just posted it last night: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post12342559

Might help you understand.
post #18 of 20
I would upgrade the GPU blocks to the nickel plated versions, for the extra $5-$10 you will get much better looking blocks with a higher resale value.

The nickel plating prevents oxidization.
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post #19 of 20
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Haha, yea! Check this out juanes66, I just posted it last night: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post12342559

Might help you understand.
I actually saw that! Looks great!

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I would upgrade the GPU blocks to the nickel plated versions, for the extra $5-$10 you will get much better looking blocks with a higher resale value.

The nickel plating prevents oxidization.
Dang already ordered and shipped will be here tuesday.. oh well next time for sure
post #20 of 20
It's not a huge deal, the difference is purely cosmetic. It just prevents the copper from slowly turning green and oxidizing.
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