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Hello;

I'll be cooling my new i7 990x processor and 2x gtx580s with a hailea hc-1000.

do you guys have any experience with the water chiller?

which pump do you recommend?

I'll be keeping the chiller a bit far from the computer since I don't want to hear anything when the pc is on.

Thanks in advance
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i saw a couple of these on ebay quite cheap recently and i nearly grabbed one,i think it was the hc 500 only went for £50!
danner mag7 is man enough for the job,as you mentioned having the chiller a distance from the pc.
i like the idea of being able to control the temps on the fly with those units.
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i saw a couple of these on ebay quite cheap recently and i nearly grabbed one,i think it was the hc 500 only went for £50!
danner mag7 is man enough for the job,as you mentioned having the chiller a distance from the pc.
i like the idea of being able to control the temps on the fly with those units.

u can't be serious, those things can't go for £50! show me one and I'll buy 10 of them!

Danner Mag-Drive Supreme 7 700 GPH Water Pump looks cool. Any more suggestions?

Oh and the loop; I'm thinking about the following order:
Pump > water chiller > CPU waterblock > GPU waterblocks > reservoir

and still couldn't decide on the capacity and brand of the reservoir..
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Loop order doesn't affect temperatures, as does the capacity of the reservoir. Use the loop order that requires the least amount of tubing and the reservoir that looks the best/fits in your case.

For the pump I would get the Swiftech MCP35X.
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why have a res? the chiller is the res...
unless of course your going to insulate the res,but it doesnt seem worthwhile as the object is lowest temps right?
of course seating the chiller higher than the pc will naturally allow the air to rise to the highest point
which would be the chillers reservoir-this works for me :0)
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Hailea-HC-300A-Water-cooler-/320656276225?pt=Computing_ComputerComponents_Fans_Heatsinks_SR&hash=item4aa89a7b01
here is a 300,which should be capable enough for a pc.
Edited by MightyMission - 2/18/11 at 12:33pm
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A ½ HP Hailea HC-500 can cool an overclocked i7 975 (4GHz at 51-58C / 4.4GHz at 60-67C). The 1 HP HC-1000 should be able to cool your i7 990X and two GTX580s without major problem to give some respectable temperature readings, especially if the CPU and the 2 cards are not stressed simultaneously.

As for the pump, Hailea HC-1000 works in the range of 1500-4000 L/H. To this end, Laing D5-Vario with a capacity of 1500 L/H (max) is a 'minimum' choice. The Danner Mag-Drive Supreme 7 700 GPH looks like a good choice as well. And I think Eheim Universal pump 1260 is another alternative (86 quid at AquaTuning).
Link:http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/index.php/cat/c85_Eheim.html

For the loop order, do not place the pump before the Hailea. If water enters into the radiator with full pressure, it may become leaky (see page 3 of the following link).

Must read link: http://www.overclockingstation.de/content/durchlaufkuehler-hailea-ultra-titan-500-a280.html

You should setup a build log to document this project too.
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A ½ HP Hailea HC-500 can cool an overclocked i7 975 (4GHz at 51-58C / 4.4GHz at 60-67C). The 1 HP HC-1000 should be able to cool your i7 990X and two GTX580s without major problem to give some respectable temperature readings, especially if the CPU and the 2 cards are not stressed simultaneously.

As for the pump, Hailea HC-1000 works in the range of 1500-4000 L/H. To this end, Laing D5-Vario with a capacity of 1500 L/H (max) is a 'minimum' choice. The Danner Mag-Drive Supreme 7 700 GPH looks like a good choice as well. And I think Eheim Universal pump 1260 is another alternative (86 quid at AquaTuning).
Link:http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/index.php/cat/c85_Eheim.html

For the loop order, do not place the pump before the Hailea. If water enters into the radiator with full pressure, it may become leaky (see page 3 of the following link).

Must read link: http://www.overclockingstation.de/content/durchlaufkuehler-hailea-ultra-titan-500-a280.html

You should setup a build log to document this project too.

thanks a lot, I might setup a build log as soon as I get all the parts.
one question, if I change the loop order and the water enters in to any of the water blocks with full pressure, wouldn't that be leaky?
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post #8 of 9
For the pump I would use a single MCP35X. Don't worry about the chiller, there's no way it really actually needs that much flow. With a single MCP35X you wouldn't have to worry about leaks due to pressure either.

You'll be fine with a single, strong pump such as a MCP35X.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Devran;12473682 
thanks a lot, I might setup a build log as soon as I get all the parts.
one question, if I change the loop order and the water enters in to any of the water blocks with full pressure, wouldn't that be leaky?

A radiator is a structurally relatively weak device (especially the tiny thin-walled water tubes). Leakage is not an uncommon issue, even with regular water pressure if, say, the radiator is accidentally hit or it contains some weak welding spots due to manufacturing poor workmanship.

Compared to, say, a water block, a water block is just much stronger as it is thick, solid and without welding. The only possible leakage is when an O-ring seal fails.

So, I would rather have the pump going into a water block than have it going into the chiller, considering also that the German reviewers have already made such a recommendation based on their actual testing and experience.
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