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655b pump 66.95
xspc res/pump combo 55.95
tubing10ft 4.90
5870 gpu blocks 75.00x2150.00
ek supreme hf cpu block 89.95
Scythe 120x25mm SlipStream SY1225SL12SH - 110 CFM x4 31.80
Akasa Four Channel Fan Control Pro - AK-FC-03 39.95
EK Waterblocks EK-CoolStream RAD-XT 480 91.95
Silver Shining Fitting for 1/2in. Tubing #BP-WTP-C01 x14 31.50
pk nuke 3.25
Silver KillCoils by iandh 5.99
Herbie Clip® Nylon Hose Clamp Size F - Black x20 4.00
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576.19
almost forgot - liquid metal ultra TIM 10.95
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587.14

thats all from www.sidewindercomputers.com
its a good workable loop I have almost that exact loop in my machine
up 150.00 of it is for 2 video card blocks

video cards is alot of your expense loose the video cards and you loose the 150.00 for the 2 video water blocks and you get a 50.00 360 rad instead of a 100.00 480mm rad
Edited by Satogd - 3/5/11 at 8:43pm
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post #12 of 61
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
I think I could of put you together a really nice workable look for alot less

but you have some things in there like cold cathodes that I dont mess with
i'm about performance not bling

and having some experience with wc'ing helps also
The cathodes were $5.
I do have experience with watercooling - see sig rig
I like performance and bling

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Originally Posted by VW_TDI_02 View Post
Here is one suggestion for your build. I would swap out the MCP655 for the MCP355. This is not from a cost perspective but the MCP355 has better head pressure which is what you want when you have a high restriction loop such as yours.

I have to agree with the above post. There are a lot of places you can save $$ on. Here are a few examples.
Rasa instead of the kryos. Save $30 and gain performance.
Why the 200mm and 140mm fans??
Swap out the Gentle Typhoons for some Petras Yates (great radiator fans).
You don't need 15 feet of tubing. 6-8 feet is more then enough.
fitting t-cube $8.99
blue led stop fitting $4.99
fill/drain plug $6.99
All not needed
I have a similar loop in my current pc. 3 rads, cpu, motherboard, 2x gpu, and the flow is fine with the 655.
I saw the rasa kit. I dont trust the pump/res combo.
The single 140mm fan is for the case exhaust
200mm fan? where? 2000 rpm fans
I know I bought extra tubing but better too much than not enough.
I'm keeping the gt's best price I could find $14 (i need 4)


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Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
655b pump 66.95 Check
xspc res/pump combo 55.95 no, but thanks
tubing10ft 4.90 super cheap tubing=kinks?
5870 gpu blocks 75.00x2150.00 check
ek supreme hf cpu block 89.95 I like the one I picked same $$
Scythe 120x25mm SlipStream SY1225SL12SH - 110 CFM x4 31.80 I got the Gentle typhoons for less
Akasa Four Channel Fan Control Pro - AK-FC-03 39.95 I got the 6 channel 30 watt same $$
EK Waterblocks EK-CoolStream RAD-XT 480 91.95 thought about the 480 rad but more modding and a rad grill nessesary
Silver Shining Fitting for 1/2in. Tubing #BP-WTP-C01 x14 31.50 check +1 for drain line I went with the true silver ones so I can skip the kill coil and pt nuke. also got some 45 degree rotaries to make things cleaner/easier
pk nuke 3.25 no need
Silver KillCoils by iandh 5.99 no need
Herbie Clip® Nylon Hose Clamp Size F - Black x20 4.00 no need and ugly
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576.19
almost forgot - liquid metal ultra TIM 10.95 i have plenty if tim already
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587.14

thats all from www.sidewindercomputers.com
its a good workable loop I have almost that exact loop in my machine
up 150.00 of it is for 2 video card blocks

video cards is alot of your expense loose the video cards and you loose the 150.00 for the 2 video water blocks and you get a 50.00 360 rad instead of a 100.00 480mm rad
I also have two 240mm sxpc rads and 3 additional fans

Thank you for the suggestions man +rep
Edited by bob808 - 3/5/11 at 9:34pm
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I don't recommend the XSPC Kit either. I said the XSPC Rasa CPU block. it performs within 1C of the the EK HF Supreme (Best block out) and only runs around $50. And sorry about the 200mm fan. I was referring to the Sharkoon Silent eagle 2000 which i misread. From what I've read about those fans they move a good bit of air but are way loud.
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post #14 of 61
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I don't recommend the XSPC Kit either. I said the XSPC Rasa CPU block. it performs within 1C of the the EK HF Supreme (Best block out) and only runs around $50. And sorry about the 200mm fan. I was referring to the Sharkoon Silent eagle 2000 which i misread. From what I've read about those fans they move a good bit of air but are way loud.
I agree. The rasa block is the best bang for the buck waterblock without a doubt. I just really fell in love with the overall look and quality of the Cuplex Kryos. Look at this sexy *****- plus it matches the gpu blocks I'm not sure how it compares with the rasa performance-wise, but it's gotta be pretty damn good (good enough for an AMD chip anyways )



I would have gotten the 1000 rpm version of the silent eagles but I'm hooking them up to a fan controller so I'm guessing they will be running about 1200 rpm when all is said and done. The 2000 and 1000 were the exact same price. I wanted white fans for the top rad and the 140mm exhaust as these will be seen (after I do my side door mod) thats also why I went with the white primoflex tubing (back in stock at jab-tech if anyone cares)

I spend alot of time researching/price shopping and if any of you need any of the same components that I bought, the sources are listed in my second post. If anyone knows where to get these items for cheaper, please let me know as I will definately look at that site next time
Edited by bob808 - 3/5/11 at 10:10pm
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post #15 of 61
I'm at $925, including shipping, and I didn't even get nice fittings, lol.

Reservoir: Koolance RP-402x2
Pumps: (2) Swiftech MCP35x
Radiator1: Swiftech MCR220-QP
Radiator2: Phobya Xtreme200
CPU block: EK Supreme HF full nickle
GPU block: Aquacomputer Aquagraphix 470
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Tubing: Tygon 1/2id x 3/4od clear
Fans: 5x Akasa Viper PWM, 2x Akasa Apache Black PWM
TIM: Arctic Silver 5 High-Density Polysynthetic Silver
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Well here is my best recommendation. All the parts are from Performance-pcs.com for time sake.

MCP355 $69.95
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=20655
XSPC Res Top $34.95
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23357
XSPC Rasa $49.95
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30264
Yate Loon High Speed: $3.95 x7
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22034

From your build:
rx240 $65 x2
rs360 $85
aquagratix 5870 blocks x2 $150

That would be the general build. You're looking at around $600-$700
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Mine ran 548.73 with shipping that EK sale saved me a good chunk of cash. That is a cpu/gpu build.
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I'm at $925, including shipping, and I didn't even get nice fittings, lol.

Reservoir: Koolance RP-402x2
Pumps: (2) Swiftech MCP35x
Radiator1: Swiftech MCR220-QP
Radiator2: Phobya Xtreme200
CPU block: EK Supreme HF full nickle
GPU block: Aquacomputer Aquagraphix 470
Ram Block: EK-RPM-DOM-ACNC (I know it is not needed, but i like how it looks!)
Fittings: Koolance 1/2" barbs
Tubing: Tygon 1/2id x 3/4od clear
Fans: 5x Akasa Viper PWM, 2x Akasa Apache Black PWM
TIM: Arctic Silver 5 High-Density Polysynthetic Silver
MSC: Silver kill coil, 3x Akasa PWM splitter cables, worm drive hose clamps, 4x 5mm white LED
I hear ya- this stuff adds up quickly, especially fittings.
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From your build:
rx240 $65 x2
rs360 $85
aquagratix 5870 blocks x2 $150

That would be the general build. You're looking at around $600-$700
I had to check my reciept after reading this. I thought I ordered the rs360 instead of the rx 360 *whew* I did notice that I mistakingly ordered a L-block instead of a T-block (for the drain line) and have opened a ticket with jab-tech and asked them to switch out the part (they cost the same amount) so hopefully they will look at the ticket before they ship the order *crossing fingers*
Edited by bob808 - 3/5/11 at 11:59pm
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What kind of fittings did you get for Kryos XT, I hope you noticed that ports on it are very close to each other.
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this makes me sad, i dont want to count how much i spent on my watercooling
    
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