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post #11 of 15
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I have 1 360 gtx cooling 2 gtx480s in sli overclocked to 900mhz and x6 1090t at 4ghz. My max temp on sli is 39c under full load and 25c on processor. Using 2000 rpm fans with a fan controller to make it silent when not gaming. 1 Gtx 360 is plenty. Can't say that for other rads. Look at the radiator comparison on skinnee labs website. Nothing can compete with the gtx at above 1800rpms

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thanks .. ill have to eye out the GTX's then, ill just have to grab some high rpm fans ..

edit: cant seem to find some gentle typhoons on performance .. but i did find these yates:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22034

would you think these are good enough or what would you recommend on a GTX360?
Edited by Kepi - 3/25/11 at 11:01am
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post #12 of 15
Those fans should be great. Id install a fan controller for them though. Just a simple knob will do. I have 2 knobs with 3 fans going to each. I keep my fans silent when not gaming. Everythin still stays cold. Here is the article that shows how each major rad compares at each fan rpm range:

http://skinneelabs.com/triple-radiator-comparison-v2/4/

I used compression on everything except the pump. Bought 4 bitspower 90 degree rotary and 4 45 degree rotaries. Here is what my rig looks like:










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post #13 of 15
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what size tubing is that?

woot order placed:


Edited by Kepi - 3/25/11 at 12:22pm
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post #14 of 15
1/2 Feser UV blue. Tried the same with primochill tubing but it wasn't flexible enough. It was very hard to fit over fittings. Need a hair dryer to heat it up or something. It also looked more purple than blue.

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post #15 of 15
Looks like some good parts! You will be happy with it. My order goes res-pump-rad-sli lower to upper-cpu-back to res. Also with that 360 gtx rad, make sure you use the right water port as your inlet and left port as your outlet. That's with the orientation with the ports at the bottom. The way the rad is designed, the right port brings the water to the back of the rad and has the cooled water move to the front of the rad. I read a test that had a 2 degree celcius drop in that config. They said it is designed that way but does not have water flow indications on the rad. Hope that helps

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