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Watercooling parts in NZ are severely overpriced and scarce - getting them mainly from Linke Computer and maybe some UK/US based stores.

GST is a ***** too...
post #12 of 15
Thanks for the link , I'm looking for stores around my country
Shipping costs from the US / UK based store are too high
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Originally Posted by Octane;13006595 
noooo pump

that pump is the weak point, im pretty sure the cpu block is 1/2" barbs? to me, and i see this alot, its like a serious setup, with a very light pump,

get this pump instead http://www.swiftnets.com/products/mcp655.asp , and as far as rads go, your better off with say a 3x120mm rad, and if your trying to run 2 rad's that = 4x 120mm fans, thats going to create some resistance, and i am really sure that that pump you currently chose, will not be enough, so yea, dont skimp on the pump, if you do you will be wishing you got a bigger one,

also like i said the dual rad's and stuff like that, creates resistance, and that will create a higher psi in your system, and your going to need a pump that can actually handle that, although i am unsure of what your system for resistance may be, but that 655 will pump considerably better then that 35x or w/e its called

Canadians...Lol, only this Canadian.

First off, the 655 is weaker than the 35x. get your facts straight.

2nd, radiators should add very little resistance, unless, it's the gtx radiator line, and even then, it wouldnt be a considerable amount.

to OP, drop the apogee XT and grab the RASA block from XSPC.
    
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post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by SwingSwing View Post
Thanks for the link , I'm looking for stores around my country
Shipping costs from the US / UK based store are too high
Yeah no probs, I've ordered lots of bits and pieces from them. Alot of their prices are cheap and shipping times and costs are very good.

If I do buy a Rasa CPU block, I might be better off buying one of their kits then instead of having to bother with multiple items but I will have to factor in the costs.
post #15 of 15
yesh, kit may be a better choice, but fitting radiators inside your case may be a hassle.

i was thinking 2 rx360's would do fine or even 1 rx360.

but are u planning all internal loop or dont mind going external?
    
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